LNG
Rovuma exports inch closer
24 April 2017
Eni's project in Mozambique should soon get the official go-ahead. Tanzania's progress is much slower
Start-stop for Russian LNG
24 April 2017
Some Russian LNG projects are advancing, but bigger expansion plans look ever distant
Surf's up for LNG in Europe
24 April 2017
Everyone expected a wave of supply to be hitting Europe’s market by now. It hasn’t arrived yet, but it will
The great LNG market showdown
5 April 2017
Sellers say a supply crunch is looming. Buyers say suppliers are out of touch with the changing times
The Mideast's gas paradox
3 April 2017
It is home to the world's biggest exporter—and also some of its fastest-growing consumers. Yet intra-regional trade remains thin
Australia battered but unbowed
3 April 2017
Delays and cost overruns hurt the sector, but Australia is still on course to become a global export powerhouse
Asia to soak up global LNG glut
3 April 2017
Weak prices reflect a region awash in supplies. Rising demand will soak up the global surfeit, but not until the 2020s
Reality bites for Canada
27 March 2017
Canada's export plans are among the world's most ambitious. And slowest to get moving
The US builds for the future
27 March 2017
Rapid rebalancing of the world's seaborne gas market will be crucial to the success of US exports
Glimmers beyond the glut
27 March 2017
Global exports are heading for a hefty surplus. It will take a brave developer to sanction a sizeable new plant without lining up buyers first
Mozambique needs less haste, less speed
8 March 2017
Bureaucracy, financing problems and last-minute wrangles are slowing Rovuma Basin projects
Evergreen gas problem
6 March 2017
After years of decline, the continent's demand is rising again, creating a new battlefield for exporters
Rosneft's pipedream
3 March 2017
Not content with its oil eminence, the state-controlled oil giant has Gazprom in its sights
Oman - plugging the deficit
27 February 2017
Demand is rising faster than supply. Oman wants tight gas and Iran to fix the problem
Tellurian - American spirit
24 February 2017
Despite a global supply glut, Tellurian is pressing ahead with plans to build more cheap US LNG-export capacity
Yet more Australian LNG
27 January 2017
While there's no end in sight for the global gas glut, higher crude prices will help exporters
The glut still weighs
25 January 2017
Higher oil prices will lift some LNG contracts, but do little to support the spot market
Exxon's PNG InterOil plan has hit some hurdles
16 January 2017
The company's bid comes unstuck over undervalued gas reserves
Shifting the bulge
3 January 2017
An onslaught of new supply will continue to pressure LNG prices in 2017
Slipping schedules in Australia
3 January 2017
Weak prices and a glut of supply are delaying some Australian LNG supply
Will US LNG lure Gazprom into a price war in Europe?
8 December 2016
Cheap supplies from across the Atlantic threaten the Russian firm’s position. How will it respond?
Hiatus mode
6 December 2016
The East Mediterranean needs buyers for its gas – not easy when prices are expected to stay low
Tanzania's bumpy road
5 December 2016
Efforts to build a liquefied natural gas export plant in the country are not going easily
Hungover down under
3 December 2016
Australia came good as an LNG powerhouse in 2016, but started to feel the effects of the boom's aftermath
Bargain basement
3 December 2016
A global supply surfeit made 2016 a bad year to sell LNG but a good one to buy it
Time for the revival
29 November 2016
After a rough couple of years, new pockets of demand and new methods of consumption will lift prospects for gas exporters