The big question is what role natural gas will play in the changes in the global energy market, says the CEO of MET International. György Vargha explains why it is so important to manage risks in an integrated way.
Namibia and Guyana-focused explorer Eco Atlantic has announced a move into renewables, in southern Europe.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for negotiations over gas exploration rights for Turkey in the eastern Mediterranean as EU leaders consider sanctions.
Energean expects its Karish gas project in Israel to reach first gas in the fourth quarter of 2021 and the Edison E&P deal to close this December.
Greece seeks halt to EU-Turkey customs union after vessel carries out seismic survey in disputed waters
Greece is stepping up diplomatic efforts to mobilize European Union partners against Turkey, as Ankara continues its energy prospecting in contested waters of the eastern Mediterranean.
A number of states have signed an agreement formalising the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF).
Turkey’s Oruç Reis seismic ship has returned to port to resupply, the country’s energy ministry has said.
After weeks of tensions in the eastern Mediterranean, Greece and Turkey have signalled a willingness to start talks aimed at resolving a long-standing sea dispute tied to potentially lucrative offshore gas deposits.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas urged Greece and Turkey to restart talks over their competing claims to economic sovereignty in contested waters of the eastern Mediterranean as he visits the NATO allies on Tuesday.
Greece's prime minister has warmly thanked France for boosting its military presence in the eastern Mediterranean.
Turkey has issued a new navigational warning – navtex – on waters also claimed by Greece.
Egypt and Greece have signed an agreement on how to divide territorial waters, a move swiftly condemned by Turkey.
IGI Poseidon has invited companies to submit plans for the offshore parts of the proposed EastMed gas pipeline, which will run from the southeast Mediterranean into Europe via Greece and Cyprus.
The purchase of Edison E&P will provide Energean with insulation from oil price volatility, although the company has trimmed its capital expenditure plans in 2020.
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will on Thursday sign an accord for the construction of the Eastern Mediterranean natural gas pipeline.
The decision from Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA) to sign a deal on a maritime border with Turkey has sparked condemnation from other east Mediterranean states.
The search for natural gas off Cyprus is accelerating, with several companies due to drill new wells to confirm recent discoveries, test prospects and develop known resources.
The Trump administration said it won’t renew waivers that let countries buy Iranian oil without facing U.S. sanctions, a move that roiled energy markets and risks upsetting major importers such as China and India.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has filed a lawsuit in Greece over extensive pollution along Athens’ coastline following the sinking of a tanker near the port of Piraeus.
A joint venture involving ExxonMobil and Total has contacted the Greek Government to express an interest in exploring two blocks off Crete.
Energean Oil and Gas will farm out a 60% interest in two of its assets onshore Greece to Repsol.
Energean Oil & Gas plans to build its own production system in the Eastern Mediterranean at a cost of up to $1.5billion to tap two offshore Israeli gas fields.
Greece is reportedly looking to keep a majority stake in its gas grid operator DESFA and sell only a small holding to investors.
The European Commission (EC) has given the go-ahead for Greece's support mechanism for renewable electricity after saying it aligns with EU state aid rules.
Greece has named a consortium of Total, Hellenic Petroleum and Itaky's Edison as the preferred bidder for an offshore gas drilling block in the west of the country.