Author: Sally Bogle
Oz awaits coronation
29 June 2018
Australia expected to become world's largest LNG exporter next year, as buyers line up
Downward drift
28 June 2018
Gas production across the region is set to decline, with China the major exception, leading to increasing LNG imports
Hydrogen scales up
8 June 2018
The potential for the widespread use of hydrogen as a zero-emission fuel is gaining traction in Asia
China to dominate demand outlook
5 June 2018
Country's thirst for natural gas maintains upward trajectory
Philippines takes carbon emitters to task
1 June 2018
The Southeast Asian nation has launched the world’s first governmental inquiry into the impact of climate change on human rights
A big leap for microgrids
31 May 2018
Technological advancements in renewable energy and battery storage are contributing to the microgrids success story
Australia debates oil-import reliance options
2 May 2018
Rising geopolitical tensions in maritime zones heighten its energy-security risk
No plain sailing for Australian LNG
28 March 2018
The country will shortly become the world's largest exporter
Australia all at sea
23 February 2018
Australia is positioning itself to dominate liquefied natural gas-fuelled cargo shipping routes into Asia
China can't get enough
3 January 2018
The East Asian country is hungry for LNG and is on course to become one of the world's top importers
Australia's own goal
2 January 2018
While Australia enjoys an LNG export boom, it's also looking at imports as one way of meeting domestic demand
Singapore poised for LNG hub
10 November 2017
The country is ready to play a leading role in meeting surging liquefied natural gas demand in the region's rapidly expanding market. In emailed responses, Singapore LNG Corporation's (SLNG) chief executive said his company is strategically placed to meet emerging market demand
Era of flexibility
29 September 2017
Buyers are taking control of an oversupplied market and they want shorter contracts and freedom to sell what they don't use
Australian LNG under pressure
5 July 2017
A global supply glut, cheaper rivals and tightening emissions policies are a growing problem for Australia’s costly gas-export plants
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
Malaysia committed, Brunei could waver
6 February 2017
Both have pledged to the cuts, but falling public service subsidies could make Brunei jump ship
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
Slipping schedules in Australia
3 January 2017
Weak prices and a glut of supply are delaying some Australian LNG supply
Asia's new buyers
16 November 2016
The region's established LNG importers need less gas, but a crop of emerging economies offer succour-and risk-to exporters
The rise of the LNG trading house
13 October 2016
Shifts in the market are bringing commodities players into the business of selling seaborn gas
Faster, cheaper US LNG
12 October 2016
Expansion of the Panama Canal will be a boon for American exporters once Asian demand picks up
The end of producer power
29 September 2016
The wave of LNG supply hitting the market is putting buyers in control
Australian LNG sours for the locals
23 September 2016
Exporters have prioritised foreign markets and the domestic price has spiked, angering consumers back home
Exxon forces consolidation on Papua New Guinea’s LNG
6 September 2016
The US firm’s deal for a stake in a second gas-export project looks like a defeat for rival operator Total. But the synergies make sense
Plants with benefits
28 July 2016
Once Australia has digested its massive liquified natural gas building programme, costs could fall and productivity rise
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