The maritime border between Lebanon and Israel is at the center of new tensions

The arrival of a floating unit to the disputed maritime area with Israel on Sunday to start gas production for the Jewish state angered Lebanese authorities, while indirect negotiations between the two countries over the conflict’s borders have stalled. decoding. The row between Lebanon and Israel over the demarcation of the maritime border has been … Read more

After electricity, Russia cuts gas to Finland

Russia’s giant Gazprom on Saturday halted shipments of natural gas to Finland, which has just announced its intention to join NATO. Moreover, the steelworks of Azovstal, the last pocket of resistance in Mariupol, came under Russian control, while Moscow artillery bombarded Kyiv’s positions in the Donbass. Follow the latest developments live. 8:25 pm: Moscow evokes … Read more

Reviving the MidCat gas pipeline project, an ambitious but complex challenge

France Press agency , Posted on Tuesday May 10, 2022 at 11:19 AM Since the invasion of Ukraine, Spain has been calling for the revival of the MidCat gas pipeline project, which aims to strengthen gas connectivity with France and the European Union’s energy independence from Russia. An ambitious goal, but it faces several obstacles. … Read more

In Bulgaria, doubts about life without Russian gas

France Press agency , Posted on Friday 06 May 2022 at 07:24 In the tangle of bright yellow pipes emerging from the ground, Russian gas is transported in abundance, but Bulgaria, approved by Moscow for refusing to pay in rubles, is now forbidden to touch it. Apparently, the suspension of deliveries by the giant Gazprom … Read more

Bitter beer for inflation-hit German breweries

France Press agency , Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2022 at 09:13 Germany’s Veltins brewery was already struggling with rising barley and transportation costs in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, but high energy prices, exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, are creating a new brain teaser. “There is hardly an area where our suppliers … Read more

In the midst of war in Ukraine, Moscow pockets a jackpot

Posted in: 04/28/2022 – 17:57 While Moscow is accused of practicing energy “blackmail” after cutting off the gas tap from Bulgaria and Poland, a new report issued by an independent research center revealed, on Wednesday, that Russia has made significant profits from its hydrocarbon exports since the beginning of the war. in Ukraine. Especially thanks … Read more

In the midst of war in Ukraine, Moscow pockets a jackpot

Posted in: 04/28/2022 – 17:57 While Moscow is accused of practicing energy “blackmail” after cutting off the gas tap from Bulgaria and Poland, a new report issued by an independent research center revealed, on Wednesday, that Russia has made significant profits from its hydrocarbon exports since the beginning of the war. in Ukraine. Especially thanks … Read more

From Denmark to Portugal, Europe is stepping up efforts to free itself from Russian gas

France Press agency , Posted on Tue Apr 12, 2022 at 10:52am Close to a muddy trench, large black pipes will soon be buried in this corner of the earth in Denmark. Long halted, construction of the gas pipeline connecting Norway and Poland resumed after the invasion of Ukraine. From LNG terminal projects in northern … Read more

If Russian gas exports stop, “Moscow will lose more than Europe”

Posted in: 04/02/2022 – 12:11 While Vladimir Putin announced, Thursday, that the price of Russian gas must now be paid in rubles, the European Union, Moscow’s largest customer, opposed his categorical refusal and emphasized the consideration of other scenarios for its supply. France 24 cracks the code with Frances Perrin, a specialist in energy issues … Read more

Germany and Austria activate contingency plan in case Russia cuts

By refusing to pay their bill in rubles, as the Kremlin demanded, the two countries organize the imminent confrontation. Germany and Austria are preparing for the risk of Russian gas deliveries being disrupted leading to potential shortages, and on Wednesday activated a three-step warning system to manage their supplies as closely as possible. Countries organize … Read more