Tagged With Gas
Gas offers bridge to a low-carbon future
25 September 2020
The energy transition offers the sector an opportunity, but it should not be complacent
Covid-19 to have lasting impact on gas
24 September 2020
The global gas and LNG market will continue to recover barring a second spike. But the pandemic’s impact will be measured in years
Rush to green hydrogen may be counterproductive – BP
14 September 2020
An equal amount of blue hydrogen would be preferable to diverting excessive amounts of renewable energy from grids while fossil fuels remain in the energy generation mix
Decarbonised gas key to Paris target — DNV GL report
8 September 2020
Natural gas is expected to be the dominant fossil fuel and source of emissions by 2050, so industry, governments and research institutions must work together to accelerate CCS implementation
Letter from Australia: Canberra’s gas vision in crisis
21 August 2020
Opposition politicians and media sniff blood over an economic revival strategy driven by natural gas, rather than renewables
Letter from the Middle East: Gas faces headwinds
19 August 2020
The received wisdom that gas would be the region’s main growth fuel for generation is being challenged
Cyprus eyes natural gas era
15 August 2020
LNG imports are a first step. Exports and bunkering may come next
Southeast Europe bets on gas
13 August 2020
Greece and Bulgaria plan dashes for gas to fuel cleaner energy futures
Hitting the gas in South Africa
13 August 2020
The expanding role of LNG and a new round of gas exploration appear set to alleviate the country’s energy supply problem
Letter from Brussels: Gas still fuelling EU's green transition
9 August 2020
The European Commission's transition plans, along with rising coal-to-gas switching, are entrenching gas in the EU energy mix
Banging the drum for gas
27 July 2020
The Gas Exporting Countries Forum is backing the fuel to shake off its current malaise and enjoy future growth
Tapping Brazil’s natural gas potential
21 July 2020
Argentina’s Galileo aims to tackle the country’s lack of pipeline capacity through road tankers
Grand plans for gas infrastructure
17 July 2020
Gas Infrastructure Europe is coordinating plans to overhaul the continent’s distribution system in preparation for decarbonisation
Gas breaks the oil price link
10 July 2020
The proportion of LNG priced on an oil-indexed basis fell to its lowest ever level in 2019
Letter from Australia: Gas-fired recovery hits turbulence
10 July 2020
The Australian government’s vision is at risk of unravelling under intense scrutiny
Caution creeps into investors’ oil and gas infrastructure appetite
7 July 2020
The US downturn and the inexorable rise of ESG concerns are clouds on the horizon even for traditionally low-risk energy investments
Dutch North Sea goes from gas to green
3 July 2020
The Netherlands plans to repurpose its declining North Sea and onshore assets to serve the energy transition
Myanmar LNG projects overcome pandemic and sceptics
3 July 2020
China and Hong Kong-led consortium has started operating first of three planned facilities as Yangon targets nationwide electrification
Letter from China: Pipeline reform heats up
2 July 2020
The signs are positive that Beijing is getting serious about opening up its gas network
India sets out multi-faceted reform to support gas
2 July 2020
New Delhi is set to implement a new pipeline tariff policy to complement its first trading exchange and under-construction distribution network, to further boost the use of gas
Asia to lead gas demand recovery – IEA
11 June 2020
Gas will be more resilient to the effects of Covid-19 than coal and oil but is “far from immune”, says the IEA, as it forecasts the largest-ever demand decline in 2020
China’s challenge: securing sufficient gas
1 June 2020
The pandemic appears to have barely dented China’s hunger for gas. The difficulty remains building sufficient production, import, storage and transport capacity to satisfy demand
Chinese energy demand makes tentative recovery
29 May 2020
A rebound in oil demand and gas consumption remaining largely unscathed are encouraging signs, but a global economic slump and trade tensions could undermine further progress
Israel may see Turkish rapprochement logic
26 May 2020
A break with its erstwhile East Med allies is unlikely, but a Turkish solution to Israel’s gas export conundrum could appeal
France risks gas undershoot
22 May 2020
The need for flexible back-up for renewables and nuclear plants may mean the country needs more gas than it thinks
Like a bat out of hell part three: Gas more resilient than oil
15 May 2020
The third in a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice evaluates the impact of plunging oil prices on natural gas and LNG