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    Gas News - May 16


    There are 11 news articles for this date.

    International


    What are "energy islands", Denmark's revolutionary project to produce electricity for Europe and not depend on Russian gas?
    In the icy waters of the North Sea, Denmark is looking for an alternative to warm up in its harsh winters. And also to end its dependence on Russian gas. The government of the Scandinavian country announced last week that
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Taqa’s Q1 net income up 37% to Dh2b
    Jasim Husain Thabet. Taqa, one of the largest listed integrated utilities in the region, saw its group revenues rise 20 per cent to Dh12.4 billion compared to the prior-year period, primarily due to higher commodity prices within the oil &
    Issac John
     
    The Government approves the gas price cap but will not apply it until final approval is obtained from Brussels
    The Government has approved this Friday in an extraordinary Council of Ministers the Royal Decree Law that includes the mechanism to intervene in the price of gas used in electricity generation and reduce the bill of millions of consumers. However,
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Russian pipeline sanctions raise fears of gas interruption
    BERLIN (AP) — Natural gas prices rose Friday after Russian state-owned exporter Gazprom said it would no longer send supplies to Europe via a pipeline in Poland, citing new sanctions that Moscow imposed on European energy companies. The move doesn't
    Associated Press
     
    The Government will approve today the limit on gas prices to lower electricity prices for 12 months.
    The Government will approve this Friday in an extraordinary Council of Ministers the limit on the reference price of gas to lower the electricity bill for the next 12 months. "We are going to hold an extraordinary Council of Ministers
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    BP Bids for Offshore Wind in the Netherlands: Tailored Bids Integrate Significant Flexible, Scalable Clean Energy Investments and Create a Step Change in Protecting and Enhancing North Sea Ecology
    LONDON, England, May 13 -- BP plc, an oil and gas company, issued the following news release: Bp today submitted bids for two offshore wind leases in the Netherlands that together have the potential for generating capacity of 1.4GW. The
    Targeted News Service
     
    The Iberian exception and the gas price cap
    Prologue. The national electricity system operator - Red Eléctrica de España - forecasts a given demand for each day. For example, tomorrow we will need 100 megawatt hours every hour of the day (this is just an example). An auction
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    4th hike in 5 months: Gujarat govt raises fuel surcharge to Rs 2.50 per unit
    Gujarat government raised fuel surcharges by 20 paise to Rs 2.50, applicable on every unit of electricity consumed, for the fourth time in the last five months. This hike will impact electricity bills of all categories of consumers with the
    Avinash Nair
     
    Middle East & Africa Power & Renewables Insight

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    Electricity prices to rise 12 percent this summer, say analysts
    May 13—Get out those T-shirts and shorts, summer electricity prices (and therefore air conditioning costs) are expected to rise 12 percent this summer, according to the state Public Service Commission. "Overall, the Statewide average residential full-service commodity rate is expected
    Rick Karlin, Times Union, Albany, N.Y.
     
    TVA increasing electric rates in Chattanooga due to soaring natural gas prices
    May 12—Chattanooga homeowners will have to spend more on electricity this summer as the weather warms up and the Tennessee Valley Authority contends with a surge in natural gas prices. TVA, which generates about 20% of its electricity using natural
    Dave Flessner, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.
     


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