This week, United States legislators chose to relinquish their country’s leadership role in the global oil, gas and mining transparency movement by undoing a landmark anti-corruption rule.
World Bank and the the government of Azerbaijan January 16 signed a $400mn loan agreement funding the TransAnatolian gas pipeline (Tanap) that will deliver Caspian gas to Turkey and Europe.
On 12 January 2017, the Secretariat sent an Opening Letter to Serbia in Case ECS-18/16.
- Donald Trump removes anti-corruption rules for oil and gas companies
- Five EU Member State regulators confirm application of Third Package network codes on borders to Energy Community Contracting Parties
- Energy Union is about re-inventing our economy
- EIA: Turkey – increasingly crucial transit hub for oil, gas supply
- US Congress votes down anti-corruption rule
- EU’s Energy Vice president Maros Sefcovic worries less about Gazprom than in the past
- Exxon Set for Early Victory as Congress to Rescind Payments Rule
- Elon Musk floats carbon tax idea with Donald Trump
- BP: Gas to become second largest fuel source by 2035
- European natural gas storage facilities face closure on weak economics: industry
- Commission insists Greece must privatise 66% of DESFA gas grid
- Siemens rolls out micro-LNG in US
- Azerbaijan`s gas export revenues down 35.5%
- WB, Azerbaijan sign TANAP loan
- OPAL regulator expects German court to back EC
- DiXi Group experts have outlined the opportunities for creation of a gas hub in Ukraine
- Clean Energy for All Europeans – unlocking Europe's growth potential
- Unique engineering feat concluded as Chernobyl arch has reached resting place
- EU and EBRD stepping up reform support in Ukraine
- Weekly analytical report: March 13-19, 2017
In this issue: - What would force operators of TPPs to find viable ways to diversify supplies of deficit coal? - Do the real impact of OPEC efforts to control oil production? - What would allow to streamline the investors’ activity in the gas market?