Russia Defence Forum

Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.

Military Forum for Russian and Global Defence Issues


+36
owais.usmani
Hole
kvs
Kiko
caveat emptor
higurashihougi
flamming_python
xeno
Scorpius
wilhelm
lyle6
Dr.Snufflebug
Rodion_Romanovic
Azi
Backman
Werewolf
TMA1
LMFS
ATLASCUB
nomadski
Sprut-B
limb
Big_Gazza
ALAMO
PhSt
franco
AlfaT8
Arrow
Broski
ludovicense
sepheronx
Gazputin
nero
George1
andalusia
lancelot
40 posters

    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    lyle6
    lyle6


    Posts : 2236
    Points : 2230
    Join date : 2020-09-14
    Location : Philippines

    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4 - Page 35 Empty Re: Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    Post  lyle6 Mon Jun 10, 2024 9:38 am

    GarryB wrote:Have decided to change the name of the thread to:  Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4, which means my post above on Helium now does not fit so I will move that to a more suitable thread.
    >He doesn't know Razz
    But if we're striving for accuracy its much better to name the the thread to the Russian hydrocarbon industry.
    JohninMK
    JohninMK


    Posts : 14995
    Points : 15134
    Join date : 2015-06-16
    Location : England

    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4 - Page 35 Empty Re: Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    Post  JohninMK Tue Jun 11, 2024 12:57 am

    Thanks.

    Meanwhile, time for a laugh


    S p r i n t e r F a m i l y@SprinterFamily

    The EU is discussing the continuation of gas transit through Ukraine - Bloomberg European officials and companies are negotiating to continue gas supplies through Ukrainian territory, hoping to avoid further damage to the continent's energy supply due to the conflict in Ukraine, Bloomberg reports.

    As the news agency notes, Europe has tried to refuse Russian gas, but several Eastern European countries continue to receive it through a pipeline that runs through Ukraine. 

    The relevant agreement expires at the end of this year. 

    Sources told the agency that one of the options being discussed is for companies from Europe to purchase gas from Azerbaijan and then pump it to European countries through Russian gas pipelines. This would allow Europe to avoid problems associated with the purchase of Russian gas. 


    At the same time, theoretically, the plan to use Azerbaijani gas could also benefit Russia if it were implemented in the form of an exchange that would allow Moscow to supply its gas to other countries, Bloomberg clarifies.

    Hole likes this post

    GarryB
    GarryB


    Posts : 39389
    Points : 39887
    Join date : 2010-03-30
    Location : New Zealand

    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4 - Page 35 Empty Re: Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    Post  GarryB Tue Jun 11, 2024 6:47 am

    I am sure Russia would love to discuss gas transiting Ukraine, but I am not sure Ukraine or the EU will accept their terms and I don't think they will be super keen to sell it at any cost, which is the way it used to be.

    Hole likes this post

    Kiko
    Kiko


    Posts : 2992
    Points : 3040
    Join date : 2020-11-11
    Age : 75
    Location : Brasilia

    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4 - Page 35 Empty Re: Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    Post  Kiko Sun Jun 16, 2024 12:47 pm

    Slowly but steadily

    For the first time in two years, Russia has surpassed the United States in gas supplies to Europe, by Dmitry Zubarev for VZGLYAD. 06.16.2024.


    Russian gas supplies to Europe in May exceeded US gas exports for the first time in almost two years, the British newspaper Financial Times (FT) reported, citing the consulting company ICIS.

    The publication recalled that in May, according to ICIS, Russian pipeline supplies of gas and transportation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by sea exceeded the United States, accounting for 15% of all supplies to the European Union; LNG from the United States last month accounted for 14% of the total European gas imports, which was the lowest level since August 2022.

    As Tom Marzek-Manser, head of the gas market analytical department at ICIS, said, it is surprising to see how the share of Russian gas in the European market is increasing after all the efforts to reduce imports from Russia and reduce risks in the issue of energy supplies, TASS reports . The FT noted that gas flows were affected by disruptions at a major LNG export facility in Texas and increased Russian gas supplies through Turkey.

    Marzek-Manser added that Russia is unlikely to be able to maintain leadership in the issue of gas supplies to Europe, and in the future the European Commission is interested in expanding gas supplies to the EU through Azerbaijan along the Southern Gas Transport Corridor.

    Earlier, the heads of the energy ministries of the G7 countries agreed to continue working to stop importing gas from Russia, as follows from the ministerial statement following the meeting in Turin, Italy.

    https://vz.ru/news/2024/6/16/1273341.html

    GarryB, owais.usmani and lancelot like this post

    lancelot
    lancelot


    Posts : 2761
    Points : 2759
    Join date : 2020-10-18

    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4 - Page 35 Empty Re: Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    Post  lancelot Sun Jun 16, 2024 6:29 pm

    Kiko wrote:The publication recalled that in May, according to ICIS, Russian pipeline supplies of gas and transportation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by sea exceeded the United States, accounting for 15% of all supplies to the European Union; LNG from the United States last month accounted for 14% of the total European gas imports, which was the lowest level since August 2022.

    As Tom Marzek-Manser, head of the gas market analytical department at ICIS, said, it is surprising to see how the share of Russian gas in the European market is increasing after all the efforts to reduce imports from Russia and reduce risks in the issue of energy supplies, TASS reports . The FT noted that gas flows were affected by disruptions at a major LNG export facility in Texas and increased Russian gas supplies through Turkey.
    Color me not surprised. The US's supposed huge amounts of LNG turn out to be a mirage.
    The US was building huge amounts of LNG liquefaction capacity without having the gas to back it. And these expansions were recently cancelled. The whole LNG thing is a huge bluff on the part of the US. The only real and backed expansion of LNG output will be coming from Qatar over the next 5 years.

    The US has supposedly huge amounts of stranded gas. But they are all on gazillions of tiny fracked wells and basically impossible to capture economically.

    Kiko wrote:Marzek-Manser added that Russia is unlikely to be able to maintain leadership in the issue of gas supplies to Europe, and in the future the European Commission is interested in expanding gas supplies to the EU through Azerbaijan along the Southern Gas Transport Corridor.
    Russia has been piping huge amounts of gas through Azerbaijan of late. It is just another detour for Russian gas.

    GarryB, flamming_python and Hole like this post

    Hole
    Hole


    Posts : 10946
    Points : 10924
    Join date : 2018-03-24
    Age : 48
    Location : Scholzistan

    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4 - Page 35 Empty Re: Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    Post  Hole Sun Jun 16, 2024 10:10 pm

    The whole LNG thing is a huge bluff on the part of the US. 
    It´s a welfare program for companies and banks (= oligarchs) and a 
    job creation program for the hungry masses. Backed by tax cuts and
    lots of government (printed) money.

    GarryB likes this post


    Sponsored content


    Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4 - Page 35 Empty Re: Russian fossil energy (Oil and Gas and Coal) Industry: News #4

    Post  Sponsored content


      Current date/time is Thu Jun 20, 2024 1:53 pm