Tuesday, January 17, 2017

8th Mediterranean Oil and Gas Forum 2017 - Nicocia

U.S. Energy Stream will organize the 8th Mediterranean Oil and Gas Forum 2017 on 1 & 2 March, 2017, at the Hilton Cyprus in Nicosia, Cyprus.

The recent upstream gas discoveries in Cyprus, Israel, and Egypt and Lebanon reflect the future growth of hydrocarbons in the region. The Forum is a unique opportunity for energy leaders to engage in a productive dialogue with government decision makers and international investors.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Cyprus matters: An open letter to the new U.N. secretary-general

Friday, January 13, 2017

Total’s Cyprus Block 11 could rival Egypt’s Zohr discovery, IHS Markit says

Driven by the success of Eni’s major Zohr field gas discovery offshore Egypt in 2015, companies are rethinking the Eastern Mediterranean region’s gas potential, according to new analysis from IHS Markit. Total’s announcement that it will drill a 2017 exploration well in its deepwater Block 11 located offshore Cyprus indicates the growing interest in the wider region.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Gas future hinges on regional cooperation, and Cyprus solution

IF COUNTRIES in the Eastern Mediterranean do not resolve their political differences and learn how to share infrastructure, most of the natural gas in the region will stay in the ground, a top US energy official has warned.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Can Cyprus become a regional energy hub?

Frequently we hear of Cyprus’ aspiration to become a regional energy hub. Turkey flirts more prominently with the idea while Egypt more recently voiced serious interest. Considering the economic importance of energy hubs not only for the host country but to the world’s economy, it is instructive to explore what an energy hub is and what it takes to establish one.

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Natural gas market ‘mystery’ floats in the Mediterranean

A liquefied natural gas tanker plying the waters of the Mediterranean has created a guessing game for energy traders.

The Maran Gas Delphi has taken a meandering course after loading up on U.S. shale gas a month ago at Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana. The ship anchored off the coast of Greece for several days, prompting speculation that it would deliver its supplies to a port in the region. Instead, the tanker is now bound for the Red Sea, raising the prospect that it may instead travel to the Middle East or Southeast Asia.