Greece’s Energean Oil & Gas — which is building a portfolio of mostly gas-focused Mediterranean assets — is keen to join Cyprus’ energy search, its CEO Mathios Rigas told S&P Global Platts.
Cypriot students studying in Athens are trying to find a last-minute ticket home in an effort to beat the government’s restrictive entry measures to be activated on Monday evening. Measures, which essentially
After a 15-year absence from the international exploration scene, Greece made an impressive comeback with the introduction of a new legal and regulatory framework for hydrocarbon exploration and production in 2011, with
Cyprus has sent a team of 22 anti-riot police officers to assist Greece in handling the migrant crisis at the country’s border with Turkey at Evros river as tensions rise. The police
Companies from Germany and Spain are interested to bid for the Cyprus-Greece ferry link that will be reinstated after 20 years, but the outcome depends on EU competition approval, the junior minister
Cyprus Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy Kyriakos Kokkinos and Greek counterpart Christos Dimas have discussed joint synergies and partnerships to deepen and broaden cooperation in these fields. Kokkinos said
EU ministers unanimously approved a six-point plan to help Greece respond to migratory pressure on its borders with Turkey while expressing full solidarity with Cyprus and Bulgaria “which may be similarly affected”.
Greek firm Energean is to acquire Total’s stake in Block 2, offshore Western Greece, providing further exploration opportunities in its core area of the Eastern Mediterranean with limited financial exposure. The Israel
Greek and French Defence Ministers agreed to work together to deter Turkey’s illegal actions in the Eastern Mediterranean during their meeting in Athens. Greece’s Nikos Panagiotopoulos and France’s Florence Parly said on
Nicosia is doing its best to have a Cyprus-Greece passenger ferry link operational by the summer but the case is tangled up in EU state financing rules, said the Deputy Ministry of