LNG
Russia's slow trains
4 April 2016
Hit by sanctions and with big pipeline-export projects to digest, Russian LNG supply will grow more sedately than once planned
Qatari flexy time
4 April 2016
Qatar’s LNG marketing strategy has shifted. It is now cutting deals to keep its market share
East Africa LNG creeping along
4 April 2016
Mozambique is still leading the race for East Africa’s first LNG project. But there, as in Tanzania, it’s more a marathon than a sprint
Missing the boat
4 April 2016
From Cyprus to the Niger Delta, developers hope to add lucrative new LNG capacity. The timing is bad
Big gloom, small promise
4 April 2016
New Asian LNG demand centres are emerging while the region’s big consumers need less of the fuel
The LNG dumping ground
4 April 2016
Diversification and a drive to cut coal use should increase Europe’s LNG regasification capacity, making it a sink for spare cargoes
Latin American LNG demand dries up
4 April 2016
The return of hydropower, economic pain and cheaper alternatives are dampening regional LNG consumption
LNG: a fungible tangible
4 April 2016
A shift away from big-budget projects to smaller-scale plants will fundamentally change the market
Rocky shores
4 April 2016
Canada’s LNG-export hopes are fading fast
There she blows
4 April 2016
LNG from the US’ lower 48 has set sail on troubled waters
LNG: gloomy now, brighter soon
4 April 2016
LNG producers must have faith. The glut will pass and the market will need their gas
Floating LNG is drifting along
4 April 2016
The market slowdown means floating LNG isn’t moving ahead as quickly as its proponents thought it would
Transport's energy of the future
4 April 2016
Cheap oil is stalling LNG’s growth in transport. But the opportunity remains great
The new super-producer emerges
4 April 2016
Years in the making, Australian LNG is about to change the global supply balance
Power to the buyers
4 April 2016
LNG importers now have the upper hand when signing new supply deals – and even rejigging existing contracts
LNG growth threatened by supply glut
27 February 2016
Weak prices and short-term abundance are threatening longer-term LNG supply growth. Demand needs to pick up
Power to the people
23 February 2016
As LNG growth plans fade, improving the domestic market is the priority for Nigeria to make use of its abundant gas reserves
RasGas-Petronet deal heralds a new era for LNG
13 January 2016
Buyers, not exporters, are now in command of an oversupplied market, as a new Qatar-India supply agreement shows
Using LNG as shipping fuel is a "game changer"
17 December 2015
Emission controls in European and North American waters mean more shipowners are ordering vessels that run on cleaner LNG, but it may remain a marginal fuel in global shipping without further instruction from the UN’s International Maritime Organisation
Caribbean markets turn to gas
7 December 2015
LNG may be about to make an impact across the Caribbean, with a number of suppliers looking to set up shop
Singapore sees LNG price indices expanding
17 November 2015
Pushing the development of regional Asian LNG trade, Singapore is encouraging local price discovery
BG invests further $1.2bn in Australian gas outlets
16 November 2015
Queensland Gas Company has set up an agreement that will feed the company’s LNG export prospects down under
Cheniere chief says LNG prices need to rise 20% to secure new investments
27 October 2015
Charif Souki, the chief executive of Cheniere Energy, said LNG prices need to rise another 20-25% to sanction new projects
Indonesia shopping for LNG to meet demand
20 October 2015
One of the world's biggest exporters of LNG is looking to buy 5-10m mt/year of the super-cooled fuel by 2020 to help meet surging demand at home
Santos share prices rise after GLNG starts shipping
19 October 2015
The price rise followed the maiden shipment of LNG from its $18.5bn Gladstone LNG export project
Australian LNG: cost deflation offsets low prices
30 September 2015
Medium term outlook remains positive for country's LNG market