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Daily (19.06.2017): British prompt gas prices unexpectedly rose by around 19% on Friday

Oil prices edged up on Friday but the market is still bullish. Rising U.S. oil output has undermined the impact of OPEC-led cuts. Data from the U.S. EIA showed growing gasoline stocks and low demand, despite the peak summer driving season.

read more... 19/06/2017

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Russia envisaged Siemens turbines for Crimean plants

Russia has revealed for the first time it has envisaged to install equipment produced by German company Siemens in two new power plants in Crimea, a project that has been affected by difficulties due to European trade sanctions.

read more... 19/06/2017

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Norway-Poland gas pipeline plan requires demand for 75% of capacity

A pipeline to provide Norwegian gas to Poland that will cost around 2 billion euros ($2.23 billion) will only be constructed if there is demand for minimum 75 percent of the gas it can convey, one of the associates in the project told Reuters.

read more... 19/06/2017

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Netherlands will unlikely shut down coal plants soon

The leader of the Green Left party in the Netherlands declared on Friday that he did not consider that the nation's coal-fired power plants would shut down by the end of the next governing period.

read more... 19/06/2017

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Greece, Israel and Cyprus move forward with a natural gas pipeline from Israel to Europe

Greece, Israel and Cyprus declared on Thursday they would accelerate plans for the development of a pipeline conveying gas to Europe from recently discovered east Mediterranean reserves.

read more... 16/06/2017

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