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GOs should be compulsory for renewable and low-carbon gases - GIE

Date: 11.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
GOs should be compulsory for renewable and low-carbon gases - GIEPhoto: Roman Peklaj

EU countries should be obliged to issue guarantees of origin (GOs) for all renewable and low-carbon gases, in a bid to increase their use, said a Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) representative on

Croatian HEP’s operating profit up 27.4% in 2020

Date: 07.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian HEP’s operating profit up 27.4% in 2020Photo: Energetika.NET archive

The Croatian state-owned power utility HEP increased its operating profit by 27.4% in 2020 to HRK 2.16bn (EUR 286.6m), due to lower costs of power purchase and fuel.

Croatian INA turns to operating profit in Q1 2021

Date: 30.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian INA turns to operating profit in Q1 2021Photo: F. Buva

INA turned a HRK 900m (EUR 118.94m) operating loss in Q1 2020 into an operating profit of HRK 84m (EUR 11.1m) in Q1 2021, the Croatian oil and gas company said on Thursday.

ACER: Low Uptake of Carbon Neutral Gases Needs to Accelerate

Date: 24.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
ACER: Low Uptake of Carbon Neutral Gases Needs to AcceleratePhoto: EBRD

While a new supply of carbon neutral gas could contribute decisively to the EU climate strategy, at around 4% carbon neutral gases currently account for a relatively minor share of EU gas consumption

European Gas Industry Calls for Binding 11% Renewable Gas Target

Date: 15.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
European Gas Industry Calls for Binding 11% Renewable Gas TargetPhoto: Shutterstock

Eurogas, an association representing the European gas wholesale, retail and distribution sectors, and the European Biogas Association jointly issued a call on Monday for binding EU targets of 11% of

EC Considers Three Options for the Future of Gas

Date: 06.05.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EC Considers Three Options for the Future of GasPhoto: Shutterstock

The European Commission is considering three options for future investments in gas infrastructure as Europe moves towards climate neutrality by 2050, reported EurActiv. Meanwhile, environmental NGOs

What Is The Outlook For EU Gas Infrastructure?

Date: 09.03.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
What Is The Outlook For EU Gas Infrastructure?Photo: Roman Peklaj

The next decade will be a critical one for gas infrastructure. Short-term decisions on whether to invest in gas grids will have major long-term implications. Questions about the relative importance

What Role Will Renewable Gases Play in Decarbonising the EU?

Date: 14.01.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
What Role Will Renewable Gases Play in Decarbonising the EU?Photo: Keter Organica

Renewable gases currently account for 7% of renewable gross inland energy consumption in the EU. In order to reach the EU’s climate neutrality objective, production of renewable gases will have to

ENTSOG Publishes Roadmap 2050 for Gas Grids

Date: 18.12.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
ENTSOG Publishes Roadmap 2050 for Gas GridsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

While the emergence of new gases – in particular biomethane and hydrogen – is expected to create some challenges for gas infrastructure in its present form, irrespective of a chosen pathway, the

James Watson, Eurogas: Energy Sector Decarbonisation Not Viable Without Gas

Date: 14.10.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
James Watson, Eurogas: Energy Sector Decarbonisation Not Viable Without GasPhoto: Eurogas

The European gas association Eurogas supports the European Commission’s 2050 climate neutrality ambitions. The gas industry recognises it will have to go through its own change and become more

OIES: Feasible Decarbonisation Options Needed by 2025 to Ensure Future for Gas Grids

Date: 10.10.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
OIES: Feasible Decarbonisation Options Needed by 2025 to Ensure Future for Gas GridsPhoto: GCA

The current model of gas markets transporting a homogenous product through a unified network will change significantly post-2030. However, a range of feasible and tested decarbonisation options will

Slovenian Gas Transmission System Can Be Injected With 8-9 TWh of Renewable Gas

Date: 19.09.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian Gas Transmission System Can Be Injected With 8-9 TWh of Renewable GasPhoto: Ankica Đukić

Analyses conducted by Slovenia’s Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) and the country’s gas TSO Plinovodi reveal that the Slovenian transmission system can be injected with 8-9 TWh of renewable gas,



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