Liquefied natural gas

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.

Poland, Bulgaria, Defiant After Russia Cuts off Gas Supply

Poland and Bulgaria said Russian energy giant Gazprom's decision to halt natural gas supplies to them won't cause unbearable problems as they either have enough gas stored, or have alternatives to draw on.

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki called Gazprom's move "a direct attack on Poland, revenge for the sanctions we imposed", in relation to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Greek PM: The first concern of the government is the energy adequacy of the country

"The first concern of the government is to ensure the energy adequacy of the country. At the same time, we are struggling to achieve the lowest possible energy prices for consumers, households and businesses ", noted the Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, during his visit to the facilities of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal on Revythousa island.