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Greece chooses Norway’s PGS for offshore oil,gas tests

information from New Europe http://www.neweurope.eu is saying that on 5th September GR minister of the Environment, energy and Climate Change have selected Norway’s Petroleum Geo Services (PGS) to conduct preliminary research for potential offshore oil and gas deposits south of Crete and in the Ionian Sea. The other three bidders were: – TGS – Nopec Geophysica Co. ASA … Continue reading

Commission opens antitrust proceedings against Gazprom on 4th September

The European Commission has opened formal proceedings to investigate whether Gazprom, the Russian producer and supplier of natural gas, might be hindering competition in Central and Eastern European gas markets, in breach of EU antitrust rules. An opening of proceedings does not prejudge the outcome of the investigation; it only means that the Commission will … Continue reading

FR energy strategy to be discussed at a conference on 14-15th September

http://www.euractiv.fr/transition-energetique-europe-toile-fond-debats-francais-article From Euroactiv.fr Transition énergétique : l’Europe en toile de fond des débats français La grande conférence qui doit déterminer la stratégie française des années à venir sur l’environnement et l’énergie démarre les 14 et 15 septembre. EurActiv.fr publie toute la semaine des articles sur la transition énergétique.  

Key figures on Energy – Market Observatory for Energy

The Commission has pubished a very interesting document  with Key figures on Energy policy which is the work of the Market Obsservatory for Energy. Key interesting numbers are: – Oil, gas and coal account for more than 80% of world energy production – renewables are at 13% and nuclear at 6% – the EU produces 48% … Continue reading

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