Guest Blog: Alexander Medvedev – Gas being squeezed out by EU bureaucracy

The Eu­ro­pean Com­mis­sion recently pre­sented a roadmap for its cli­mate and en­ergy poli­cies up to 2030. It did so for the right rea­sons, stat­ing that en­ergy in­vestors “need cer­tainty and re­duced reg­u­la­tory risk”. I agree, whole­heart­edly. The en­ergy in­dus­try needs a trans­par­ent, rule-based and non-dis­crim­i­na­tory pol­icy frame­work, where in­vest­ment de­ci­sions are taken by mar­ket play­ers, […]

Gazprom and partners look into ‘green’ gas

A consortium made up of Gazprom, Gasunie, Eurotechnika and BioGazEnergoStroy are hoping to develop a green gas industry in Russia, with the aim of exporting to Europe in the future. The group have signed a memorandum of understanding, in which the parties will consider the possibility of implementing the pilot project for the development, certification […]