Russian gas transportation pipeline across Ukraine suspended

Russian gas transportation pipeline across Ukraine suspended

Information released by the operator of the Ukrainian gas transportation pipeline network indicates that the volume of Russian gas shipments transiting through Ukraine on that day may drop by a quarter due to the suspension of work at the Sokhranivka gas transit station located in Ukraine.
In Ukraine, Natural Gas Supply Is Sufficient for Daily Life

In Ukraine, Natural Gas Supply Is Sufficient for Daily Life

Ukraine Today Network reported on May 9 that Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal said that the current production and reserves of natural gas in Ukraine are sufficient to meet the needs of daily life.
Russia Threatens To Cut Off Gas to Poland After Country Declines To Pay in Rubles

Russia Threatens To Cut Off Gas to Poland After Country Declines To Pay in Rubles

04/26/2022 Russian energy giant Gazprom told Poland’s main natural gas supplier PGNiG it will stop all gas flows to the country on Wednesday, the company said Tuesday, a month after Poland and many other countries rejected Russia’s demand to pay for gas in rubles.
Broadcast| Communism China Are Seeking Cheap Russian Natural Gas Sanctioned By The World

Broadcast| Communism China Are Seeking Cheap Russian Natural Gas Sanctioned By The World

According to the Japan Times on Apr 4th, it was reported that CCP was seeking to import Russian cheap liquefied natural gas (LNG) which has been shunned by the market because of the imposed sanctions. People with knowledge of the matter revealed that state-owned companies Sinopec and PetroChina were in discussions with suppliers to buy spot cargoes from Russia at a deep discount. They were considering using Russian firms to participate in LNG purchase tenders and hide their procurement plans from the international community. This mimicked what CCP’s oil refiners did in the last few weeks and they had already purchased several LNG shipments.
International | The Baltic States First Give Up Russian Gas Without Fear of Putin’s Threat

International | The Baltic States First Give Up Russian Gas Without Fear of Putin’s Threat

Economic sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine have made it impossible for Russia to trade in US dollars. On March 31, Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened the companies from "unfriendly countries and regions" to Russia and asked them to open ruble accounts in Russian banks so as to pay for natural gas. Otherwise the existing contracts will be suspended and supplies will be cut off.
Communism China Are Seeking Cheap Russian Natural Gas Sanctioned By The World

Communism China Are Seeking Cheap Russian Natural Gas Sanctioned By The World

According to the Japan Times on Apr 4th, it was reported that CCP was seeking to import Russian cheap liquefied natural gas (LNG) which has been shunned by the market because of the imposed sanctions. People with knowledge of the matter revealed that state-owned companies Sinopec and PetroChina were in discussions with suppliers to buy spot cargoes from Russia at a deep discount. They were considering using Russian firms to participate in LNG purchase tenders and hide their procurement plans from the international community. This mimicked what CCP’s oil refiners did in the last few weeks and they had already purchased several LNG shipments.
Sakura Current Affairs|Putin Uses Natural Gas to Retaliate Against the West

Sakura Current Affairs|Putin Uses Natural Gas to Retaliate Against the West

On March 31, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a presidential decree announcing that foreign buyers of natural gas produced in Russia must pay in rubles or face suspension of gas contracts as of April 1. The G7 refused to pay in rubles, which might increase the possibilities of cutting off gas supplies to Japan, the US and Europe.
The EU Is Preparing New Sanctions Against Russia in Retaliation for Paying Gas in Rubles

The EU Is Preparing New Sanctions Against Russia in Retaliation for Paying Gas in Rubles

Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on Gettr Translated by: MOS Education Team – Master LL The EU Commission is preparing to impose new sanctions on the Kremlin over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, EU sources told Reuters on Wednesday, with the strength of the new measures depending on Russia’s stance on paying for gas in rubles. Russian President
U.S. and Europe Reach LNG Supply Deal to Reduce Europe’s Dependence on Russian Energy

U.S. and Europe Reach LNG Supply Deal to Reduce Europe’s Dependence on Russian Energy

On March 25, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and U.S. President Joe Biden co-signed an agreement in Brussels in which the United States will supply at least 15 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to European countries by the end of 2022 in order to reduce this regions’ dependence on Russian fuel imports.
To Wean Off Dependence On Russian Energy, EU Asks Countries To Stockpile Natural Gas

To Wean Off Dependence On Russian Energy, EU Asks Countries To Stockpile Natural Gas

The European Union, eager to wean itself off Russian energy after Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, mandated that countries stockpile natural gas ahead of a demanding winter.
Russia’s Putin Meets China’s Xi in Beijing

Russia’s Putin Meets China’s Xi in Beijing

02/02/2022 To please Russia, Xi Jinping is willing to sell out his people again: Vladimir Putin meets Xi Jinping ahead of the Winter Olympics and announces Russia’s new deal to supply China with 10 billion cubic meters of natural gas from its Far East.
11/27 Galaxy News: Japan To Tighten Border Controls On 6 African Countries From Saturday; Defense Spending Of 77 Billion Yen In The Supplementary Budget

11/27 Galaxy News: Japan To Tighten Border Controls On 6 African Countries From Saturday; Defense Spending Of 77 Billion Yen In The Supplementary Budget

11/27 Galaxy News: Japan To Tighten Border Controls On 6 African Countries From Saturday; Defense Spending Of 77 Billion Yen In The Supplementary Budget
CCP Energy Company Wants To Buy U.S. Natural Gas

CCP Energy Company Wants To Buy U.S. Natural Gas

Reuters reported on Oct. 15 that sources have disclosed that major Chinese energy companies are negotiating natural gas supply contracts with U.S. suppliers.