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Natural gas as a bridge fuel in energy

HHRM’s chairman and CEO, Ioannis Bassias, spoke during IENE’s 24th annual conference “Energy and Development 2019”, where he talked about current and future concessions, the new landscape drawn by developments in the sector in SE Europe as…
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LNG’s future as a marine fuel

By Anastasios Chrysochoos and Alexandros Lagakos* LNG’s use in shipping is expected to gather interest from the sector in the next few years for reasons associated to the new fuel requirements as well as the need to reduce emissions. It…
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Is there a place for LNG in Europe?

By Anouk Honore – Oxford Institute for Energy Studies In 2018, the European market(s) represented almost 16 per cent of the global LNG market (GIIGNL 2019 Report). Volumes imported to the region vary greatly from one year to another. This…
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IEA draws gloomy oil demand for 2020

The International Energy Agency (IEA) cut its oil demand forecast yet again, citing the weakening global economy. In its latest Oil Market Report, the agency predicts that demand will grow by 1 million barrels per day (mb/d) in 2019 and…
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Are you ready for hydrogen energy?

As the world responds to climate change, energy systems are evolving, and fast. The past 10 years have seen the rise (and dramatic cost reduction) of renewables such as wind and solar, to the extent that they are no longer considered…
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Black Sea LNG: dreams vs reality

To date, the Black Sea has no LNG terminal. Romania and Ukraine each harbored plans to build the first LNG terminal in the Black Sea: Romania at Constanta (land based) and Ukraine at Odessa (FSRU). However, there has been little progress in…
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