The gas pipelines linking Norway with Europe’s biggest gas market in Germany, will soon be joined by a 1.4 GW power line funded by the European Investment Bank (EIB) to the tune of €350 million (£298m).
Reliance Power has signed a deal with Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) for the first phase of a 750 MW, LNG-fuelled power project at Meghnaghat, near Dhaka in Bangladesh.
Activists have staged an animal-themed invasion of a public relations firm to protest against fracking in the UK.
Algeria's energy minister will seek more investment from European Union states and discuss the renewal of long-term gas supply contracts with EU members during talks this week in Brussels, according to the ministry.
Japan says it has begun preparations for a second production test to extract methane gas from methane hydrate deposits off the central coast of Japan.
U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2016 totalled 5,170 million metric tons (MMmt), 1.7% below their 2015 levels, after dropping 2.7% between 2014 and 2015, according to the Energy Information Agency (EIA).
Only 5.5% of households switched to new electricity suppliers after Japan’s retail power market was liberalized in April 2016, industry data shows, leaving the big utilities relatively unscathed.
Larsen & Toubro commissioned two gas turbines at separate power plants in Bangladesh at the end of March.
Poland's desire to cut gas imports from Russia has led to an "understanding" with the United States to work toward a deal to export LNG to its new Baltic Sea terminal, according to Reuters, quoting the country's deputy prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki.
Europe’s energy firms have pledged not to invest in any more coal fired power stations from 2020, which would effectively leave gas as the only fossil fuel option for power generation across the continent.
Following a recent visit, Angola’s energy minister, João Baptista Borges said that the first units of the country’s 750 MW Soyo CCGT would start on schedule this year. He said the power would serve the six municipalities of Angola’s Zaire province, as well as interconnecting with the national electricity system - replacing diesel generators and helping balance hydro power flows.