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Hungary eyes 5% stake in Azeri gas field for energy security

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Montel
Hungary eyes 5% stake in Azeri gas field for energy securityPhoto: TAP AG

The Hungarian state-owned energy firm MVM Group is looking to secure a 5% stake in Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz offshore gas field to improve its security of supply, traders have told Montel.

Serbia and Ukraine pass 90% gas storage threshold – report

Date: 29.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia and Ukraine pass 90% gas storage threshold – reportPhoto: www.srbijagas.com

Serbia and Ukraine have surpassed the set 90% gas storage threshold before the November 2024 deadline, the Energy Community Secretariat said late on Tuesday in its annual report on storage regulation.

SEE TSOs grapple to maintain system amid Hungary spot split

Date: 15.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
SEE TSOs grapple to maintain system amid Hungary spot splitPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The TSOs of southeast Europe (SEE) have recently struggled to maintain system security due to regional outages and grid constraints, several sources told Montel.

Slovenia aims for 300 MW of electrolysers by 2035 – TSO

Date: 06.05.2024 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia aims for 300 MW of electrolysers by 2035 – TSOPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia will establish an adequate hydrogen-ready grid for the installation of 300 MW of electrolyser capacity by 2035, enabling the transport of green hydrogen between different stakeholders within

N. Macedonia gas link to increase import dependence – NGO

Date: 24.04.2024 Author: Uran Haxha
N. Macedonia gas link to increase import dependence – NGOPhoto: TAP AG

North Macedonia's gas interconnector with Greece is expected to increase import dependence and could potentially result in a surplus of supply, according to statements made to Montel by the think tank

Serbia to start gas talks with Russia in September – TSO

Date: 01.03.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia to start gas talks with Russia in September – TSOPhoto: TAP AG

Serbia will begin official negotiations with Russia on a new gas supply agreement on 1 September, Dusan Bajatovic, the CEO of Serbian TSO Srbijagas, told Montel in an interview.

EC clears EUR 7bn state aid to multinational H2 projects

Date: 15.02.2024 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EC clears EUR 7bn state aid to multinational H2 projectsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Commission has approved EUR 6.9bn of public funding by seven EU countries to support developing hydrogen projects including 3.2 GW of large-scale electrolysers, it said on Thursday.

New N. Macedonia plant to reduce Russian gas dependency

Date: 08.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
New N. Macedonia plant to reduce Russian gas dependencyPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia’s parliament gave an initial approval to the strategic partnership with Greek investor Mytilineos late on Wednesday to build a cogeneration plant in an effort to reduce the

Over 60% of Croatian biogas filed for bankruptcy – HUPB

Date: 16.01.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Over 60% of Croatian biogas filed for bankruptcy – HUPBPhoto: Ana V. Vršnak

Over 60% of Croatian biogas power plants have stopped operating and more facilities will probably follow suit, Marijan Cenger, the president of the country’s biogas producers association (HUPB),

Croatia’s Ina plans EUR 40m biomethane plant

Date: 10.01.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia’s Ina plans EUR 40m biomethane plantPhoto: F. Buva

Croatian energy company Ina plans to build a EUR 40m biogas/biomethane production facility in Sisak within the next two to three years, the company has confirmed to Montel.

EU reaches deal to phase in hydrogen market rules

Date: 11.12.2023 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EU reaches deal to phase in hydrogen market rulesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The EU would apply simplified hydrogen market design rules until 2033 under a provisional deal agreed by lawmakers late on Friday.

Switch to biogas can halve Serbia’s gas costs – developer

Date: 09.11.2023 Author: Dušan Telesković
Switch to biogas can halve Serbia’s gas costs – developerPhoto: Tanja S. Volarič

Serbia can produce enough biomethane to cover the entire 3bcm of annual domestic natural gas demand and this way can halve its gas procurement costs, a renewables developer told Montel on Thursday.



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