Natural Gas and LNGhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/RSS.aspx?FeedID=2159©2014 Petroleum Economist60Natural Gas and LNGOil Search trumps majors in PNGhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3331310/Oil-Search-trumps-majors-in-PNG.htmlTue, 22 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTJapan casts net wide for LNG suppliesJapan’s government would like to reduce the country’s dependence on LNG imports for power by bringing the country’s nuclear plants back into operation. But public opposition and policy delays mean securing LNG from all points of the globe will remain a priority for some time yet, writes Justin Jacobshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3332190/Japan-casts-net-wide-for-LNG-supplies.htmlThu, 17 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTReforms could spur India’s LNG importsMoves to close the gap between domestic gas prices and those of internationally traded gas could boost activity in India’s under-utilised regasification plants. James Gavin reportshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3332188/Reforms-could-spur-Indias-LNG-imports.htmlThu, 17 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTLNG’s giant braces for competitionQatar is looking to strike export deals with new customers and extend existing contracts, as it adjusts to the influx of new supply to the global market from rival exporters. James Gavin reportshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3332186/LNGs-giant-braces-for-competition.htmlThu, 17 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTBeyond a buyers’ marketFactors affecting the future of global LNG supply are numerous and unpredictable, encompassing infrastructure development, financing, political risk and pricing. But, one way or another, it all comes back to what happens in the US, writes Nikos Tsafoshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3332184/Beyond-a-buyers-market.htmlThu, 17 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTHome looks best for Lukoilhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3330895/Home-looks-best-for-Lukoil.htmlTue, 15 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTAngola’s Kaombo to break capex recordshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3330587/Angolas-Kaombo-to-break-capex-records.htmlMon, 14 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTBuyers' uncertainty crimps LNG supplyhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3326861/Buyers-uncertainty-crimps-LNG-supply.htmlThu, 03 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTLicensing round-upThe latest news on bids, offers and awards from Deloitte's Petroleum Services Grouphttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3325891/Licensing-round-up.htmlTue, 01 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMTGas shortage dents Australia's CBM-to-LNG exportshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3322174/Gas-shortage-dents-Australias-CBM-to-LNG-exports.htmlFri, 21 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTDroughts, World Cup drive Brazilian LNG demandhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3322123/Droughts-World-Cup-drive-Brazilian-LNG-demand.htmlFri, 21 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTChina eyes greener future China could take the lead in low-carbon energy as it battles deadly smog to calm rising social unrest http://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3321546/China-eyes-greener-future.htmlThu, 20 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTEast Africa: from niche play to key LNG supplier?As recent M&A activity suggests, Mozambique and Tanzania are in prime position to join the global gas business, write Brian Cassidy and Steven Foxhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3320544/East-Africa-from-niche-play-to-key-LNG-supplier.htmlWed, 19 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTAfter the revolution, reformEgyptian policy-makers faces significant challenges - not least stabilising the country's energy sector and encouraging much-needed inward investment. Justin Dargin looks at the optionshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3320135/After-the-revolution-reform.htmlMon, 17 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTPutin's Asia playWestern threats against Russian energy give China the perfect chance to seal a long-term gas supply deal on good terms, writes Justin Jacobshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3320257/Putins-Asia-play.htmlMon, 17 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTVenezuela on the brinkA YEAR after the death of Hugo Chávez, the movement he left behind is fighting for its survival without its comandante. http://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3319726/Venezuela-on-the-brink.htmlFri, 14 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTNorth Sea awaits an exploration liftThe four-country North Sea area is an increasingly mature oil and gas province and needs a lift from stepped-up exploration work, Martin Quinlan writeshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3315923/North-Sea-awaits-an-exploration-lift.htmlWed, 12 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTArmchair warriors wage a phoney warIgnore the pundits and their answer to the Putin problem - the solution to the EU's energy security worries lie in Europe, not the US, argues Derek Browerhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3317637/Armchair-warriors-wage-a-phoney-war.htmlMon, 10 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTRepsol and Argentina look to move on from YPF nationalisationhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3317614/Repsol-and-Argentina-look-to-move-on-from-YPF-nationalisation.htmlMon, 10 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTInvestors look for the Santos clauseStart-up of the Australian company's flagship LNG projects may give it the boost it is looking for. NJ Watson investigates http://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3316663/Investors-look-for-the-Santos-clause.htmlThu, 06 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTTanzania edges along the LNG roadhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3316492/Tanzania-edges-along-the-LNG-road.htmlThu, 06 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTLicensing round-upThe latest news on bids, offers and awards from Deloitte's Petroleum Services Grouphttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3315042/Licensing-round-up.htmlMon, 03 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMTSlow oilRussia and Norway will lead the Arctic’s development, but the region will remain a marginal energy producer for decadeshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3311351/Slow-oil.htmlThu, 20 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMTRussia's northern richesRussia's Arctic oil and gas wealth makes it the region's dominant player. But development will be very expensivehttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3311349/Russias-northern-riches.htmlThu, 20 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMTPioneering LNG at the end of the world Novatek and Total's Arctic gas plant will be a true feat of engineering prowesshttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3311348/Pioneering-LNG-at-the-end-of-the-world.htmlThu, 20 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMTNorthern exposureNorway's Arctic experience shows that development in the High North will take time - and a lot of moneyhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3311347/Northern-exposure.htmlThu, 20 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMTDrilling on the marginArctic exploration is complex and expensive, meaning governments will probably have to join forces with companies to make it happenhttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3311345/Drilling-on-the-margin.htmlThu, 20 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMTNo room for errorPersuading the world that drilling in the Arctic can be done safely may be as difficult as the operating environmenthttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3311344/No-room-for-error.htmlThu, 20 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMTThe icy passageArctic melting is opening up new trade routes, but the impact will be smaller than thoughthttp://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3311341/The-icy-passage.htmlThu, 20 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMTUS paralysed by climate policy THE latest developments in the tortuous Keystone XL pipeline review highlight the contradictions in US energy and climate change policies. http://www.petroleum-economist.com/Article/3309269/US-paralysed-by-climate-policy.htmlTue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 GMT