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Groningen Gas Production Falling Faster Than Planned

Feb 08, 2019

Gas production at the Groningen field in the north of the Netherlands is falling faster than planned, the Dutch government said on Friday.Output at the field will fall to 15.9 billion cubic metres (bcm) in the year ending October 2020, the government said…

Uniper: EU Decision on Nord Stream 2 Won't Affect Construction

Feb 07, 2019

Uniper said on Thursday it will stick to its contractual obligations concerning Russian gas export pipeline Nord Stream 2, adding that the outcome of an upcoming EU meeting would not affect the construction of the pipeline.'I firmly assume that the Nord Stream 2 project will be realised'…

Neptune Energy, DEA Bid for Edison's O&G Assets

Jan 25, 2019

Private-equity backed Neptune Energy and Germany's DEA are bidding for the oil and gas assets in Egypt, Italy and elsewhere being sold by EDF's Italian unit Edison, industry sources said on Friday.The offers are non-binding at this stage, one of the sources said…

ExxonMobil Inks Preliminary Wilhelmshaven FSRU Deal

Jan 25, 2019

German utility Uniper on Friday said ExxonMobil had signed a preliminary deal to take a substantial share of the regasification capacity at a liquefied natural gas (LNG) floating terminal planned for Wilhelmshaven.'The heads of agreement (a…

EnBW Open to Partnerships in U.S. Offshore Wind Expansion

Jan 23, 2019

German utility EnBW could seek more partners in its planned push into the burgeoning U.S. offshore wind sector, its chief executive said.EnBW has already formed a joint venture with project developer Trident Winds to cater the U.S. west coast but is so far working alone on the booming east coast…

Innogy Likely to Sell Stake in Sofia Wind Project

Jan 23, 2019

Germany's Innogy is likely to sell a stake in its Sofia offshore wind project in Britain, once a subsidy is secured, the company's chief operating officer for renewables said.Innogy plans to enter the 1,200 megawatt Sofia project into Britain's next offshore wind subsidy auction in May…

Schottel Merges Tidal Units to Sustainable Marine Energy

Jan 20, 2019

Schottel, the manufacturer of propulsion and steering systems for ships and offshore applications, has made a strategic decision to merge its tidal energy businesses into Sustainable Marine Energy (SME), including UK subsidiary TidalStream Ltd…

Siemens Gamesa Launches First 10MW Offshore Turbine

Jan 17, 2019

Spanish offshore industry player Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has unveiled a giant new 10+ MW wind turbine it claims will boost yields by 30 per cent, paving the way for a new generation of super-charged offshore wind farms.The turbine maker said in a press release that the new SG 10…

Norway 2019 Oil Output Forecast Cut to 30-year Low

Jan 10, 2019

Norway's oil output in 2019 will be smaller than previously forecast and its lowest level in three decades, although it should rebound in the following years, the country's oil industry regulator said on Thursday.Investment in Western Europe's…

German North Sea Wind Capacity Up 12.7%

Jan 10, 2019

Offshore wind power operators in the German North Sea raised generation capacity by 12.7 percent to 6,232 megawatts (MW) last year, nearing a government target of 6,500 MW national offshore capacity by 2020, grid company TenneT GmbH said on Thursday…

Deutsche Bucht Completes Offshore Wind Foundations

Jan 09, 2019

Northland Deutsche Bucht has completed the installation of all 31 foundations for its offshore wind farm project in the North Sea.The  Canadian power producer of Northland Power's third offshore wind farm which is  about 95 kilometres to the…

Bunker One Expands to Germany

Jan 07, 2019

Denmark-based marine fuel supplier Bunker One has announced the establishment of a new physical bunker entity, serving the German market.Bunker Holding subsidiary said that the business activities of the new entity Bunker One (Germany) GmbH…

Renewables Take Over as Germany's Main Energy Source

Jan 03, 2019

Renewables overtook coal as Germany's main source of energy for the first time last year, accounting for just over 40 percent of electricity production, research showed on Thursday.The shift marks progress as Europe's biggest economy aims for…

Oil Rises to $51 After Steep Slide

Dec 26, 2018

Oil rose to $51 a barrel on Wednesday on perceptions that a price slide to 2017 lows prompted by economic worries had been overdone amid an OPEC-led effort to tighten supply.Crude has been caught up in wider financial market weakness as the U…

FSRU Suppliers Shift from Emerging Markets, Cut Back New Orders

Dec 21, 2018

Political instability and low credit ratings in emerging economies are putting some shipowners off ordering new floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs), as they shift focus to more mature gas markets.Liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand from emerging markets in Asia…

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