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South East Europe: Greece the Gateway for the EU Gas Supply

By virtue of its geographical location, the strategy of Greece in the natural gas sector is to contribute to the development of a competitive, liquid market in South East Europe and to maintain the momentum on energy security as well as the need for further diversification of sources and routes. For...

A Changing European Gas Market is Discussed in Greece

The Athens Energy Forum 2014 was characterized by an abundance of information and discussions on the rapid changes relating to the European natural gas sector, amidst political antagonisms, corporate projects and the effects of the global economy. The Trans- Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) was amongst the main...

Bulgaria Braces for Larger Role Amidst Ukraine Crisis

The crisis in Ukraine has set numerous countries across Europe in motion, albeit in different directions, as national priorities seem to be shaping the Union’s political agenda, with a particular emphasis on energy security. Bulgaria for example has a lot at stake and is eager to...

TAP Announces Second Phase of Market Test for Expansion

Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG announced the second phase of the market test to expand the capacity of its project, requesting interested parties to register before 7 March 2014. TAP, the pipeline connecting Azerbaijan to Italy, will start the Booking Phase to expand capacity on 17 March. In that...

Towards a Single, Competitive Gas Market

Is a single, competitive European gas market achievable? The answer could only be “yes,” even if the target was far off in the distance, according to Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Director B, DG Energy – European Commission, who enumerated the numerous challenges that prospect was up against...

Natural Gas Market Developments and Marketing in Europe: Ramifications for the Shah Deniz Consortium

On December 17th of last year, the Shah Deniz consortium announced a final investment decision to sanction development of second phase of the Shah Deniz project, one of the world's largest gas-condensate fields. The FID was a significant breakthrough towards the materialization of the Caspian-gas-to-Europe...

Southern Corridor: TANAP as the Foundation

Speaking about the Trans Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) gas pipeline project and Azerbaijan's energy policy in that context at the Frankfurt Gas Forum, Vladimir Socor, Senior Fellow, Eurasia Program, The Jamestown Foundation, described the tensions that often arose between commercial and strategic policy...

East Med Gas: What About the Markets?

Building stuff is the easy part.  What about the markets? asked Alexandros Lagakos, Senior Gas Analyst, Shell Energy Europe, Shell S.A., UK, in a session at the Frankfurt Gas Forum dedicated to future prospects for Caspian and Eastern Mediterranean gas exports to the EU.   He commented:...

TAP and Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria Sign MoU on Technical Cooperation

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) and Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (ICGB) signed a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation (MOUC) to establish technical cooperation in order to further develop strategic infrastructure in the region.   ICGB is a joint company between Bulgarian...

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