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Robert Golob movement wins Slovenia elections green economy

Robert Golob’s movement wins Slovenia elections with green economy pledge

26 April 2022 - Robert Golob and his Freedom Movement based the economic program on decarbonization and digitalization with renewables and nuclear power as energy pillars

Balkan countries offshore platforms LNG replace Russian gas

Balkan countries count on offshore platforms, LNG to replace Russian gas

20 April 2022 - Southeastern European countries are cutting red tape for offshore gas, offering incentives and looking at LNG as an alternative to Russian gas

EU Fit for 55

Revised Fit for 55: Preliminary goals show more renewables, nuclear, coal – much less natural gas

06 April 2022 - The revision of the Fit for 55 energy package calls for more renewables, coal and nuclear in order to offset a great reduction in natural gas

Greece biggest combined share wind solar electricity SEE

Greece has biggest combined share of wind, solar in electricity generation in SEE

04 April 2022 - Greece is eighth in the world by the share of wind and solar in electricity generation and Croatia came in seventh in the bioenergy section

EU to allow Western Balkans to take part in joint gas purchases

EU to allow Western Balkans to take part in joint gas purchases

29 March 2022 - Western Balkan countries will be able to join the European Union's platform for voluntary joint purchasing of gas and hydrogen.

Bulgaria and Greece to intensify cooperation in the energy sector

Bulgaria and Greece intensify cooperation in the energy sector

25 March 2022 - Bulgarian-Greek cooperation continues with the completion of the IGB gas pipeline for Azerbaijani gas and LNG from the terminal in Alexandroupolis

US additional 15 billion cubic meters gas EU this year LNG

US to secure additional 15 billion cubic meters of gas for EU this year with LNG

25 March 2022 - The US said it would strive to ensure, with international partners, added LNG volumes for the EU of at least 15 billion cubic meters in 2022

Biden promise more LNG EU US lacks spare capacity

Biden may promise more LNG to EU but US lacks spare capacity

24 March 2022 - The US president is expected to commit to extra volumes of LNG for Europe even though the global market is tied up in long-term contracts

EU’s push for Persian Gulf LNG set to worsen energy price inflation

EU’s push for Persian Gulf LNG set to worsen energy price inflation

22 March 2022 - The EU wants to replace Russian gas fast, adding upward pressure on prices. Germany is in talks with Qatar for LNG, but so are Asian countries.

EU plan cut demand Russian gas two thirds 2022

EU rolls out plan to cut demand for Russian gas by two thirds in 2022

08 March 2022 - The European Commission outlined a plan to make Europe independent from Russian fossil fuels well before 2030, starting with gas

Timmermans EU countries delay coal phaseout avoid Russian gas

Timmermans: EU countries can delay coal phaseout to avoid Russian gas

07 March 2022 - A delayed coal phaseout in some countries is possible, but green energy deployment must be accelerated, The European Commission's Frans Timmermans says

EU accelerating push to reduce dependence on Russian gas

EU accelerating push to reduce dependence on Russian gas

04 March 2022 - Experts say urgent measures can slash the need for gas in the EU as the European Commission is pushing for a reduction in reliance on Russian gas

Romania extend energy price cap March 2023 bank loan moratorium

Romania to extend energy price cap until March 2023, proposes bank loan moratorium

02 March 2022 - The government in Bucharest earmarked EUR 2.9 billion for mitigating the impact of electricity and gas price surge on citizens, institutions and firms

Energy firms sue four EU countries disrupting fossil fuel

Energy firms sue four EU countries for disrupting their fossil fuel projects

23 February 2022 - Five energy companies including RWE seek almost EUR 3.7 billion in damages from the Netherlands, Italy, Poland and Slovenia

OCI Norway is pursuing an aggressive policy of expanding its oil and gas industries

OCI: Norway is pursuing an aggressive policy of expanding its oil and gas industries

11 February 2022 - According to Oil Change International (OCI), Norway is pursuing an oil and gas expansion policy and it has awarded 700 exploration permits in the past ten years, while the UK announced it would start exploitation at six fields in the North Sea this year

No oil gas first offshore test hole Montenegro drilling ahead

No oil, gas in first offshore test hole in Montenegro but more drilling ahead

04 February 2022 - Eni and Novatek found no oil or gas after test drilling in the Adriatic Sea offshore Montenegro, so environmentalists are relieved – for now

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