Tagged With Gas
Nigeria ready to launch?
30 November 2017
Nigeria has massive, but long under-used gas reserves. Now, it may be about to find a local market
Europe's gas security conundrum
23 November 2017
Central Asian countries are eager to pick up the slack, if sanctions hit Russian pipeline supply to Europe
Oman: gas gushes
26 September 2017
Natural gas production from the giant Khazzan field has begun, as Oman seeks new energy investors in a stable corner of the Gulf
Abuja goes for gas, again
19 July 2017
Nigeria has long tried to develop a domestic gas market. The Buhari administration is trying again
Iraq: Time to quit smoking
17 May 2017
The elimination of pollution from gas flaring in southern Iraq is becoming an election issue
AOGC 2017: Driving a new approach
10 May 2017
Despite the challenges facing the energy industry, it is well-placed to meet them, AOGC 2017 hears
Natural gas: flipping the switch of a new era
8 May 2017
A regional view and the big picture: An industry in a fast-changing environment
Diminishing gas glut
3 January 2017
Falling production and higher demand should tighten the US natural gas market in 2017
US gas goes from glut to crunch
5 August 2016
After years of bloated stocks and low prices US gas supply is about to get much tighter
Diesel in the money again
8 July 2016
Fuel stocks are easing and margins rising, though the rally might be short
Multiple explosions rock Turkish gaslines
30 September 2015
The ability of pipelines to resist hostile attack is being sorely tested in Turkey, with Kurdish separatists attacking the gaslines
European Commission brings UK gas day into line
30 September 2015
The UK is having to bring its ‘gas day’ into line with continental Europe, so that all gas grids are synchronised
Ukraine tenders for summer gas
10 August 2015
The country is tendering for supplies worth up to $300m for delivery this summer
China hopes to stimulate demand by cutting gas prices
5 August 2015
The country will cut regulated gas prices in order to encourage demand
China to become second largest shale-gas producer by 2035
30 April 2015
BP's chief economist predicts the Chinese will be second only to North America
Azerbaijan hopes for gas sector to boost economy
11 December 2014
As oil output falls, the country wants its gas sector to play a bigger part in the economy
New Silk Road to bind China and Central Asia with rail and pipelines
11 December 2014
Rising gas supplies are at the centre of a burgeoning new regional relationship
Ireland’s Corrib gas field to flow mid-2015
2 October 2014
The Corrib field is due on stream in mid-2015 and will cover nearly three-quarters of the Irish republic’s gas consumption -but Corrib’s troubled development history has done nothing to encourage other explorers
Growing risks in the European energy market
25 September 2014
Richard Power, head of energy disputes at law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner looks at the key causes of disruption to the fast-changing European energy market, and the legal risks involved
Australia offering great shale gas investment opportunities
21 August 2014
Development of the country’s shales will follow the path blazed by the coal-bed methane sector – with lots of M&A, plenty of risk, and big rewards
China puts brakes on some coal-to-gas projects
23 July 2014
Dozens of new coal-to-gas projects have been proposed across the country, but the government wants to prevent inefficiencies and overcapacity
Brazil's gas prospects fade as import dependence continues
22 July 2014
Facing an increasingly costly import dependence its time the country re-thinks its strategy
Mol targets Pakistan’s unconventional potential
19 June 2014
The company wants to increase production to around 140,000 boe/d in the next five years
Calls for Europe to reduce reliance on Russian gas
30 May 2014
With EU aims of cutting greenhouse has, questions have been raised about whether the countries can survive without one another
Opening Russia’s gas market after liberalisation of LNG exports
30 May 2014
Domestic liberalisation is a boon to the country’s large independent suppliers and is busting open Gazprom’s monopoly on exports
The next decade to hold greater international flows of gas
29 May 2014
Manas Satapathy, Nuri Demirdoven, Al Escher, and Muqsit Ashraf, of SBC, take a look at global gas markets over the next decade