Liquefied natural gas

Bulgargaz Forecasts 5-6% Dip in Natural Gas Prices for May

Bulgargaz, the leading public gas supplier in Bulgaria, anticipates a notable decrease in the price of natural gas for the upcoming month of May. According to Lyudmila Vitanova, head of the company's pricing department, the expected reduction could range between 5 to 6% compared to the current rate, currently set at BGN 58.84 per MWh (excluding access, transmission, excise, and VAT).

Türkiye in talks with Exxon Mobil for LNG deal: Minister

Türkiye is in talks with U.S. energy company ExxonMobil over a multibillion-dollar deal to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG), Energy Minister Alparslan Bayraktar has told the Financial Times.

Türkiye is seeking to build a "new supply portfolio" that will make it less reliant on any single partner, the minister told in an interview with the newspaper.

Moldova to buy US-origin LNG from Greece for consumers

Moldova's domestic gas supplier Energocom said it will supply its consumers with test volumes of US-origin liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the first time on Monday and Tuesday. Moldova relied almost exclusively on Russian gas under a deal with state-controlled Gazprom but stepped up diversification efforts following Moscow's full-scale invasion of neighbouring Ukraine two years ago.