Cyprus LNG plant vs EastMed pipeline

Proponents of the East Med pipeline unrealistically believed the project would forge an economic alliance and create vested interests to leverage the defence and security of Greece, primarily, and Cyprus. This belief

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LNG import chaos was predictable

The Auditor-General (AG) took the unprecedented step of issuing a statement, more or less proclaiming the delayed LNG import project risks becoming the victim of ‘blackmail’. The AG’s comments are very serious

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LNG terminal will be ready summer 2023

Cyprus Energy Minister Natasa Pilides is confident the €300 mln Vasiliko LNG import terminal will be completed in the summer of 2023, despite contractors threatening to pull out over extra costs. In

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Cyprus one step closer to importing LNG

Cyprus’ Natural Gas Public Company (DEFA) has completed the first phase tender process for securing the supply of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) for power generation. Nineteen interested suppliers were selected for the

Cyprus launches costliest energy project

Cyprus started building its first natural gas import terminal towards a cleaner, cheaper energy future after President Nicos Anastasiades laid the foundation stone at Vasiliko, Larnaca marking “a milestone in modern Cypriot

Cyprus takes first step into LNG era

Cyprus takes its first step into the natural gas era on Thursday when President Nicos Anastasiades lays the foundation stone of the island’s first LNG terminal at Vasiliko, Larnaca. The €289 mln