Russia makes further steps towards GHG emissions reduction

In one of our previous articles we provided an update on greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation in Russia covering, among other matters, the draft Russian law on reduction of GHG emissions. With active discussions regarding the EU carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) in the background,[1] the revised draft finally became law on 2 June 2021[2] (the … Read more

Decarbonisation of the LNG Supply Chain: challenges and the way forward

Why decarbonisation? Projections from various organisations all show a significant role for gas in the energy mix to meet global energy demand in 2050. Indeed, gas has widely been seen as a “transition fuel”; a bridge between an economy running on coal vs one running on renewables. However, increasingly the lifecycle emissions of gas as … Read more

Summary: Revised TEN-E Regulation – future financing of European energy infrastructure

The European Commission has announced this week a proposed revision of the Trans-European Networks for Energy Regulation (the TEN-E Regulation). The revision aims to bring European energy infrastructure in line with the EU’s new climate targets and the European Green Deal. Changes in technology and ambitions have required new infrastructure categories along with changes to … Read more

Revised TEN-E Regulation – future financing of European energy infrastructure

Background The primary driver behind the revision of the TEN-E Regulation is to align the regulation with the new European Green Deal. The European Green Deal aims to transform the EU into a fair and prosperous society with a modern, resource-efficient and competitive economy. The TEN-E Regulation is seen as a central instrument for the … Read more