EAC ready for mixed-energy era

The Electricity Authority of Cyprus is ready to cross the new energy era threshold, marked by the arrival of natural gas and the development of Renewable Energy Sources (RES), said EAC Chairman

EastMed gas pipeline can be ready in 2025

The ambitious €6 bln EastMed natural gas pipeline could be built and ready within the next five years, Israeli Energy Yuval Steinitz told the Cyprus News Agency in an interview. “In Israel,


Cyprus to chair East Med Gas Forum

Cyprus will assume the first official Presidency of the Cairo-based Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) on January 2022, following Egypt’s inaugural term. It was decided at the fourth ministerial EMGF meeting in


Parliament to ratify East Med Gas Forum statute

The House Committee on Foreign Affairs has agreed to ratify the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) statute at the plenum on Thursday. Energy Minister Natasa Pilides told CNA after the parliamentary meeting

Future of East Med gas hangs in the balance

The future of East Med gas markets will be decided in the next couple of months, based on the outcome of the EU-Turkey discussions and the ongoing integration of the EMGF countries. 

COVID19: Cyprus gas search to resume in mid-2021

Cyprus’ stalled oil and gas exploration programme will resume in mid-2021, although the pandemic has made drilling projects “increasingly complex,” said Energy Minister Natasa Pilides. With the outbreak of the pandemic energy

Energean sells more Israeli gas

Energean has signed two new Gas Sales and Purchase Agreements worth $2.5 bln which, combined, represent quantities of up to 1.4 bcm/yr, increasing total firm contracted gas sales from its flagship Karish

East Med Gas Forum will become international body

The fledgeling East Med Gas Forum (EMGF) will evolve into a recognised international body after Cyprus along with the rest of its members sign the founding charter on 22 September. Following the

Energy majors have not given up on Cyprus gas

Energy Minister Natasa Pilides has assured that international companies active in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone are moving ahead with their plans to explore for oil and gas despite the pandemic. Addressing Tuesday’s 

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