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Croatia to get first hydrogen production plant by 2025

Date: 24.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatia to get first hydrogen production plant by 2025Photo: Roman Peklaj

The first hydrogen production plant in Croatia should be completed by 2025, said participants in a hydrogen related round table, reported the news portal Lider on Thursday.

Unhedged energy retailers most vulnerable to price spikes

Date: 24.09.2021 Author: Maria Haensch, Julia Demirdag and Pablo Bronte, Montel
Unhedged energy retailers most vulnerable to price spikesPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

A surge in gas and power prices across Europe is threatening the solvency of smaller energy retailers who failed to hedge their forward sales into the future, experts have said.

EUAs seen consolidating in tight range

Date: 24.09.2021 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
EUAs seen consolidating in tight rangePhoto: Pixabay

European carbon prices are expected to consolidate in a tight range next week awaiting fresh developments that could prompt a more decisive break in either direction, market participants said on

Romgaz doubles gas supply price for Bucharest heating system

Date: 23.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romgaz doubles gas supply price for Bucharest heating systemPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Romanian natural gas producer and supplier Romgaz will double the price of the gas it delivers to Electrocentrale Bucuresti (Elcen), the company in charge of district heating in Bucharest, beginning

Turquoise H2 cheaper, more efficient than green – Gazprom

Date: 23.09.2021 Author: Andreas Lochner, Montel
Turquoise H2 cheaper, more efficient than green – GazpromPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Russia’s Gazprom considers the production of turquoise hydrogen from imported natural gas in Europe a cheaper, more efficient alternative to producing green H2 in the near term, said a company

High gas prices may slow down decarbonisation in SEE – GIE

Date: 23.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
High gas prices may slow down decarbonisation in SEE – GIEPhoto: Roman Peklaj

A prolonged hike in European gas prices might lead to the postponement of coal to gas conversions in some eastern and southern European countries, said Torben Brabo from the Gas Infrastructure Europe

EC to publish policy toolbox to tackle high prices

Date: 22.09.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EC to publish policy toolbox to tackle high pricesPhoto: ACER

The European Commission plans to publish a “structured toolbox” to help national governments react to high power and natural gas prices in the coming weeks, said EU energy commissioner Kadri

Mild winter would rebalance gas market – IEA

Date: 22.09.2021 Author: Andreas Lochner, Montel
Mild winter would rebalance gas market – IEAPhoto: Roman Peklaj

A mild to normal winter would ease a supply squeeze in Europe’s gas markets and rein in prices from recent record highs, an analyst with the International Energy Agency said on Wednesday.

Energy ministers to discuss response to high prices

Date: 22.09.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Energy ministers to discuss response to high pricesPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

EU energy ministers plan to discuss the recent price rises for electricity and natural gas at an informal meeting in Slovenia on Wednesday.

No end in sight for Europe’s soaring energy prices – Belektron

Date: 22.09.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
No end in sight for Europe’s soaring energy prices – BelektronPhoto: Belektron

Until the many bullish trends on the energy market disappear, there will be no end in sight for soaring energy prices, said Bostjan Bandelj, the director of carbon trading company Belektron, on

Energy price surge spurs backlash against EU policy – FT

Date: 22.09.2021 Author: Montel
Energy price surge spurs backlash against EU policy – FTPhoto: Andreja Krašna

Surging gas and electricity prices in Europe have intensified the political backlash against the EU’s plans to extend carbon taxes on petrol and heating bills, threatening a central policy of the

Energy price rises need detailed analysis – EC

Date: 22.09.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Energy price rises need detailed analysis – ECPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The recent energy price rises need detailed analysis before talking about solutions, a senior European Commission official said on Tuesday.



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