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    Gas News - June 27

    There are 23 news articles for this date.


    LS Power to Acquire Rolling Hills Gas Fired Power Plant in US, from ArcLight Capital Partners
    Deal In Brief LS Power, a development, investment, and operating company focused on power generation, electric transmission and energy infrastructure, has agreed to acquire the Rolling Hills natural gas-fired power plant located in Wilkesville, Ohio, US, from ArcLight Capital Partners,
    Marketline - Deals
    Freeport LNG gives details on incident at Quintana Island liquefaction plant.
    Freeport LNG provided an update on an 8 Jun 2022 incident that occurred at its liquefaction facility on Quintana Island, TX, US, which resulted in the release of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and subsequent fire. The incident occurred in pipe
    PetroChemical News
    KSOE and HHI secure DNV approval for new LNG fuel supply system
    Norwegian classification society DNV has awarded approval in principle (AiP) to Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering (KSOE) and its subsidiary Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) for their new waste heat-derived liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel supply system. The new system, dubbed
    Entergy Mississippi customers will receive lower energy bills resulting from MPSC settlement
    A $300-million settlement ends Mississippi's part in lengthy, multi-state FERC rate dispute JACKSON, Miss. - Entergy Mississippi customers will receive credits on their energy bill as early as this summer and future bill reductions over the next several years as
    M2 PressWIRE
    Fuel demand in Texas nears pre-pandemic levels despite rising prices
    Even as gasoline prices reach record highs in Texas and across the country, data shows that demand for the fuel is rising quickly to meet pre-pandemic levels. Economists don’t see the price of fuel dropping anytime soon, with demand rising
    Aria Jones, Hojun Choi, The Dallas Morning News


    Germany plans to convert Nord Stream II into LNG terminal
    The pipelines running from the mainland to the sea could be connected to the mobile LNG terminal. The German Ministry of Economics is considering converting part of the controversial Nord Stream II pipeline into a connection for a liquefied natural
    Staff Oil & Gas Magazine
    Germany eyes nationalizing section of Nord Stream 2
    The German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection is studying plans to nationalize the German section of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and connect it to a floating terminal for receiving liquefied natural gas, Spiegel reported on Friday, citing
    Thai News Service
    Conservationists Seek Halt of Major Australian Gas Project
    Conservationists are launching a federal court challenge against a major gas project off Western Australia's coast. Campaigners insist the plan would be, in their words, a really, really big carbon bomb, although the company involved says it has passed rigorous
    Thai News Service
    How can Germany realistically replace gas?
    Without Russian natural gas, Germany will be facing an energy crisis. Coal, nuclear, fracking or renewable energy — what are the most realistic and climate-friendly options? https://www.dw.com-The end of Russian gas supply to Germany could be in sight As Germany
    Gas crisis in Germany, 2nd of 3-phase emergency supply plan activated
    June 24 -- Germany yesterday announced activating the second phase of its three-stage emergency plan for natural gas supplies following cuts Russia recently made to natural gas flows and a surge in energy prices induced by the war in Ukraine.
    Indian Retail News
    Natural gas supplies for voestalpine in Austria secured for the immediate term
    Voestalpine in Austria is not affected by the current throttling of gas supplies from Russia via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline in the Baltic Sea. "A stop in gas deliveries through Russia, or conversely an EU gas embargo, would hugely
    Contify Energy News
    Gas Power's Role In Argentina's Power Mix Will Remain Strong Despite Renewables Growth
    THIS COMMENTARY IS PUBLISHED BY FITCH SOLUTIONS COUNTRY RISK & INDUSTRY RESEARCH and is NOT a comment on Fitch Ratings' Credit Ratings. Any comments or data are solely derived from Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research and independent sources.
    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
    CSIS: Politics of Lebanon's Gas Deal With Egypt and Syria
    WASHINGTON, June 24 (TNStalk) -- The Center for Strategic and International Studies issued the following Q&A with Will Todman, fellow of the Middle East Program: On June 21, 2022, officials from Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt signed a deal for Lebanon
    Targeted News Service
    Europe Gas Prices Rise 60% in Two Weeks as Russia Reduces Supply
    TEHRAN (FNA)- The price of natural gas per megawatt-hour in Europe increased 60% over the last two weeks, with global gas supply decreasing due to technical issues. The price of natural gas per megawatt-hour for July contracts in Europe, trading
    FARS News Agency
    Oil Majors' Green Transition Spurring Growth In Renewables
    THIS COMMENTARY IS PUBLISHED BY FITCH SOLUTIONS COUNTRY RISK & INDUSTRY RESEARCH and is NOT a comment on Fitch Ratings' Credit Ratings. Any comments or data are solely derived from Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research and independent sources.
    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
    Southern Gas Corridor project opens new opportunities for Caspian Sea region
    By Trend Southern Gas Corridor (SGC) project opens up new opportunities for the Caspian Sea region, Senior Consultant at the Center of Analysis of International Relations (AIR Center) Shahmar Hajiyev said, Trend reports. He made the remark at a conference
    Sri Lanka electricity firm seeks 835% price rise
    Sri Lanka's heavily loss-making state-run electricity monopoly asked for a shocking price rise of over 800 percent for its poorest customers with the bankrupt nation out of fuel, regulators said Monday. The South Asian nation has been hammered by a
    AFP World News
    Cost of living: How can the UK government help reduce energy bills?
    UK electricity and gas prices have soared this spring after regulator Ofgem revised its energy price cap. The cap, which sets the maximum amount a utility company can charge an average customer in the UK per year, increased dramatically by
    Ben Chapman and Joe Sommerlad
    America doesn’t yet have replacement for fossil fuels
    It's far from a surprise to anyone that President Biden is getting ripped by Americans for his existing war on fossil fuels. It's beyond me, but I'm at a loss: Why didn't anyone think about having a reliable replacement/replacements available
    Staff Writer
    Germany triggers gas alarm stage, accuses Russia of 'economic attack'
    Germany activated the "alarm stage", its emergency gas plan, on Thursday (23 June) to respond to falling Russian supplies. However, it did not allow utilities to pass on rising energy costs to customers in Europe’s largest economy. This latest development
    EU Reporter
    Sri Lanka sends 2 ministers to Russia for oil amid crisis
    COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka is sending two government ministers to Russia to negotiate for fuel — one of the necessities nearly exhausted amid the Indian Ocean island nation's economic collapse. The development comes as Washington and its
    By BHARATHA MALLAWARACHI, Associated Press
    Biden, von der Leyen address environmental concerns with LNG deal
    Elmau, Germany — US President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have addressed environmental concerns with an agreement by the US to provide liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe to help it wean itself off Russian
    Energean CEO Mathios Rigas sells 2.8% stake
    Jun. 26—Oil and gas exploration company Energean (LSE: ENOG; TASE: ENOG), which holds the Tanin and Karish gas reservoirs in Israel and has a market cap of NIS 9 billion, reports that its CEO Mathios Rigas has sold part of
    Globes, Tel Aviv, Israel

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