Tagged With Australia
Calmer waters in Timor Leste?
5 July 2017
A new exploration deal should benefit Timor-Leste and may point to a breakthrough in a maritime dispute with Australia
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
A buyer’s LNG market
10 May 2017
Demand may be set to surge, but Asia’s largest gas importers remain firmly in control
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
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
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
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
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
What glut?
17 November 2016
Another rise in LNG exports in 2017 will cause unexpected problems in Australia's domestic market
Swamped with gas
24 October 2016
Both demand and prices will need to pick up to ease the oversupply
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
Plants with benefits
28 July 2016
Once Australia has digested its massive liquified natural gas building programme, costs could fall and productivity rise
The emerging energy axis takes shape
5 July 2016
Liquified natural gas from Australia is central to Japanese plans to reinforce its energy security
Still pinning hopes on Asia
3 May 2016
Fast-growing new demand centres in the region will help absorb the glut, says US exporter Cheniere
Chinese policies enhance LNG
15 April 2016
The final survey conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas considered the impact of Chinese liberalisation
LNG markets set to grow
14 April 2016
In the third of four surveys conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas, we looked at how competitive liquefied natural gas really is, and how it can become more so
Technology holds the key for LNG
13 April 2016
In the second of four surveys conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas at LNG18, we uncovered the most pressing requirements for today’s liquefied natural gas producers, and how Australia’s market is shaping up
LNG producers waking up to flexibility
13 April 2016
In a buyer’s market, exporters will need to scrap destination clauses and make other concessions to importers
The emergence of an Asia-Pacific LNG trading hub
12 April 2016
Professor Jonathan Stern from the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies (OIES) sees a stable future for liquefied natural gas in the region
LNG's Asian future
12 April 2016
In the first of four surveys conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas, we looked at the main challenges facing the liquefied natural gas market
LNG: a fungible tangible
4 April 2016
A shift away from big-budget projects to smaller-scale plants will fundamentally change the market
The new super-producer emerges
4 April 2016
Years in the making, Australian LNG is about to change the global supply balance