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10 апреля, 12:17

Customers face above-inflation price hike as British Gas raises bills by 5.5%

Average home to now pay on average £1,161 a year as supplier blames rising wholesale prices and green subsidiesMillions of British Gas customers will see their energy bills rise by 5.5% to an average £1,161 a year, sparking criticism from the government and consumer groups.Ministers called the hike unjustified and said they were disappointed by the move. Continue reading...

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27 марта, 10:01

I left Sainsbury’s Energy last year but it keeps inflating my final bill

Two readings but one less digit has taken what I owe from £32 to £1,841In September 2017 I left Sainsbury’s Energy after 18 months as a customer. During that period, my gas meter was read twice and I was told I was paying the right amount. I was given a closing balance of £32.Fast forward to this February and I was staggered to receive a new final bill from Sainsbury’s for £1,841. I complained and was sent an amended bill for £1,079. The firm claimed that although the meter had been read twice, it had been read incorrectly – it was a six-digit model and there were only five spaces on the form. I have now been given a third final bill of £448, but have no idea how this has been calculated. LC, Surbiton Continue reading...

27 марта, 02:05

Poland Detains Official On Russian Spying Allegations

Authored by Irina Slav via OilPrice.com, The Polish secret services have detained a government official on allegations he had been spying for Russia, informing Moscow about Poland’s plans on how to put the brakes on the Nord Stream 2 gas project. Reuters reports that the official, identified as Marek W., was responsible for energy projects and fed information about Warsaw’s plans to block Nord Stream 2 to Russian intelligence officers under diplomatic cover at the Russian embassy in Poland. The central European country, along with Ukraine and the three Baltic States, is the most vocal opponent of Nord Stream 2, arguing it would increase Europe’s dependence on Russian gas. Recently, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel and Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki clashed over Nord Stream 2, which will ship Russian gas to Germany, bypassing Ukraine. According to Merkel, Nord Stream 2 will diversify European natural gas supplies, but Morawiecki - and many other top EU officials - believe it will only deepen the EU’s dependence on Russian gas. In January, Morawiecki asked Washington to impose sanctions on Nord Stream 2, which was in tune with former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s view of the project as a threat to European energy security. Poland is already taking measures to reduce its own dependence on Russian gas as it seeks to block the project. It last year signed a five-year LNG supply deal with Centrica, with the gas to be delivered from Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass terminal and is planning more deals like that to diversify its gas supplies. At the same time Germany is in urgent need of more gas as it plans to phase out coal power plants as well as nuclear ones. Europe’s largest economy is already by far Gazprom’s biggest client in Europe. Nord Stream 2 will increase total gas shipments to the continent by more than 50 billion cubic meters annually, most of which will go to Germany.

19 марта, 12:28

Обзор финансово-экономической прессы: НАТО переезжает в новую штаб-квартиру стоимостью в 1,2 млрд евро

ВВС ЦИК объявил предварительные итоги выборов. У Путина - 76,66% Центральная избирательная комиссия России огласила предварительные итоги президентских выборов. Действующий глава государства Владимир Путин получил 76,66% - больше, чем когда-либо в своей жизни. "По результатам предварительной обработки Владимир Путин победил на выборах, набрав беспрецедентное количество голосов", - заявила Глава ЦИК Элла Памфилова. Wall Street Journal Следующие шесть лет Путина Что ж, это был напряженный момент. В воскресенье Владимир Путин переизбрался еще на один шестилетний срок на посту президента России, собрав всего 76,6% голосов, по данным государственных экзит-поллов до окончательного подсчета голосов, - пишет The Wall Street Journal. Современный сильный лидер должен выглядеть так, будто он все еще любим народом. Путин заранее устранил самого серьезного конкурента, Алексея Навального, и было бы странно, если бы он не смог организовать достаточную явку, говорится в статье. Sunday Times Конфликт с Россией угрожает поставкам газа Закупки газа у стран Ближнего Востока или России сопряжены с риском. События этой недели свидетельствуют о масштабе этих потенциальных рисков для Великобритании и Западной Европы в целом. В прошлом году правительство одобрило план компании Centrica закрыть газохранилище, которое используется уже на протяжении 32 лет. РБК В Венесуэле из-за дефицита наличности появилась альтернативная валюта В Венесуэле появились «мини-центральные банки», выпускающие местные валюты. Об этом заявил глава финансового комитета Национального собрания страны Хосе Герра, передает El Nacional. По его словам, появление новых валют вызвано гиперинфляцией и дефицитом наличных денег. В Twitter парламентарий опубликовал фото выпущенной в городе Элорза одноименной валюты. По его словам, деньги печатает местная мэрия. Bloomberg. Новак рассказал, когда Россия выйдет из сделки с ОПЕК Министр энергетики России Александр Новак заявил, что Россия рассмотрит возможность постепенного выхода из сделки ОПЕК+ после восстановления баланса на международном рынке. Об этом сообщает Bloomberg. «Как только наша цель - балансировка рынка - будет достигнута, мы начнем рассматривать возможность постепенного выхода из сделки», - сказал Новак. Он подчеркнул, что восстановление баланса на нефтяном рынке может произойти, начиная с третьего квартала 2018 года. DW Вашингтон и Пхеньян ведут переговоры об освобождении трех граждан США Пхеньян ведет переговоры с Вашингтоном и Стокгольмом о возможности освобождения трех граждан США, удерживающихся на территории КНДР. Как в воскресенье, 18 марта, передала корпорация общественного вещания Южной Кореи MBC, соответствующие договоренности "практически достигнуты". Речь идет об американских гражданах Ким Хак Соне, Ким Сан Дуке и Ким Дон Чхоле. Как уточняет телекомпания со ссылкой на южнокорейских дипломатов, на данном этапе обсуждаются сроки предстоящего освобождения. НАТО переезжает в новую штаб-квартиру стоимостью в 1,2 млрд евро В понедельник, 19 марта, НАТО начинает переезд в новую штаб-квартиру, стоимость которой оценивается приблизительно в 1,2 млрд евро, сообщает агентство dpa. Здание находится неподалеку от предыдущей штаб-квартиры альянса в Брюсселе. Как сообщил представитель НАТО, перевод 4000 сотрудников и дипломатов на новую штаб-квартиру должен занять примерно три месяца. В мае 2017 года в новом здании уже проходили мероприятия в рамках саммита НАТО. Изначально переезд организации был запланирован на 2017 год. Однако его пришлось отложить из-за проблем с сетевой инфраструктурой. Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

14 марта, 12:00

UK Gas Crisis: Out Of The Frying Pan Into The Fire

Authored by Kent Moors via OilPrice.com, For the ministers and officials assembled, it was an embarrassment all around. Late last week, as we were at the annual Windsor Energy Consultation (WEC) just outside London, British Gas Plc confirmed that the nation was facing a natural gas shortage as freezing temperatures grip the country. You see, blizzards, strong winds, drifting snow, and bitter cold recently brought Britain to a standstill as the weather system nicknamed the “Beast from the East” combined with winter storm “Emma” to create some of the most testing weather the U.K. has had to face in years. Now, I can attest first hand that this cold snap was not something to take lightly. As a regular attendee of the Windsor Energy Consultation over the past decade, a visit that includes spending three days each year at the royal residence, I know that Windsor Castle can be drafty in any weather. But this time around, it was positively frigid. “Frosty” Windsor Castle grounds (St. George’s Chapel on the left), March 2, 2018; photo: Bill Arnold And nationwide, this “big freeze” has brought to light a very serious problem. And it’s one that is only getting worse… Bitter Cold Adds (Further) Fuel to the Flames The unfolding gas crisis has brought about a renewed immediacy to a major political issue that has been percolating in the U.K. for some time now. You see, for the third year in a row, a portion of my two briefings (one to the plenary meeting; one to the ambassadors), was devoted to the growing global need for a new “energy balance.” Simply put, that balance involves two related advances. The first is an expansion in the number of reliable (and distinct) energy sources. The second addresses the extent to which these sources provide a genuine interchangeable network of availability from such sources. The rise of renewable sources (solar, wind, biofuel, even geothermal) has been the most visible manifestation of the developing balance. But the crucial element to remember is the balance nature of it all. As we have noted in the past, this is not an exercise in finding a “silver bullet” to wean the market from a dependence on any particular energy source. All energy sources are required. It’s the integration of these sources that translates into the most efficient, cost-effective, and best solution for both producers and consumers. Now, among the assembled officials and sector dignitaries at this year’s Windsor meeting, there was a widespread agreement that a global “energy balance” is necessary. But you wouldn’t know it looking at the situation developing currently. In fact, despite that agreement, the current gas crisis emerging in the U.K. actually results from a shocking referendum decision back in 2016… Planning Limbo Delays in moving on still contentious (and well over budget) nuclear power plants combined with ongoing pipeline problems from the North Sea offshore fields has left any “energy balance” forward planning very much in limbo. Yes, the increase in wind power in the U.K. has occurred more rapidly than expected, but it still lags behind the rise in demand. The majority of demand in the U.K. is still covered by natural gas – both from the North Sea, which is becoming increasingly questionable when it comes to extractable volume, and expanded liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports. Unfortunately, the nation’s supply issues have been complicated by one event that has overshadowed everything else for more than a year and a half. I’m talking about “Brexit,” the British decision to leave the European Union. And the supply issue that followed this landmark decision is creating a major problem for British energy consumers. But after a sidebar conversation with a British Gas executive at Windsor, the reasoning behind my original argument has become even more compelling… Why Brexit is Hiking U.K. Power Prices – and the Worst is Yet to Come As I explained back in July 2016, history tells us that the winter of 1946-1947 was one of the worst experienced by the U.K. in a century – and the coldest in three. Coming so soon after the end of World War II, an already crippled economy felt the full impact of freezing weather that killed both livestock and crops, while jamming roads and railways with snow. It got so bad that at one point, Winston Churchill observed that he couldn’t even get his favorite cigars. But the main concern was the provision of electricity. Not a single power-generating station in all of England had escaped wartime destruction, and a return to “normalcy” in the power sector was still years away. So during the cold winter of 1946-1947, the entire British population had to hunker down. Now, the current situation is hardly as dire. But ever since the U.K. voted to separate from the EU on June 23, I’ve been waiting for the initial signals that this divorce will have consequences in the energy sector. Now we have one, with dire consequences for British consumers… Brits Should Expect (Much) Higher Power Prices The signal shows a coming double whammy for British natural gas users, as a result of the post-Brexit decline of the British pound sterling to more than thirty-year lows against the dollar. This decline has prompted two energy moves in very different directions. Unfortunately, neither is good for anyone living in the U.K. as temperatures decline… First, the descent of the pound sterling has prompted U.K. retail natural gas distributors to forego discounts moving forward. This is, of course, based on the same reasoning that will certainly result in another round of appreciable electricity price hikes by the major national utilities. Maintaining profit margins will be impossible at current levels, given the forex pressure on the bottom line. Most observers also believe that increased taxes are now inevitable, as the unexpected currency (effective) devaluation has made revenue an important factor. Fact is, even before Brexit, this was placing additional pressure on an already strained power sector. But in a post-Brexit world, this is leading to some serious difficulties, both for end users and domestic power distributors, with problems – some Brexit-related, some not – hitting all British energy sources… The U.K. Cut its Winter Gas Reserves – Just in Time for the “Big Freeze” Chief among those concerns are the profitability of North Sea production, and a decimation of renewable alternatives (for example, over a third of all jobs in U.K. solar have vanished). The British end user, however, is going to feel the pinch in an additional way… You see, in June 2017, utility giant Centrica plc announced plans to close the offshore Rough storage facility, which currently accounts for about 70% of all British natural gas storage capacity. Immediately, the news caused a spike in winter-month natural gas futures prices, as fears of a natural gas shortage come winter began to swarm. Fears that seem to have come full circle… An Ill-Timed Outage In the midst of the “big freeze,” Centrica announced a 12-hour outage at the Rough facility. As a result, gas prices for immediate delivery more than doubled to their highest level in almost a decade as the arctic chill, and high snowfall levels drove up the demand for heat and electricity. In fact, demand for gas was so high last week that the National Grid Plc asked large industrial customers to scale back consumption. “The closure of Rough has changed the landscape for U.K. gas storage. and today that landscape looks very bleak for major energy users such as U.K. manufacturing industry,” Mike Foster, chief executive officer of the Energy and Utilities Alliance told reporters. “Prices have rocketed, hitting British industry particularly hard. If supply is interrupted, it will be the industry that has to stop production to protect consumers and their heating needs.” In previous years, Rough acted as a buffer for supply shocks like the U.K. is currently dealing with. In fact, the Rough facility was previously able to meet as nearly 10% of the nation’s daily peak winter demand. But with its impending closure, Centrica now is only withdrawing gas that remains at the site, and even that process is subject to hiccups like they saw last week. And that’s creating a knock-on effect. You see, in the summer, U.K. demand for natural gas comes primarily from gas being pumped into storage for winter heating. And that has introduced the second major post-Brexit energy move… British Gas is Being Exported – Only to Be Reimported Again at a Premium The dramatic change in cross-currency valuations following the Brexit decision has resulted in the U.K. exporting more natural gas to Belgium. The “spare fuel” being exported is actually coming primarily from volume that would have gone to Rough for storage… Except that the weaker pound means that it’s now more profitable to send the gas along the east-west North Sea pipeline to the terminal center at Zeebrugge on the Belgian coast instead. However, just about all analysts agree that the rising exports from Britain to Europe are more a result of the collapse in currency value than the impending Rough closure. A Brexit-induced “pounding of the pound” has provided some nice profits for European importers… and Centrica has obliged. But for the average Brit back home, hoping to heat their house during this year’s “big freeze,” the short-term future may require a traditional British stiff upper lip. Now, due to its limited natural gas storage capacity, the U.K. has tried to counteract its supply woes with increased LNG imports from Norway, Qatar, and the U.S. In fact, the National Grid welcomed its first LNG import from the U.S. last summer, as this super-cooled fuel continues to find new buyers abroad. But even that has come with its own set of challenges this winter. Truth is, even with the influx of supply from the U.S., LNG imports have been scarce across Europe this season, as a surge in demand from China and other Asian counties have driven up the cost of this super-chilled fuel. Which left the U.K. with little maneuvering room when the cold arrived last week. In other words, we’re looking at a nasty cycle: today’s rising exports of British gas will go to European storage, with some of that returning as higher-priced imports when the weather gets colder. Now, Britain isn’t suffering alone. Gas prices in the Netherlands have surged to more than four times the levels it saw this time last year, according to data from the Pegas exchange, after demand rose there with the cold. But this isn’t the first time that natural gas price shocks have left U.K. consumers out in the cold this winter. In fact, the market was roiled by an explosion at one of Europe’s major gas trading hubs combined with a major outage at the North Sea Pipeline just before the Christmas holiday. The bottom line here is, as I mentioned back in 2016, the energy situation in the U.K. is quickly heading from bad to worse. A predicament that has only intensified over the past 20 months since I first wrote about it. Which only goes to show that a global “energy balance” is more imperative than ever. And as the rest of the world slowly starts to catch up to what we’ve been saying, this means one thing. The next few years will be brimming with “energy balance” plays.

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12 марта, 09:00

Record numbers switch electricity supplier amid wintry UK weather

About 660,000 households changed supplier in February with 1 in 5 avoiding big six suppliersA record number of households switched their electricity provider in February as wintry weather gripped the UK, sending home energy bills soaring.Trade body Energy UK said 660,000 people switched supplier last month, a new monthly record and 60% up on February 2017. The scale of switching means that so far this year the equivalent of everyone in a city the size of Birmingham has changed supplier, it said. Continue reading...

06 марта, 17:43

Poland refuses LNG terminal in favor of the gas corridor to Norway

Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwoś) has announced plans to revive the Baltic Pipe Project  - construction of an underwater pipeline in order to pump Norwegian North Sea offshore gas.

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28 февраля, 00:00

Is Centrica’s Business Model Sustainable?

The UK’s biggest energy retailer, Centrica had another bad year. Earnings and operating profits declined. And since 2015 Centrica’s share price has almost halved. So, what is the problem? Selling electricity and gas should be a secure, steady business. For an investor seeking yield plus price appreciation this has been a disaster. Let’s go back to the heart of the matter. When the British electric industry was privatized, it was divided up into generation, transmission, distribution and supply (retail) businesses. Initially, analysts…

27 февраля, 07:00

Shell: LNG Markets May Need $200 Billion In Investments By 2030

Shell projects that the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets may need up to $200 billion in investments by the end of 2030, according to Reuters. The top global LNG trader said that a rapid expansion into its existing infrastructure to trade the “hyper-cooled” fluid should allow the company to meet rising demand for the carbon-light fossil fuel. The company’s 2018 Energy Outlook also points out that a few years of consecutively low investment in the sector would likely still slow industry growth in the medium term. Plants…

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26 февраля, 14:07

Stocks to watch: Provident Financial, BP, Nokia, Centrica, Eni

Primark owner AB Foods in demand following trading update

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23 февраля, 17:37

Best of Lex: your weekly round-up

Vix funds, HK warrants, Venezuelan cryptobabble, Centrica, Cerberus, Rovio and more

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22 февраля, 17:51

Centrica: apology tour

Cutting costs and optimising its customer base will buy the energy supplier some time

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22 февраля, 15:10

Centrica to shed another 4,000 jobs as profits fall 17%

British Gas owner blames looming UK government price cap on energy bills

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22 февраля, 12:32

British Gas owner to cut 4,000 jobs blaming price cap and competition

Centrica profit falls nearly 20% as it expands cost-cutting drive to save extra £500m a yearCentrica, the owner of British Gas, will shed a further 4,000 jobs by 2020 as part of a cost-cutting programme, which it blamed on the government’s energy price cap and fierce competition in the market.Britain’s largest energy company reported a fall of nearly 20% in operating profit to £1.25bn in 2017, owing to poor performance in its business energy supply and North America divisions. Continue reading...

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22 февраля, 11:07

British Gas parent Centrica's stock rises 3.1% following results

This is a Real-time headline. These are breaking news, delivered the minute it happens, delivered ticker-tape style. Visit www.marketwatch.com or the quote page for more information about this breaking news.

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22 февраля, 10:42

British Gas owner Centrica to cut 4,000 jobs after 'weak' year

The cuts come after what Centrica said was a "weak" performance at the end of 2017.

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22 февраля, 10:33

British Gas owner Centrica expresses ‘deep regret’ over poor results

A further 4,000 jobs will be cut by 2020

19 февраля, 17:02

Frontrunning: February 19

Russian Curler Fails Drug Test, Authorities Explore Sabotage Possibility (WSJ) Here’s Who Is Winning in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics (BBG) Russian magnate Deripaska to quit roles at his two biggest firms (Reuters) Iranian Airline Bought U.S. Jet Parts Through Front Firms (WSJ) One CEO Says Dalio Will Lose on European Bank ‘Big Short’ (BBG) For timing of Aramco IPO, watch forward oil price curve (Reuters) U.S. Oil Exports Go Up a Gear as Supertanker Sets Sail for China (BBG) Family Who Housed Florida Shooter Describes the Days Before the Attack (WSJ) This Short Seller Pressed ‘Tweet.’ Then the FBI Showed Up (BBG) Latvia's banking sector rocked by U.S. probe, central bank chief's detention (Reuters) Trump blasts Oprah over 60 Minutes episode (Reuters) Why Was Facebook So Easy to Hijack? (WSJ) Russia Warns U.S. Not to ‘Play With Fire’ in Syria (BBG) The Russian journalist who helped uncover election interference is confounded by the Mueller indictments (WaPo) Sweden Is Getting Worried About Its Cashless Society (BBG) Why the iPhone Is Losing Out to Chinese Devices in Asia (WSJ) U.S. Oil Exports Go Up a Gear as Supertanker Sets Sail for China (BBG) This Trader Quietly Built a Real Estate Empire in Downtown New York (BBG) Private Trades in Spotify Shares to Play Key Role in Debut (WSJ) Overnight Media Digest   FT UK millennials, those born since 1981, have seen a deterioration in living standard improvements compared to the previous generation, setting them apart from most other developed nations, according to research from the Resolution Foundation think-tank. British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday will initiate an effort to rebalance post-secondary education away from universities towards vocational study as she announces a long-awaited review of all aspects of tertiary education. The scandal at Oxfam, one of the world’s biggest disaster relief charities, will deter wealthy donors from giving money to big charities, private bankers and analysts have warned.     Britain The Times SPONSORED - Centrica Plc Chief Executive Iain Conn is preparing to unveil plans to slash costs at British Gas, raising fears of more job losses as he fights to shore up Centrica's dividend. bit.ly/2CsDg2Z - The governor of Latvia's central bank, a member of the European Central Bank's governing council, was arrested and interviewed by anti-corruption police on Sunday, prompting calls for him to resign. bit.ly/2CrOHI1 The Guardian - The average price of a UK property coming on to the market has risen by more than 2,400 pounds ($3,369.60) in a month to just over 300,000 pounds amid evidence of "record" levels of house-hunting activity, according to Rightmove. bit.ly/2CtV6Ti The Telegraph - UK's Competition and Markets Authority is launching a crackdown on cartels after the success of its first advertising campaign led to a rise in tip-offs about illegal activity. bit.ly/2CvI4o8 - One of Carillion Plc's largest shareholders, Kiltearn Partners, was lining up to sue the group for loss of its clients' money when the firm collapsed, as investors said the board failed to effect change as the company ­floundered. bit.ly/2CtW1TD Sky News - The UK boss of Tesco Plc will this week become one of the youngest chairmen of a FTSE-350 company when he takes the reins at N Brown Group Plc, the online retailer. bit.ly/2CsQMnh - Prime Minister Theresa May is set to admit that students in England face one of "most expensive systems of university tuition in the world" as she announces a wide-ranging review of funding for further and higher education. bit.ly/2CvMI5t The Independent - Theresa May is facing a call for an early vote in the Commons on whether to press ahead with contentious plans to slash the number of MPs from 650 to 600. ind.pn/2HtJp2G

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19 февраля, 09:30

Small energy suppliers top uSwitch customer satisfaction survey

‘Big six’ companies left behind as Octopus Energy, Bulb and Utility Warehouse take first three places Two small energy suppliers have left the “big six” trailing when it comes to customer satisfaction, according to the biggest survey of its kind.The success of Octopus Energy and Bulb sends a message to larger, more established players such as British Gas and Npower that customers will look elsewhere if they do not feel they are being treated properly, said the price comparison and switching service uSwitch.com. Continue reading...

06 марта 2014, 00:40

Centrica: энергобезопасность Британии под угрозой

Великобритании необходимо срочно искать новые источники энергии. Собственная добыча нефти и газа падает, при этом зависимость от импорта энергоносителей растет. С такой оценкой ситуации выступил Сэм Лэйдлоу, глава крупнейшей газовой компании Centrica.

06 марта 2014, 00:40

Centrica: энергобезопасность Британии под угрозой

Нефтяные платформы Gullfaks А и Gullfaks С в Северном море Великобритании необходимо срочно искать новые источники энергоносителей. Собственная добыча нефти и газа стремительно падает, при этом зависимость страны от импорта энергоносителей растет. С такой оценкой ситуации выступил Сэм Лэйдлоу, глава крупнейшей в Великобритании газовой компании Centrica.  Комментарии главы Centrica прозвучали в рамках ежегодной конференции по энергетике CERAWeek в Хьюстоне, США.  Сэм Лэйдлоу, генеральный директор Centrica   "Сегодня Великобритания импортирует около половины необходимого газа. При этом добыча нефти и газа в Северном море за последние три года упала на 38%. К 2020 г. доля импортируемого газа в энергобалансе Великобритании вырастет до 70%. Мы находимся в зависимом положении от стран-экспортеров энергоносителей, это ослабляет энергетическую безопасность Великобритании. Нам нужно срочно найти какое-то решение в этой ситуации”.   Импорт нефти и газа в Британии на максимуме с 1976 г В Великобритании падает добыча и растет импорт нефти В последние годы на фоне истощения месторождений в Северном море в Великобритании наблюдается четкая тенденция по сокращению собственных объемов добычи нефти и газа и существенный рост импорта энергоносителей. Об этой ситуации в 2012 и 2013 гг. сообщало Министерство энергетики и изменения климата Великобритании. Министр энергетики и развития бизнеса Великобритании Майкл Феллон в ноябре 2013 г. заявил, что к 2030 г. доля импорта природного газа со стороны Великобритании вырастет до 75%.