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Italian interest for the Greek energy market

Italy’s former monopolies, which are now strong multinationals, are planning a strategic “offense” for controlling transmission and distribution grids in power and natural gas. After Snam’s entrance in DESFA with a 66% share and its…

2019 was a record year for natural gas and LNG

2019 was a revolutionary year for the natural gas market, since the balance shifted in this sector both concerning the source of the fuel and the market shares of the companies. According to the picture of the market shortly before the end…

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…

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…

Greece: LNG as a marine fuel

Greece is ready to enter the era of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel, since DEPA is conducting the tender to select an advisor, which will select the shipyard to build an LNG bunker vessel. During the first phase 23 companies…

Greece: DEPA sells stake in gas supplier to Eni

Greece’s biggest gas company DEPA said it sells its holding in a local gas supplier to Italy’s Eni for 57 million euros ($67 million). Under the agreement, state-controlled DEPA sells its 51 percent stake in Thessaloniki-Thessaly Gas.…

Natural gas mobility – Α new trend in driving

Natural gas can be used in every private and professional vehicles, since the market offers alternative solutions for every category of vehicle. Drivers and businesses have the chance to turn either to a manufactured natural gas vehicle…

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