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The unconventional gas suppliers from Europe need subsidies from government to become attractive on the market.

The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies in collaboration with the SBC Energy Institute has published a study on unconventional gas in Europe. The study "Can unconventional gas be a game changer in European gas markets?” concludes that unconventional gas development will not be a game changer for European gas markets overall. However, it could have a significant impact in individual countries, although probably not in this decade.

read more... 27/12/2010

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SaskPower: leader in renewable energy

SaskPower is one of the biggest suppliers of electricity of the province Saskatchewan, Canada, including almost 2500 employees. The company operates several coal-fired power stations, hydroelectric stations, five natural gas stations and two wind facilities.

read more... 27/12/2010

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Great Britain increases gas and electricity prices.

UK's biggest energy supplier British Gas is about to increase its domestic gas and electricity prices by 7% from December 10.

read more... 15/11/2010

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Europe natural gas demand seems to recover.

European natural gas demand could increase this year, recovering last year's decrease, but the forecasts for natural gas suppliers still remain uncertain.

read more... 11/11/2010

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European gas distributors to negotiate new prices with Gazprom

The German energy company E.ON is negotiating new prices for its subsidiary Ruhrgas from its supplier Gazprom.

read more... 23/08/2010

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