The inauguration of the Khalladi wind farm in Morocco today marks the official launch of the EBRD’s first private renewable project financed in the country.
Polish Oil & Gas Company (PGNiG) and Venture Global LNG have entered into an agreement relating to the terms of delivery of liquefied natural gas from Calcasieu Pass LNG and Plaquemines LNG facilities.
As of June, 12,636 customers of Eesti Energia consume electricity that was 100% produced from renewable energy sources. Compared to the beginning of January 2017, the number of Green Energy contracts has more than tripled.
Norway, Canada and Russia clearly ahead among the preferred supplier countries.
The ad hoc Arbitral Tribunal in Stockholm ruled in the partial award that the contractual condition for PGNiG to demand a revision of the price of gas supplied to Poland under the Yamal Contract had been met.
Eesti Energia has on 28 June 2018 signed credit facilities in total amount of 300 million EUR. The facilities were signed on bilateral basis with three regional banks including Swedbank (150 million EUR), OP Corporate Bank (100 million EUR) and SEB (50 million EUR).
The Finnish state-owned Metsähallitus and Enefit Green, the subsidiary of the Estonian state-owned energy company Eesti Energia, signed an agreement that gives Enefit Green the opportunity to build a wind farm in Tolpanvaara, North Ostobothnia, Finland.
Enel will invest 40 million US dollars in the construction of Ngonye, which is the Group’s first plant in Zambia.
NOVATEK’s Chairman of Management Board Leonid Mikhelson noted: "The Asian Pacific markets are a priority destination for our LNG projects as this important geographical region represents the fastest growing markets for natural gas consumption, and South Korea is presently one of the largest importers of LNG.”
Rosneft’s Annual General Shareholders Meeting was held in Krasnoyarsk on June 21. Holders of 92.54% of the Company’s shares took part in the meeting.