Author: Craig Guthrie
Wintershall-Dea no guide to future IPO performance
25 April 2019
Post-merger momentum contrasts with wider industry cynicism over energy IPOs
Treasures in the basement?
8 April 2019
Untested geological formations known as ‘fractured basements’ could be hiding a vast store of hydrocarbons, but explorers need to overcome logistical challenges and industry scepticism
LNG projects face new financing and pricing risks
4 April 2019
Changes in LNG pricing structures and contract length could shift some risk from buyers to sellers
BP's Dudley warns on LNG trade war vulnerability
3 April 2019
Insecurity in global trade flows could have a particularly damaging impact on confidence in LNG as an energy source
Qatar hands McDermott role in LNG expansion
2 April 2019
Qatar Petroleum's new mega-trains project is gaining momentum
China urges LNG industry to deepen collaboration
2 April 2019
Chinese industry players say LNG will continue to face competition from other fossil fuels and renewables if the industry cannot work together on commercial challenges
Book review: When power grows out of the oil barrel
27 March 2019
Can the Gulf’s ruling families survive the post-oil era?
Equinor buffeted by transition winds
22 March 2019
The re-branded Norwegian state-owned firm needs to convince that its renewables sector can one day compete with its fossil-fuel based upstream revenues
Equinor promises greater resilience, as profits disappoint
7 February 2019
The rebranded Norwegian firm’s results take a hit from the lower oil price
NLNG's race for Train 7
14 September 2018
Nigeria LNG CEO Tony Attah says timing is critical to the success of its planned Train 7 project
Interview: Sonatrach's CEO aims to 'shake trees'
24 August 2018
Head of Algerian firm aims to reorganise it from the ground up
Taiwan’s useful LNG ally
17 August 2018
Strengthening energy links between Taiwan and the US could impact on power dynamics in the South China Sea
Iberia waits on Europe's LNG sidelines
3 August 2018
Spain and Portugal want to become a gateway for Europe’s LNG imports, but cheaper pipeline gas is a formidable competitor
Myanmar faces energy crossroads
20 July 2018
Huge potential in the country’s energy sector faces equally sizeable challenges
Opec and IEA diverge on world’s capacity cushion
13 July 2018
As trade tensions and disruptions ripple through the market, Opec and the IEA disagree on the risks to supply
Amlo and the realities of Mexico's oil reform
9 July 2018
The Mexican president-elect needs a strong oil and gas sector to fund a promised social transformation
WGC 2018: LNG prices advance with demand
28 June 2018
Momentum in global natural gas trade shows no sign of abating
China to lead as Asian gas demand booms
27 June 2018
China's need for a clean and abundant energy source is mirrored throughout the region
WGC 2018: Energy sector accused of sleepwalking on cybersecurity
27 June 2018
Security experts say industry is leaving the door open for hackers targeting mission-critical infrastructure
WGC 2018: US puts LNG at heart of energy plans
26 June 2018
The emergence of the US as a global LNG exporter fits Trump's plans to boost - rather than diminish - the future role of fossil fuels in the country
WGC 2018: gas faces political, environmental risks
26 June 2018
Natural gas may be the best solution to emissions goals, but the world needs to be convinced, say industry heads
US and Russia duel over production dominance
22 June 2018
Fuelled by shale gains, US output has risen rapidly, now outstripping Russia’s production; but Moscow won’t accept the shift lying down
Hybrid power plans heat up in India
11 June 2018
Combining wind and solar power at dual-use plants could ease land acquisition and variability issues—which would impact the country’s renewables market growth
Electric vehicles roar up Britain's sales rankings
8 June 2018
EV sales are rising in the UK as political changes in Europe help fuel the transition away from fossil-fuel engines
Iran importers face sanctions shell game
10 May 2018
Trump’s sanctions plan lacks international support for now, but importers will nonetheless have to adapt
Bangladesh in a bind over LNG imports
3 May 2018
More gas is needed to address an energy crisis in Bangladesh, but developing an over-reliance on imported fuel may leave the economy exposed
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