Gazprom pipeline news
Gasum terminates Gazprom contract
Finnish state-owned gas wholesaler terminates contract to buy natural gas from Gazprom Export via pipelines from Russia.
Nord Stream: 50 m holes show force of “powerful explosions”
At least 50 m (164 ft) of an underwater pipeline bringing Russian gas to Germany is thought to have been destroyed by a blast last month.
Ex-Gazprom arm to use €10 billion German loan to boost trading
A former Gazprom unit plans to use a €10 billion loan get back on the front foot in the energy market.
PGNiG wins against Gazprom before the Swedish court of appeal
Gazprom’s petition to set aside the award of the Arbitral Tribunal has been dismissed.
Germany embraces US LNG to curb dependence on Russian gas
The German government has decided to fast-track works on two regasification terminals as it embraces US LNG imports in a bid to reduce dependence on Russian pipeline gas.
Shell intends to exit equity partnerships held with Gazprom
Shell yesterday announced its intention to exit its joint ventures with Gazprom and related entities, as well as its involvement in the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project.
PGNiG responds to Gazprom’s notice of arbitration concerning gas prices
PGNiG submitted a response Gazprom’s notice of arbitration in which it requested dismissal of the Gazprom’ claims.
China’s CNPC finalises gas deal during Russian President Putin’s state visit
China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and Gazprom sign a 30 year deal during which Gazprom will supply China with 10 billion cubic meters of gas annually.
PGNiG wins case concerning Gazprom’s abusive market behaviour
The General Court of the EU has agreed with PGNiG and annulled the decision of the European Commission (EC) rejecting the Polish company’s complaint against Gazprom’s anticompetitive practices.
Feasibility study completed for Soyuz Vostok gas pipeline project
A working meeting between the Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and the Deputy Prime Minister of Mongolia, took place yesterday.