Tag: LNG

Tariffs methodology for LNG terminal put on public hearing – Croatia, 21 June 2016

On 14 June, Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency (HERA) began a public hearing regarding the proposed methodology of determining the amount of tariff items for handling liquefied natural gas (LNG). This public hearing will last until 5 July and the document will be crucial for potential operator of future LNG terminal, buyers and the profitability of […]

Natural gas consumption reduced in 2015 – Turkey, 10 June 2016

According to the BP Statistical Review for World Energy 2016, natural gas consumption in Turkey in 2015 has decreased by 2.4 % and stood at 43.6 billion cubic meters or some 1.5 % of the world’s total consumption. Out of that number, Turkey imported some 39.7 billion cubic meters of gas via pipelines in 2015. […]

LNG terminal could be built in Plomin instead in Omisalj – Croatia, 6 June 2016

At about the same time as it becomes obvious that the project for the construction of coal-fired thermal power plant Plomin C will not be realized, Croatian media unofficially inform that a group of foreign investors is preparing a plan which it will present to the Croatian Government and according to which the group is […]