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9. Share of Renewables in Energy Consumption in the EU Still on the Rise to Almost 17% in 201514.03.2017   17:44 
In 2015, the share of energy from renewable sources in gross final consumption of energy reached 16.7% in the European Union (EU), nearly double 2004 (8.5%), the first year for which the data are available. The share of renewables in gross final consumption of energy is one of the headline indicators
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10. Gazprom Acquires Remaining 50% Stake in Nord Stream 2 AG07.02.2017   09:13 
Gazprom's board of directors February 4 formally approved the purchase for EUR 30 mn of the remaining 50% stake in Nord Stream 2 AG, the developer of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project to add an additional 55bn cub m/y of subsea gas transmission capacity between Russia and Germany, Natural Gas Europe
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11. Vattenfall Is Switching Its Whole Car Fleet to Electric Vehicles06.02.2017   17:11 
Swedish energy giant Vattenfall said that it will replace over 3.500 passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles in Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany by electric alternatives over a period of five years. Over a period of five years starting in January 2017, Vattenfall will gradually
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12. Gazprom’s October Exports Near Monthly Record03.11.2016   15:28 
Gazprom’s total gas exports to non-CIS states rose by 10% to 144bn cub. m in ten months, CEO Alexei Miller said, as quoted by Natural Gas World. Gas deliveries to Denmark rose 149.4%, to the Netherlands 91.8%, to the UK 54.6%, to Greece 47.3%, to Austria 27.5%, to France 20.4%,
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