gas supply

Gazprom, MVM CEEnergy Sign Deal to Supply Hungary with Russian Natural Gas

Gazprom Export and MVM CEEnergy have signed two long-term contracts in Budapest that will supply Hungary with Russian natural gas, a press release published by Gazprom announced.

Norway Gas Exports to Europe Rise Despite Oil Strikes

Norwegian gas supplies rose to Europe in the midst of a workers’ strike that has seen oil production decrease by 8%.

Russia Gas Flows into Europe decreased by 20% in June YoY

S&P Golbal Platts data showed that Russian gas flows to Europe was steady in June at 11.1 billion cubic meters (bcm), to be declined 20% year on year (YoY).

Raven Gas Field to Produce Up To 900 mcf/d

The petroleum sector initiates the production in Raven Gas Field in North Alexandria concession next September, with an estimated maximum gas production capacity between 850 and 900 million cubic feet per day (cf/d).

Electricity Grid Holds Up To 30,400 MW

The electricity generation capacity across Egypt is currently stable with no power-cuts as power plants are constantly supplied with sufficient amount of natural gas and mazut.

Algeria Pens Gas Supply Deals with Spain, Italy

Algerian state-owned firm Sonatrach has signed gas supply deals with Spain and Italy’s Eni.

TAQA Petroleum to Supply Gas to EBSC

Taqa Petroleum Company agreed to provide 1300 cm/d of gas to the Egyptian Black Sand Company (EBSC) black sand separation plant located in Kafr Al-Sheikh.

Town Gas Company Provided Gas to 3.2m Customers

Town Gas has provided gas to 3.2m customers, out of 7.7m, all over the country.

South Africa Signs Clean Electricity MoU

South Africa's Egoli Gas Ltd has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the US energy solutions company dedicated to delivering clean electricity, Dominovas Energy Corporation, to ensure the delivery of a steady and reliable supply of natural gas for production of over 430,000kWh of clean, fuel cell generated electricity in the country each year.

Tamar, UFG Negotiating Gas Pipeline

Israeli Tamar Partnership and the Spanish energy company Union Fenosa Gas (UFG) are holding talks on a possible pipeline gas supply deal reviving the 2014 memorandum of understanding that has since been halted over the Israeli domestic disputes regarding energy market regulatory issues.

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