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Could Germany keep its nuclear plants running?

(Recasts June 22 explainer, updates links) FRANKFURT, Aug 18 (Reuters) - German utilities have said they may operate the country's three remaining nuclear reactors beyond their scheduled year-end closure date, but it is up to Berlin to get the ball rolling. Power grid operators are currently stress testing the transmission system to assess the risks of an escalation in the the Russian gas supply crisis as winter approaches, with the results expected shortly.
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How Russian gas crisis took toll on Germany's Uniper

FRANKFURT, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Germany's Uniper UN01.DE is the most high profile corporate casualty of Europe's energy crunch. It alleges that its long-term Russian partner Gazprom GAZP.MM has brought it to the brink of insolvency by withholding gas. Describing itself as a "pawn" in the crisis triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Germany's largest importer of Russian gas last month received a 15 billion euro government bailout so it could afford to buy elsewhere.
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Germany says undecided on nuclear plants extension

BERLIN, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Germany's government denied a media report on Tuesday that it had decided to postpone the closure of its last three nuclear power plants, saying it would make its final decision once it received the results of ongoing stress tests. The plants are due to be shut down by the end of the year under legislation introduced by the government of former Chancellor Angela Merkel following the meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan in 2011. But debate is intense in Germ
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Germany has not decided yet on extending nuclear plants - spokesperson

BERLIN, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Germany's government denied a media report on Tuesday that it had already decided to keep its last three nuclear power plants running beyond the end of the year, saying it would make its final deliberation once it had received the results of ongoing stress tests. "The government has not yet made any decision about how to deal with the three remaining German nuclear power plants after the end of this year," a spokesperson told Reuters.
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Uniper shares slide after ditching forecast, seeks state help

BERLIN, June 30 (Reuters) - Shares in German gas and power utility Uniper UN01.DE fell sharply on Thursday after the company late on Wednesday withdrew its 2022 outlook as a victim of Russian gas supply restrictions which limit its leeway in a tight market with run-away prices. At 0740 GMT, Uniper shares in the midcaps .MDAXI index stood 21% lower.
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Reactions to Germany's move to declare gas alarm stage

FRANKFURT, June 23 (Reuters) - Germany on Thursday triggered the "alarm stage" of its emergency gas plan following a drop in Russian supplies, but for now will not permit utilities to pass on soaring costs to consumers. Following are comments from the government, companies, and industry groups: ROBERT HABECK, GERMAN ECONOMY MINISTER: "Even if gas volumes can still be procured on the market and are still being stored: The situation is serious and winter will come.
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Reactions to Germany's move to declare gas alarm stage

FRANKFURT, June 23 (Reuters) - Germany on Thursday triggered the "alarm stage" of its emergency gas plan following a drop in Russian supplies, but for now will not permit utilities to pass on soaring costs to consumers. Following are comments from the government, companies, and industry groups: ROBERT HABECK, GERMAN ECONOMY MINISTER: "Even if gas volumes can still be procured on the market and are still being stored: The situation is serious and winter will come.
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Reactions to Germany's move to declare gas alarm stage

FRANKFURT, June 23 (Reuters) - Germany on Thursday triggered the "alarm stage" of its emergency gas plan following a drop in Russian supplies, but for now will not permit utilities to pass on soaring costs to consumers. Following are comments from the government, companies, and industry groups: ROBERT HABECK, GERMAN ECONOMY MINISTER: "Even if gas volumes can still be procured on the market and are still being stored: The situation is serious and winter will come.
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Reactions to Germany's move to declare gas alarm stage

FRANKFURT, June 23 (Reuters) - Germany on Thursday triggered the "alarm stage" of its emergency gas plan following a drop in Russian supplies, but did not allow utilities to pass on soaring costs to consumers for now. Following are reactions from the government, industry and companies: GERMAN ECONOMY MINISTER ROBERT HABECK: "Even if gas volumes can still be procured on the market and are still being stored: The situation is serious and winter will come.
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Germany triggers gas alarm stage, accuses Russia of 'economic attack'

* West, Russia in energy standoff since Ukraine invasion * German minister warns of 'rocky road' ahead * Minister does not rule out gas rationing * Says market threatened by 'Lehman Brothers' moment * Alarm stage decision does not change status quo: E.ON * Risk of full disruption growing: EU's Timmermans By Holger Hansen and Vera Eckert BERLIN, June 23 (Reuters) - Germany triggered the "alarm stage" of its emergency gas plan on Thursday in response to falling Russian supplies but stopped short o
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Germany looks to speed up green hydrogen development in Australia

By Sonali Paul MELBOURNE, May 27 (Reuters) - Germany wants to speed up its green hydrogen work with Australia as the country's effort to ditch fossil fuels has become more urgent after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Germany's research minister said on Friday. The Ukraine war, which Moscow calls a "special operation", has highlighted the reliance of Germany and the Europe Union on Russian fossil fuels and turned energy security into a major issue for many countries around the world.
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Germany's TES accelerates plan for gas import terminal

FRANKFURT, March 30 (Reuters) - Germany's Tree Energy Solutions (TES), backed by Belgian firm AtlasInvest, said on Wednesday it would accelerate plans for a gas import terminal to be built at the northern German port of Wilhelmshaven in partnership with E.ON EONGn.DE . It said it was bringing the project forward by about two years because of an energy crisis, which has been fuelled by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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Russia's gas supply to Europe at risk as rouble deadline nears

* Russia to present rouble payment mechanism on Thursday * Europeans states, G7 reject Russian rouble demands * European gas prices rise on supply concerns By Nina Chestney FRANKFURT/LONDON, March 29 (Reuters) - Russia said it would work out practical arrangements by Thursday for foreign companies to pay for its gas in roubles, raising the probability of supply disruptions as Western nations have so far rejected Moscow's demand for a currency switch.
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Russia gas supply to Europe at risk as rouble deadline nears

By Christoph Steitz and Nina Chestney FRANKFURT/LONDON, March 29 (Reuters) - Russia said it would work out practical arrangements by Thursday for foreign companies to pay for its gas in roubles, raising the probability of supply disruptions as Western nations have so far rejected Moscow's demand for a currency switch. President Vladimir Putin's order last week to charge "unfriendly" countries in roubles for Russian gas has boosted the currency after it fell to all-time lows when the West imposed
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E.ON CEO says Germany would need 3 yrs to become independent of Russian gas

FRANKFURT, March 28 (Reuters) - Germany would need three years to organise alternative gas supplies to become independent of gas from Russia, the chief executive of utility E.ON EONGn.DE said on Monday, as Germany pushes back against demands by Moscow to be paid in roubles for its gas. "We would estimate that it would require a period of three years," E.ON CEO Leonhard Birnbaum told German TV news programme Tagesthemen on Monday, when asked how fast Germany could wean itself off Russian gas.
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"What a mess"

A look at the day ahead in markets from Julien Ponthus. Global markets surged overnight as traders hailed China's pledge to support its economy, chased an elusive breakthrough for a ceasefire in Ukraine and saluted a hawkish interest rate lift-off by the U.S. Federal Reserve. Yet, despite the positive mood this morning, the market turmoil triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine isn't going away.
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A (potentially) historic day

A look at the day ahead in markets from Dhara Ranasinghe. The day ahead is all about the United States and Russia and possibly it's also a day of firsts, for very different reasons. So, where do we start? Well, let's go with the least complicated and that's the United States, where the Federal Reserve is widely tipped to deliver a 25 basis point rate hike in what would be its first increase in three years.
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Germany vetoes nuclear power extension, aims for LNG terminal in 2024

* Germany looked a short-term, mid-term scenarios * Risks, costs of life-time extension outweigh benefits * EnBW, RWE, E.ON operate Germany's last nuclear plants BERLIN, March 8 (Reuters) - Germany on Tuesday poured cold water on extending the life-span of its nuclear plants to help cut its reliance on Russian gas, saying it needed instead to build up alternative energy sources at "Tesla speed".
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Germany steps up efforts to cut Russian energy reliance

* Security of supply must be safeguarded, says Habeck * RWE open to idea of continuing use of coal-fired power plants (Recasts, combines comments on LNG, coal) By Markus Wacket, Christoph Steitz and Tom Käckenhoff BERLIN, March 2 (Reuters) - Germany on Wednesday took more steps to diversify its energy supplies in a bid to cut dependence on key supplier Russia, announcing a 1.5 billion euro order for non-Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) and slowing its exit from coal.
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Ukraine-Russia crisis forces Germany to rethink coal exit

By Markus Wacket BERLIN, March 2 (Reuters) - Germany would consider a slower exit from coal-powered energy should Russia stop gas deliveries to Europe in response to sanctions over its invasion of Ukraine, Economy Minister Robert Habeck said on Wednesday. The remarks on public radio Deutschlandfunk are another sign of how the crisis in Ukraine has upended Germany's planned transition toward carbon neutrality, forcing the government to reconsider its planned nuclear and coal exits.
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