Tagged With Netherlands
Gate LNG shatters records
10 September 2019
Global supply glut sees Dutch facility receive more cargoes than ever before
European LNG projects target supply security
27 August 2019
New import facilities progressing despite spare capacity in existing infrastructure
Petrogas banks on Dutch experience
19 August 2019
The Omani firm hopes to bring learnings from its Netherlands’ acquisition to bear on its entry into the UKCS
Netherlands turns to LNG
1 May 2019
The Dutch reign as a pivotal European gas supplier is officially over, as supply from the Groningen gas field declines
Big oil rises to Dutch geothermal challenge
12 March 2019
The quest for clean energy to fill the gap left by declining gas production could be tailor-made for oil firms
Boom times for marine LNG
23 May 2018
Environmental regulation, economics and rapidly evolving technology are encouraging the use of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel
UK gas security safe from Russian reprisals
29 March 2018
Russia is in a weak position to directly hinder UK gas supply in response to diplomatic disputes. Brexit creates more risk for future energy security
Offshore wind firms up the ante in Europe
8 March 2018
No longer a niche sector restricted to north-west Europe, offshore wind is likely to play a significant role in meeting the world's clean energy needs
Cashing in on green energy
7 February 2018
The explosion in renewables projects is transforming the energy investment landscape
North Sea under pressure
19 October 2017
The industry still thinks the mature province offers opportunities, but the good times may not have long to roll
Can the EU cope without Groningen?
7 January 2016
Output from the Netherlands’ giant gasfield, a stalwart of European gas supplies for decades, is falling sharply, increasing the continent’s need for imports
Dutch court orders cut to Groningen production
18 November 2015
Giant Dutch swing gas field output to be halved, creating room for more peak winter deliveries from outside the European Union
Netherlands lowers Groningen output further
16 July 2015
The government has cut production to curb damage to the region's buildings
Rotterdam oil storage takes a dive from flat consumption
8 December 2014
Independent oil storage operators in Rotterdam are facing adverse trends while Antwerp volumes are up
Kuwait's Rotterdam refinery for sale or shut-down
10 October 2014
Kuwait Petroleum International wants to cancel planned investment in the Netherlands
Earthquakes force cut in Netherlands' gas production
5 February 2014
The Netherlands' government has imposed a sharp cut in production from the country's largest gasfield, and has set aside a fund to compensate property-owners, after an increase in earthquake activity
Rotterdam operators business under pressure
18 December 2013
Independent storage operators at the Dutch port are facing a squeeze while Antwerp has seen growth in volumes
2012 Independent Storage Survey: ARA is better in Rotterdam
11 December 2012
The Rotterdam oil storage business has strengthened on the growth in long-distance trade
Creating competitive fiscal terms for oil and gas projects
18 May 2012
The structure of fiscal terms has a significant impact on the investor favourability of hydrocarbons projects
ARA oil-storage business takes a hit as conditions become difficult
7 December 2011
Although flows of oil through the big ARA ports have shown some growth, business conditions in independent storage have become more difficult
Mature Dutch play delivering attractive returns
16 August 2011
The Netherland’s small-fields policy makes operations in the mature North Sea play viable, says GDF Suez – the Dutch offshore still has significant upside
Bergermeer gas storage starts selling capacity in the Netherlands
13 May 2011
Abu Dhabi National Energy (Taqa) started selling long-term storage capacity at the Bergermeer gas storage facility, in the Netherlands, this week, a company executive told the Flame gas conference
North Sea focus shifts to Norway
6 April 2010
Testing times have led to reduced enthusiasm for oil and gas investments in UK waters, while Norway's upstream attractions shine brighter
ARA: hopes of a soft landing
5 January 2009
Economic troubles might trim the demand for oil storage, but terminal operators hope their growing logistical business will ease the pain
The oil price helps
1 April 2005
Once again, predictions of the demise of the North Sea oil and gas province have been proved wrong. The statistics for 2004 show a mostly mature, but busy area, with high oil prices supporting incremental developments at older fields and a number of new-field developments. Increasingly, projects are being led by the new breed of specialist operator, Martin Quinlan writes