Tagged With Natural gas
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
LNG: Churning it out
16 November 2017
Producers face a further period of low prices as more production comes online
Iran to lead Middle East gas expansion
15 November 2017
With a focus on developing the South Pars field, Iran is set for a major expansion of natural gas production
Cyprus catching up?
31 October 2017
Egypt is far ahead in the race to be the top East Med gas producer, but Cyprus is hoping it will soon move into second place
Help arrives in India
31 October 2017
India's government has sweetened its upstream terms, hoping to spur much more activity
India's globetrotter
31 October 2017
OVL has been spreading its international wings, a strategy that has so far yielded mixed results
Greenfields galore for Russia
26 October 2017
Eastern Siberia will be the engine for rising Russian oil and gas output for decades
Bolivia's gas dream
24 October 2017
The country needs to boost its reserves and cashflow to realise its energy ambitions
US gas bulls beware
15 September 2017
US gas production has been stronger than expected. The market will be hoping for a scorching summer and a quick ramp up of LNG facilities
Egypt lays gas-hub foundations
10 August 2017
President Sisi has signed into law new gas-sector regulations expanding the role of the private sector
Burisma and the case for Ukrainian energy independence
8 August 2017
The reserves are there, but the government needs to help out, says the head of the country's largest independent gas producer
Egypt's IOU time
8 August 2017
Reducing Egypt's debts to foreign oil companies is part of petroleum minister Molla's strategy to attract further energy investment
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
A buyer’s LNG market
10 May 2017
Demand may be set to surge, but Asia’s largest gas importers remain firmly in control
Wave of US LNG nears
9 May 2017
From importer to exporter, shale gas has transformed the US energy landscape
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
Glut no more for US gas
15 November 2016
North American consumers will pay more for their gas this winter as stocks build more slowly and demand rises
Oil's sibling rival
10 October 2016
Natural gas is slowly making its way into the transportation sector, although the marine-fuel segment looks most promising for now
US carbon emissions from gas to surpass coal
23 August 2016
Despite gas being a cleaner-burning fuel higher demand has boosted pollutants
China slashes natural gas prices by 30%
20 November 2015
LNG exporters will welcome the return of a major buyer, while domestic producers will be less happy with the change.
China’s natural gas demand sputters
18 June 2015
The country's natural gas production was expected to surge, but over the last 18 months it has slowed to cast doubt on investments
Turkmenistan the dominant regional gas player
11 December 2014
While the country’s natural gas business continues to thrive, the oil sector is trailing distantly behind
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
Reforms to open China's Sinopec to private investment
26 August 2014
The move is part of state-owned enterprise reforms that hope to make the companies involved more competitive and market oriented
US will remain bedrock of global shale supply for decades
21 August 2014
Despite patchy opposition to hydraulic fracturing, US output will remain the bedrock of global unconventional supply for decades
Demand favours low cost transportation from Marcellus
21 August 2014
Low natural gas prices mean the most viable plays remain those close to market