Northern Europe

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Europe, Gas, Northern Europe, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Baltic Pipeline Project to Carry Norwegian Gas to Eastern Europe

Once this project is complete, it should open new sources of competitive and secure natural gas to customers in these western Baltic countries. In addition, it will aid them in their transition to low carbon power generation in keeping with the Paris Accords.

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Gas, Northern Europe, Power, Rigzone, Shipping

North Sea Ports Compete to Build LNG Import Terminals

The German case for LNG import terminals rests on the need to increase the country’s gas imports as North Sea gas production declines.

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Gas, North America, Northern Europe, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines, Transport

Compressor Stations Doing the Difficult Work

Compressor stations compress and push gas from the field where it is extracted or from an LNG re-gasification import port, along transmission pipelines, to end customers, such as refineries, power stations or LNG export plants.   Compressors, housed in stations located at 40- to 100-mile intervals along a pipeline, run continuously and allow gas to be rerouted into gas storage areas during periods of low demand. An average station can ship 700 Bcf/d of natural […]

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Energy, Engineers, Northern Europe, Renewables

California moves ahead with offshore wind

For the state of California, offshore wind is a matter of catch up, since they have to catch up with offshore wind developers and experts in Europe. One thing is for certain, it is no longer a prospect of if there will be an offshore wind business in California, but one of figuring out the best solution for making it work.

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Energy, Energy Management, Energy Trading, Europe, Investment, Marketing, North America, Northern Europe, Nuclear, Solar power, Technology, Wind Power

The world’s top 10 largest utility companies

This feature looks at the world’s top 10 largest utility companies by market value in US Dollars. Many of these companies are not only involved in power generation but also transmission and distribution. An increasing number of companies are phasing out coal power plants and replacing them with either gas power generation or and renewables. In many parts of the world, these leading traditional utility companies are now active investors and developers in renewable power such as on and offshore wind.