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Croatian biogas owners push for higher price cap and incentives

Date: 25.01.2023 Author: Montel
Croatian biogas owners push for higher price cap and incentivesPhoto: Ana V. Vršnak

Croatian electricity producers using biogas power plants are seeking urgent talks with the economy ministry about its incentives scheme and price cap policy, which they say threaten the survival of

Croatian biogas owners look to new incentives policy for survival

Date: 07.12.2022 Author: Montel
Croatian biogas owners look to new incentives policy for survivalPhoto: Tanja S. Volarič

Croatian producers of electricity from biogas power plants are hoping that the new incentives policy for renewables, currently being drafted by the economy ministry, will help them avoid halting

N. Macedonia’s coal, gas plans could delay green transition – NGO

Date: 24.11.2022 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia’s coal, gas plans could delay green transition – NGOPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia’s decision to delay phasing out coal and increase its reliance on gas will prolong pollution-related problems and slow down its energy transition, warned Pippa Gallop, an energy

Croatia energy market operator proposes GOs for green gases

Date: 03.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia energy market operator proposes GOs for green gasesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatian energy market operator Hrote has proposed that guarantee of origin (GOs) auctions be expanded to include biomethane and green hydrogen to ease cross-border trading in green gases.

N. Macedonia plans to exchange power for gas with Serbia

Date: 28.09.2022 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia plans to exchange power for gas with SerbiaPhoto: TAP AG

North Macedonia is holding talks with Serbia for the purchase of natural gas for the winter period in exchange for electricity, a PM adviser said on Wednesday.

Slovenian Koto aims to start biomethane production by mid-2024

Date: 19.07.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Slovenian Koto aims to start biomethane production by mid-2024Photo: KOTO

The Slovenian manufacturing company Koto is developing a project which could result in 1.28 mcm of annual biomethane production by mid-2024.

Serbia could produce 3bcm of methane from crop residues

Date: 07.07.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia could produce 3bcm of methane from crop residuesPhoto: Keter Organica

Serbia could produce more than 3 bcm of green methane by processing crop residues, organic municipal waste and sludge from wastewater treatment plants, which would remove the need for any natural gas

Alignment with EU key to gas security in W. Balkans

Date: 11.05.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Alignment with EU key to gas security in W. BalkansPhoto: Plinovodi

If Russian gas supplies were halted, it would be difficult to supply Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and North Macedonia simultaneously, Energy Community Secretariat director Artur Lorkowski told

ExxonMobil, Excelerate Energy to run Albania's Vlora gas plant

Date: 22.04.2022 Author: Montel
ExxonMobil, Excelerate Energy to run Albania's Vlora gas plantPhoto: Montel

Albania has chosen the US based companies ExxonMobil and Excelerate Energy to run the 97 MW Vlora gas-fired power plant, its energy minister said late on Thursday.

Very high gas prices could make P2G hubs feasible in Croatia

Date: 21.03.2022 Author: Montel
Very high gas prices could make P2G hubs feasible in CroatiaPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Production of biomethane using power-to-gas (P2G) technology is currently not feasible in Croatia, but the significant rise of natural gas prices could change that, a new analysis shows.

Biogas could replace 20% of EU's Russian gas imports by 2030

Date: 09.03.2022 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
Biogas could replace 20% of EU's Russian gas imports by 2030Photo: Roman Peklaj

The European biomethane sector could supply 35bcm by 2030, which would represent 20% of the current gas imports from Russia, the European biogas association said on Tuesday.

EU could cut Russian gas imports by 100 bcm this year – EC

Date: 08.03.2022 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EU could cut Russian gas imports by 100 bcm this year – ECPhoto: European Commission

The EU could cut its Russian gas imports by an estimated 100 bcm by the end of this year under a plan to end its dependence on Russian fossil fuels published by the European Commission on Tuesday.



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