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By Rhod Mackenzie

Sweden has concluded its investigation into the bombing of the Nord Stream pipelines and found no evidence of its involvement. Analyst believe that the perpetrators will not be identified based on the ongoing investigations in Denmark and Germany. Meanwhile, the damage caused by...

Russia expects its pipeline gas exports to recover by almost a fifth this year, partially offsetting the loss of most of its European customers through higher shipments to China.

Gas shipments via pipelines to foreign markets will reach 108 billion cubic meters this year, up from 91.4 billion cubi...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, Alexander Novak, stated on January 27th that Russia is prepared to supply gas to Europe and negotiate the terms of delivery.

Novak expressed his willingness to continue gas supplies to Europe beyond the current contract, whic...

By Rhod Mackenzie

By the end of 2023, Gazprom will have increased gas supplies to China by 1.5 times compared to last year. The head of the company, Alexei Miller, announced this on 27th December during a working meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"This year, gas supplies to China wil...

By Rhod Mackenzie

According to Pavel Zavalny, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Energy and President of the Russian Gas Society, the supply of Russian gas to the European market is contingent on the implementation of the Turkish gas hub. Without it, the EU's prospects for the supply Russian...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The supply of gas via pipelines to Europe from Russia for many years was consistent andstable in both pricing and the volumes. However, after the significant decision to halt the supply of Russian pipeline gas to the European the supply and price situation has worsened considerab...