Europe & Eurasia
Russian gas pivots east
26 November 2019
The newly completed Power of Siberia pipeline may boost Moscow's options, but it is hardly a geopolitical big win
Investors warn complacent gas industry
11 November 2019
Firms need to step up climate change efforts in new ESG environment
Commission sees ongoing role for gas
7 November 2019
The European Commission expects gas to be in the long-term energy mix, albeit in different ways to today
Russian gas to replace LNG glut: Wood Mac
6 November 2019
Declining European indigenous gas production to be substituted by more Russian imports as LNG market tightens
UK shale suffers potentially fatal blow
5 November 2019
Explorers say they will work with the government to try to revive the nascent shale gas industry, but a new fracking moratorium makes it look like an uphill struggle
Princely aims for the Caspian
1 November 2019
Yashar Latifov, vice president for field development at Azerbaijan’s Socar, outlines the firm’s ambitious upstream development plans
Turkey turns up the Cypriot heat
8 October 2019
Cyprus hopes international pressure will stop Turkish drilling in the country's offshore
Zennor sets sights on CNS upside
26 September 2019
Private equity backing ensures CNS player has a war chest for future acquisitions
Norway's gas flows take a dive
24 September 2019
Europe’s congested gas market sees Norwegian sales drop to an almost three-year low
North Sea asset sales healthy for now
22 September 2019
A post-2014 shake up has revitalised the basin, but challenges remain for private equity investors looking to exit, says RBC
Novatek backs LNG in low carbon future
16 September 2019
Following FID on Arctic LNG 2, the low-cost Russian producers sees itself well placed to benefit from the energy transition
Serica thirsty for more
10 September 2019
The UK independent is in no mood for giving up on acquisitions after a major deal last year
Escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine
30 July 2019
Russian supplies to Europe via Ukraine may be heading for an interruption next year
Germany belatedly joins Europe's war on coal
29 July 2019
Europe’s largest coal consumer illustrates a pathway for the remaining hold-outs
Novatek closes in on Arctic LNG 2
23 July 2019
FID on Novatek’s second Arctic LNG production project, expected in Q3 2019, appears to be a formality
Tax overhaul heaps pressure on Russian refiners
19 July 2019
More expensive feedstock threatens independent operators
Lukoil makes inroads offshore
12 July 2019
Russian-Kazakh waters in the Caspian Sea are central to the company’s plans
Russian minnow embarks on Arctic megaproject
12 July 2019
A Rosneft-linked independent is developing one of Russia’s biggest ever discoveries
Wind farms threaten to speed up North Sea decommissioning
11 July 2019
Oil and gas operators planning to prolong fields’ lifespan may find themselves increasingly in conflict with wind farm developers
Okea IPO hit by market turbulence
10 July 2019
Private equity-backed North Sea producer cuts price and reduces share volumes as it makes Oslo Bors debut
The East Med: Trouble in paradise
4 July 2019
Overlapping claims of sovereignty in the waters off Cyprus—and conflicting premises and perceptions—add a note of uncertainty to the island’s gas development ambitions
Energean acquires Edison E&P
4 July 2019
The deal expands Energean’s footprint in the Mediterranean, giving it assets in gas-rich Egypt and Algeria for the first time
Selva gas estimates on the rise
28 June 2019
Po Valley targets first production in 2020 from its recently awarded Italian concession
Valeura shifts to London
28 June 2019
The Turkish gas producer joins Toronto peers in an LSE listing
Interview: Cairn Energy targets transformative changes
28 June 2019
Simon Thomson, the chief executive of Cairn Energy, expects 2019 to be an eventful one for the London-listed exploration and production company
Cyprus offshore: Turkey turns up the heat
12 June 2019
The prospects for monetising natural gas discovered off Cyprus have risen, but so has the geopolitical temperature