The terminals on the island of Krk have gasified more than 9,700,000 cubic meters of LNG and delivered more than 6 billion cubic meters of natural gas to the Croatian transport system since the beginning of its commercial operation.
In the current gas year, 30 LNG carriers have been transshipped, and in the next two days, the last cargo intended for the terminal is expected to be transshipped in this gas year. In the same period, more than 2.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas were shipped to Croatia’s transport system, representing more than 71% of all quantities of natural gas entering the country’s transport system.
Greece: RES covered 140% of electricity demand
Renewable energy production in Greece increased to record levels on September 10, when it covered up to 140% of demand, with the surplus being exported. In the same period, the participation of lignite-fired power plants was reduced to zero, according to the data published by electricity transmission system operator ADMIE.
The increased production of electricity from wind and solar soared the share of RES in the Greek energy mix. For 10 consecutive hours, the production of electricity from RES was at record rates, covering the total demand by up to 140%. Throughout the day, the participation of lignite-fired electricity generation in the energy mix remained zero, keeping CO2 emissions from electricity generation at very low levels, and Greece exported significant amounts of electricity.