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Energy crisis sires new European order: a strong Italy and ailing Germany

By Francesca Landini and Christoph Steitz MILAN/FRANKFURT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - In the weeks after Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, Claudio Descalzi, CEO of Italian energy major Eni ENI.MI , embarked on a whirlwind of trips to gas suppliers in Africa. The visits included meetings with officials in Algeria in February plus talks in Angola, Egypt and Republic of Congo in March, with Descalzi often accompanied by senior Rome officials, according to company and government releases.
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Gas crisis lands LNG cargo market in hands of energy giants

By Marwa Rashad and Chen Aizhu LONDON/SINGAPORE, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Rocketing LNG cargo prices have squeezed out dozens of smaller traders, concentrating the business in the hands of a handful of international energy majors and top global trading houses. This grip is not expected to ease until 2026 when more liquefied natural gas (LNG) starts to materialise and lower prices, adding to supply worries for poorer states reliant on it to generate power and driving up costs for big Asia economies.
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Italian govt plans rapid launch of regasification plant at Piombino

ROME, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The Italian government has approved plans for the rapid construction of a regasification terminal at Piombino, on the west coast of Italy, Prime Minister Mario Draghi said on Friday. The government has previously indicated it wants to have a new regasification vessel operational in Piombino by March 2023, despite fierce opposition from the local community, as it looks to make up for a shortfall of Russian gas imports.
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Europe braces for more cuts in Russian oil and gas exports

* CPC says two of three mooring points (SPM) suspended * One SPM can handle less than 70% of terminal capacity - sources * Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline to undergo maintenance * This content was produced in Russia where the law restricts coverage of Russian military operations in Ukraine MOSCOW, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Europe faces fresh disruption to energy supplies due to damage to a pipeline system bringing oil from Kazakhstan through Russia that was reported by the pipeline operator on Monday, addin
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Amid energy crisis, EU plans to help gas-rich Mozambique boost security

* EU plans $15 mln support to fight militants near gas projects * Move comes as EU scrambles to replace Russian energy imports * EU firms in the lead to exploit Mozambique's major gas reserves * Funds would cement Western support in area where Wagner operated By Francesco Guarascio JOHANNESBURG, Aug 16 (Reuters) - The European Union is planning a five-fold increase in financial support to an African military mission in Mozambique, an internal EU document shows, as Islamist attacks threaten gas p
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Adnoc Announces Second Gas Discovery From Offshore Block 2 Exploration Concession In Abu Dhabi

July 29 (Reuters) - ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL CO ADNOC.UL : * ADNOC ANNOUNCES SECOND GAS DISCOVERY FROM OFFSHORE BLOCK 2 EXPLORATION CONCESSION IN ABU DHABI * OPERATED BY ENI, DISCOVERY INDICATES A FURTHER 1 – 1.5 TSCF OF NATURAL GAS IN PLACE, FROM A DEEPER ZONE WHILE UNLOCKING A NEW RESERVOIR Further company coverage:
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Russia cuts gas flows further as Europe urges energy saving

By Christoph Steitz and Nina Chestney FRANKFURT/LONDON, July 27 (Reuters) - Russia delivered less gas to Europe on Wednesday in a further escalation of an energy stand-off between Moscow and the European Union that will make it harder, and costlier, for the bloc to fill up storage ahead of the winter heating season. The cut in supplies, flagged by Gazprom GAZP.MM earlier this week, has reduced the capacity of Nord Stream 1 pipeline - the major delivery route to Europe for Russian gas - to a mere
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Oil settles higher on U.S. inventory drop, Russia gas cuts

* * Nord Stream gas pipeline cuts supply more * Fed to unveil another big rate hike * U.S. crude inventories fell 4.5 million barrels last week -EIA (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments) By Laura Sanicola July 27 (Reuters) - Oil settled up more than $2 on Wednesday as a report of lower inventories in the United States and cuts in Russian gas flows to Europe offset concern about weaker demand and a U.S.
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Oil market reformer says Russian price cap would fail

* Montepeque helped design dominant oil pricing mechanism * Says Russia could stop selling oil, ask for higher bids * Says cap would lead to stampede for cheap crude By Dmitry Zhdannikov LONDON, July 18 (Reuters) - Market forces would quickly undermine any scheme to impose a price cap on Russian oil, one of the architects of benchmark global oil prices said, even if the United States and the European Union can convince top Asian importers to take part.
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Shell joins Qatar's LNG expansion mega-project

By Andrew Mills DOHA, July 5 (Reuters) - QatarEnergy on Tuesday signed a deal with Shell SHEL.L for the Gulf state's North Field East expansion, the first phase of the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, following agreements with TotalEnergies TOTF.PA , Exxon XOMN.N , ConocoPhillips COP.N and Eni ENI.MI . Shell will take a 6.25% stake in the North Field East expansion project, QatarEnergy CEO Saad al-Kaabi told a news conference.
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Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

June 30 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday: ** Shell SHEL.L said on Thursday it had suspended plans to sell its onshore oil assets in Nigeria, complying with a Supreme Court ruling that said it had to wait for the outcome of an appeal over a 2019 oil spill. ** Novartis NOVN.S prefers a spinoff of its generic drug unit over a potential sale to private equity firms, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday, citing people familiar wi
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With IPOs on ice, banks' stock offering fees plummet

* Worst quarter in 13 years for ECM deals * Fees down 74% in the quarter, 73% year to date * Fate of planned Porsche, Arm IPO still uncertain * Chinese banks take top spot in ECM league tables (Add details of De Nora IPO) By Andres Gonzalez, Echo Wang and Lucy Raitano June 30 (Reuters) - Recession fears and Russia's invasion of Ukraine sent a chill through equity capital markets (ECM) in the second quarter, depriving bankers of lucrative fees for arranging stock sales such as initial public offe
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With IPOs on ice, banks' stock offering fees plummet

* Worst quarter in 13 years for ECM deals * Fees down 74% in the quarter, 73% year to date * Fate of planned Porsche, Arm IPO still uncertain * Chinese banks take top spot in ECM league tables By Andres Gonzalez, Echo Wang and Lucy Raitano June 30 (Reuters) - Recession fears and Russia's invasion of Ukraine sent a chill through equity capital markets (ECM) in the second quarter, depriving bankers of lucrative fees for arranging stock sales such as initial public offerings (IPOs).
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Bank of Italy plays down talk of early Visco exit

(Recasts with Bank of Italy comment) ROME, June 28 (Reuters) - The Bank of Italy sought to douse talk that its governor Ignazio Visco could leave his post ahead of schedule in October after a newspaper report on Tuesday raised the prospect of a succession before the next general election. Daily Il Foglio said that Visco could step down a year early and allow the current government, led by former European Central Bank governor Mario Draghi, to appoint a high profile executive, such as ECB board m
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Italy approves $3.5 bln package to curb energy costs

(Updates with government approval, draft decree, background) By Giuseppe Fonte ROME, June 22 (Reuters) - Italy approved measures on Wednesday to help families and firms cope with surging energy costs and boost gas storage amid a Russian supply squeeze, ministers said. The package is worth around 3.3 billion euros ($3.50 billion), according to a draft seen by Reuters.
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Italy to present further measures to curb energy costs, boost gas storage

ROME, June 22 (Reuters) - Italy will present new measures on Wednesday to help families and firms cope with surging energy costs and boost gas storage amid a Russian supply squeeze, the office of Prime Minister Mario Draghi said. The package comes on top of more than 30 billion euros ($31.52 billion) budgeted since January to soften the impact of sky-high electricity, gas and petrol costs, which are weighing on the growth prospects of the euro zone's third-largest economy.
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EU signals shift to coal, accuses Russia of 'rogue moves' on gas

By Noah Browning and Nora Buli BRUSSELS/OSLO June 22 (Reuters) - The European Union will temporarily shift back to coal to cope with dwindling Russian gas flows without derailing longer term climate goals, an EU official said on Wednesday as a tight gas market and soaring prices set off a race for alternative fuels. European leaders have rounded on Russia as flows through its Nord Stream 1 pipeline were cut to just 40% of capacity, deepening an energy standoff after the invasion of Ukraine promp
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Germany risks recession as Russian gas crisis deepens

* More Europeans activate first stage of gas crisis plans * Surging gas price adds to policymakers' inflation headache * Slowing flows hinder efforts to refill storage for winter * 'We have a problem', says German regulator By Rachel More and Stine Jacobsen BERLIN/COPENHAGEN, June 21 (Reuters) - Germany faces certain recession if faltering Russian gas supplies stop completely, an industry body warned on Tuesday, and Italy said it would consider offering financial backing to help companies refill
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Europe may shift back to coal as Russia turns down gas flows

* Germany may take 'painful' move to fire up coal power * Italy, Austria also looking at burning more coal * Surging gas prices add to already rising inflation By Vera Eckert and Francesca Landini FRANKFURT/MILAN, June 20 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest Russian gas buyers raced to find alternative fuel supplies on Monday and could burn more coal to cope with reduced gas flows from Russia that threaten an energy crisis in winter if stores are not refilled.
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Slovak gas importer sees Russian deliveries cut by half on Friday

(updates to source to the company) June 17 (Reuters) - Slovak gas importer SPP was informed by Russia that its deliveries of gas would be reduced by half on Friday, the company said, in a pattern similar to other European importers of Russian gas. "Today, we expect that deliveries under our contract (with Russia's Gazprom) will be lower by approximately 50%," SPP spokesperson Ondrej Sebesta said, confirming earlier reports by Slovak media.
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