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Enagás Receives EU Support For The Development Of 16 LNG And Hydrogen Vehicle Supply Points

The European Union has given Enagás the green light to develop 15 refueling stations for LNG vehicles and one for hydrogen. This move is within the framework of the ‘ECO-net’ project, coordinated by the Spanish energy company. The project has a global budget of approximately 13 million euros. These supply points – the hydrogen one will be the first in Spain at 700 bar pressure – will be distributed along the Spanish corridors of the Trans-European Transport Network.


Enagás And BP Join Forces To Boost Promotion Of LNG And CNG In Transport And Renewable Gases

Enagás and BP Oil España have signed an agreement to promote emission reduction projects in Spain. Their objective is to boost the role of renewable gases in the energy mix, helping to reduce the carbon footprint. So Enagás, through its subsidiary Scale Gas, will roll out LNG and CNG sale points in BP’s filling stations’ network, promoting the use of a low emission energy source as fuel in the automotive sector.


Ministry of Ecological Transition answers CNMC

After the response of the Ministry of Ecological Transition, Enagas and REE remain underweight

Santander Corporate & Investment | The Ministry of Ecological Transition has published its response to the regulator´s (CNMC) proposals for changes to the rules on the gas and electricity transportation and distribution networks and gas storage installations. Based on the four documents presented in CNMC before the 9 August deadline, the Ministry values the regulator´s proposals favourably.






Enagas thinking about investing a billion euros in US listed company

Enagas Thinking About Investing €1 Bn In US Listed Company

The Spanish gas system operator, Enagas, is exploring its options of buying shares in the US listed company Tallgrass Energy. According to various sources in the sector, the public company, whose main shareholder is the state through SEPI, has been working discreetly on this operation since last November. In any case, the process is at a preliminary stage, and there are others interested in the US company.


Big power companies invested over €11 Bn in Spain between 2016 and 2018

Santander revises its recommendation for regulated companies with the new Spanish government

Santander | The arrival of the new government in Spain is good news for the gas and electricity markets, given that it is probable that it will respect the regulatory periods; it appears more focused on the spirit of the law (“fair returns”) than on the application of methodologies (differential over 10 year bonds) and it has the intention of reinforcing the role of the CNMC as an independent regulator.