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European Nations are Increasing Electricity Generation Using No-Carbon Sources

September 26, 2014 by U.S. EIA: Today in Energy
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European Energy Generation

Penetration rates of no-carbon generation have increased from 50% to 56% in recent years in Europe. Increasing levels of renewable generation, along with nuclear generation, mean that many European countries generate a large share of their electricity from no-carbon sources.[read more]

In Ukraine Crisis Wake: Geopolitics and a Case for European LNG Import Terminals

August 5, 2014 by Roman Kilisek
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Ukraine Crisis and European LNG Imports

The global LNG supply options are broadening with new LNG export projects – both under construction and proposed – mushrooming especially in Australia, the US, Canada, Papua New Guinea, Mozambique, Tanzania, etc.. A severe competition in the global LNG market is in the not so distant future.[read more]

Energy Quote of the Day: 'It Would be to Europe's Detriment to Ditch the Workhorses of Its Energy System...'

June 14, 2014 by Jared Anderson

European Energy Systems and Sources

Breaking Energy covered the G7 energy ministers’ meeting in Rome. Back on the agenda thanks to the Ukraine crisis was European energy security, which is a topic of continuous deliberation, failed attempts at improving the European status quo such as the Nabucco pipeline project and, above all, complacency.[read more]

Friday Energy Facts: Norway Supplies More than 20% of Europe's Natural Gas Needs

May 23, 2014 by U.S. EIA: Today in Energy

Norway Fuel Exports

Norway is the world's third-largest natural gas exporter. In 2013, Norway supplied 21% of total European natural gas needs. Norway's natural gas reaches the Continent mainly via its extensive export pipeline infrastructure, while a small fraction is exported as liquefied natural gas by tanker.[read more]