Reforms in the energy sector are one of the most complex and long-term which is common for most of the EU member states, as opposed to post-Soviet states, where the energy sector is the source of wealth and political tool to retain power and convert it into financial and property dividends. Nowadays within Europe Ukraine belongs to states with the most attractive preconditions for funding of solar power plants and wind farms, objects of bioenergy and corresponding production lines.
The second package of the US sanctions on Iran for breach of the “Nuclear agreement” (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action as of July 14th, 2015) enters into force on November 5th, 2018. There is a concern of German business and the federal government and the supreme bodies of the EU, namely the European commission and The European external action service are pushed in every means to negotiate with the US in order to find and introduce exceptions.
The world community attempts to build green economy which finds the solution to both environmental and fuel problems, promotes solutions to numerous social problems, improves quality and management efficiency and allows long-term economic growth sustainable to financial risks within the following 20-30 years.
Power to Gas appears to be the all-in-one solution addressing the crucial problems of the European Energy system. Surplus power from wind and photovoltaic can be transformed by electrolysis intro hydrogen and then methane, which can be fed into the gas grid and into existing gas storages.
Following the «Global LNG Summit» which took place in the frames of international gas conference «Flame» during May 14-17, 2018 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands the evaluations of leading experts in the area regarding the main tendencies and further prospects of liquefied and piped gas market in Europe and the world were analyzed.
The export capacity of liquefied natural gas in the USA will presumably have increased by 2020 up to 96 billion cubic meters per year. At the same time export of gas to the EU states will not increase 50% or will amount to approximately 45-50 billion cubic meters per year. According to Martin Fraenkel, the […]