Nicosia at odds with Eni boss

The Cypriot government says it does not share views on East Med gas made by Eni boss Claudio Descalzi, who told Italian lawmakers an Eastern Mediterranean gas project cannot go forward without Turkey, with Nicosia begging to differ and pointing to other firms willing to take the risk.

Gas shipment from Türkiye to Bulgaria starts

Türkiye has delivered first cargo of natural gas to Bulgaria as part of a deal the two countries signed in January this year, The Turkish Petroleum Pipeline Company (Botaş) has announced.

Bulgarian Energy Minister Rossen Hristov attended ceremony at the Marmara Ereglisi LNG Terminal in Türkiye's northwestern Tekirdağ province, marking the shipment of gas.

Greece-Africa Power Interconnector to be listed among European Projects of Common Interest

Greece is emerging as an energy hub for Europe and an important geopolitical actor, while the country is willing to support multiple interconnections to become a leader in energy supply in the region, said Andreas Borgeas, a former California state senator and currently the CEO of the Greece-Africa Power (GAP) Interconnector linking Greece and Egypt.

TAIPED concedes 67% stake in Igoumenitsa Port

State asset utilization fund TAIPED on Tuesday announced the signing of the share purchase agreement for the concession of a majority stake of 67% in the Igoumenitsa Port Authority's share capital for a total price of 84.17 million euros to the joint venture consisting of the companies Grimaldi Euromed SpA-Minoan Lines SA-Investment Construction Commercial and Industrial SA.