LNG
Japan's gas market deregulation reverberates widely
9 April 2018
JXTG Group has thrown down the gauntlet to Tokyo Gas in a battle for the domestic retail market
Mozambique weighs up next steps for gas projects
4 April 2018
The country's state-run firm ENH is optimistic about gas' future
No plain sailing for Australian LNG
28 March 2018
The country will shortly become the world's largest exporter
Europe to benefit from US exports
22 March 2018
Rising US supplies, expanding European demand and much available regasification capacity should increase liquidity in the Atlantic Basin
LNG hubs—more global, more liquid
22 March 2018
Demand is keeping up with supply. But new flexibility and hubs are changing the trading environment
The Zohr effect
15 March 2018
Hopes are high of fresh finds in the area
Full speed ahead for Egypt's gas
15 March 2018
Eni's parallel-development method has enabled it to smash records at its mega-giant Zohr gas project. Petroleum Economist was given exclusive access to the onshore operations
Hurdles face putative Asia-Pacific LNG hubs
14 March 2018
Singapore, Shanghai and Japan all wish to become trading hubs and price-reporting agencies are trying to establish benchmarks
Oman fine tunes
7 March 2018
With liquefied natural gas production approaching capacity again, the country is adapting to shifting market patterns
Middle East LNG imports set to soar
2 March 2018
Gas shortages will prompt expansion in regional demand for liquefied natural gas
Australia all at sea
23 February 2018
Australia is positioning itself to dominate liquefied natural gas-fuelled cargo shipping routes into Asia
Australia's one man show
22 February 2018
Queensland remains the country's capital of unconventional gas, with bans in force in some other states
Shrinking Canadian expectations
22 February 2018
The future of unconventional gas drilling in the western basins is uncertain because of the cancellation of several high-profile LNG projects
Senegal-Mauritania borderline development
21 February 2018
A project straddling Senegal's northern maritime border could be signed off by the end of the year, despite its complexities
Russia's turf wars
14 February 2018
Even as the country's gas sector thrives, its major companies face political battles at home and abroad
Maputo's new partner
14 February 2018
An American oil giant will take the lead in the Rovuma
Senegal-Mauritania deal boosts LNG export project
13 February 2018
BP and Kosmos Energy plan to give the Greater Tortue development the green light later this year
Australian LNG hotting up
12 February 2018
Seaborne LNG-export capacity will jump nearly 20% in 2018 as new projects ramp up
Diverse East Mediterranean outlook
6 February 2018
Egypt will enjoy a gas boom, while Cyprus and Israel struggle to find export markets
LNG grows up
30 January 2018
The global gas trade is casting off its past and becoming more like other internationally traded commodities
BP strengthens Oman gas ties
24 January 2018
With its Khazzan field boosting Oman's liquefied natural gas output, BP has moved into marketing the fuel
Lots of LNG
24 January 2018
Australia and the US brought significant new supply on line. But who would buy it all?
Gaza gas stranded at sea
16 January 2018
Palestinians' hopes that a gas discovery made offshore 18 years ago can be developed are unlikely to be realised soon
Kuwait goes for gas
16 January 2018
Despite the perennial shadow of political turbulence, upstream gas and LNG import projects are progressing
Energy Web Atlas Releases New Features for Real-Time LNG Intelligence Service
16 January 2018
Energy Web Atlas leads the market with expanded LNG and pipeline data and improved import and annotation functions
Egypt's gas transmission strategy
10 January 2018
With natural gas from the super-giant Zohr field now flowing ashore, plans are in place to make distribution of the fuel more efficient and to expand wind power