Liquefied natural gas

Moscow: Sofia's Refusal of the New Payment System leads to more Expensive Gas

"Bulgaria's refusal of the new gas payment system proposed by Russia will inevitably lead to higher prices for end-users". This was stated in an interview with TASS by Yuri Phillipson, director of the Fourth European Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

The Greece-Bulgaria Interconnection started Test Gas Supplies

The Greece-Bulgaria gas interconnection (IGB) has started test gas supplies, the project company ICGB AD told Trend news agency.

"We have started test deliveries with real quantities of natural gas, as planned. However, this is not the beginning of commercial exploitation," the ICGB said.

Bulgaria: What is the Price of Natural Gas for June

The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission approved the price of natural gas, as of June 1, 2022, in the amount of BGN 141.36 / MWh (excluding prices for access, transmission, excise and VAT). At this price, Bulgargaz will sell natural gas to the final suppliers of natural gas and to persons who have been issued a license for production and transmission of heat.

What is the Name of the US Company that Supplies Bulgaria with Liquefied Gas Tankers?

A month ago Prime Minister Kiril Petkov, after a visit to the United States, announced that Bulgaria had bought two LNG tankers for about 200 million cubic meters of gas in total. They can cover our full consumption for June, with deliveries expected to arrive on June 8 and 23. The price is not known, but it is assumed that it may be below the market at the moment.

Ships: Greek shipping at the top of the world

Despite all the difficulties the world economy has to face and given the fact that shipping is the real backbone of world trade and supply chains, as 90% of all goods are transported by sea, Greek shipping maintains its role in the industry, currently representing 21% of the global fleet and 59% of the European fleet, while the inflows into the Greek balance of payments from maritime transport

Dynagas: Energy solutions for Germany from Giorgos Prokopiou’s Dynagas

Two Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRU) for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) were chartered from George Prokopiou's Dynagas Ltd to the German Uniper, whose total capacity is equivalent to 30% of Russian gas imports to Germany.

With this move, Uniper comes to diversify and strengthen the security of gas supply in Germany, according to a statement from the German company.

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