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Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Israel Back Gas Pipeline to Europe

Cyprus, Italy, Greece and Israel agreed on Tuesday to back the construction of a gas pipeline from newly discovered fields in the eastern Mediterranean,...

Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Israel, EU to Sign on Gas Pipeline Development

A memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the construction of the world’s longest underwater natural gas pipeline is to be signed by the the energy ministers...

Over 50% of TAP Gas Pipes in Greece Already on Ground

Over 50% of the TAP gas pipes in its Greece route (276km of pipeline) have been placed in the ground and have been backfilled,...

Greek Permit for Greece-Bulgaria Gas Pipeline to be Issued in 2018

ICGB, the project company developing the gas interconnection Greece-Bulgaria, has said it expects to receive a building permit for the section of the pipeline...

It’s the Gas Pipelines Stupid!

Glorious cities once full of life are now razed to the ground crumbled and desolate. They remain as a reminder of the atrocities of...

Gazprom, Edison, DEPA Sign Memorandum for ITGI Project‏

Gazprom, Edison and DEPA on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding in Rome for the development of a natural gas pipeline project linking Greece...

Turkish Stream Gas Pipeline Does not Become ‘Victim’ of Russia-Turkey Tension

Russia currently has no plan to freeze the overall construction of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline as tension between Russia and Turkey continues over...

Greek Energy Minister Discusses Cooperation With Russian Ambassador

Greek Minister of Productive Reconstruction, Environment and Energy Panos Skourletis met with Russian Ambassador to Greece Andrei Maslov to discuss cooperation in the area...

Athens Concerned it May Be Excluded from TurkStream Gas Pipeline

Athens is concerned that it may be excluded from the Gazprom-backed construction of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline as Slovakia has proposed an alternative route...

Greek Energy Minister: European Intransigence Leads Negotiation to a Deadlock

"Europe's problem is not the cursed left party. It is the European intransigence that is leading the negotiation to a deadlock and not...

Tsipras-Putin Teleconference to Discuss Energy Matters

Russian President Vladimir Putin had a teleconference with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. The two leaders discussed energy issues and the gas pipeline project....

Greece, Bulgaria and Romania Agree on Constructing ‘Vertical Gas Corridor’

The Energy Ministers of Greece, Bulgaria and Romania agreed on the construction of a gas interconnection grid, which is scheduled to begin on March...

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