Tagged With LNG
JKM comes of age
16 April 2019
Exchange traded contracts settling against the Platts’ Asian LNG marker are on the rise
Mozambique attack highlights LNG project dangers
5 April 2019
Violence raises question marks over safety at planned Anadarko and ExxonMobil facilities
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
Another step forward for Tanzania's LNG plans
29 March 2019
The East Africa state is keen to conclude an agreement later this year.
Tellurian takes flexible approach
26 March 2019
US independent banks on cost control and optionality to fulfil its full value chain ambitions
European gas: an industry in denial?
12 March 2019
The natural gas sector needs to be prepared for declining demand after the mid-2020s—and there are doubts that it is
Gas to Power Forum 2019
7 March 2019
30 April 2019, 25 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5EY
Egypt's gas paradox
28 February 2019
Importing gas may seem counterintuitive, but a deal to do just that is part of the country's gas renaissance
Why 2019 will be pivotal for new LNG supply and markets
20 February 2019
Critical investment decisions will impact on the global demand balance
US LNG eyes eastern Australia market
19 February 2019
Trans-Pacific shipments might compete to fill the country’s regional supply shortage
Arrests could hamper Mozambique LNG funding
12 February 2019
The impoverished country still faces scrutiny over its ability to handle multi-billion-dollar projects
Stuttering outlook for Gulf of Mexico
4 February 2019
Despite ever-rising oil and gas production, drilling activity is looking weaker
US coal-fired power generation faces competition
4 February 2019
The evolution of northeast US gas marketing may further cut capacity
US loses capacity to surprise
29 January 2019
The fourth quarter's dramatic price rise and fall is not expected to be repeated
Russia and coal to set European tone
29 January 2019
Gazprom's market share ambitions and the price at which power plant demand soaks up supply are 2019's key questions
The LNG wave is on the way
28 January 2019
Liquefaction ramp-ups and a slowing rate of Chinese demand growth finally deliver the oft-anticipated supply glut
Germany closes in on hoisting the LNG flag
24 January 2019
Projects jockey to sail Germany into the LNG importers’ club
Japan tries again for greater flexibility on LNG
15 January 2019
Tokyo renews efforts to push reform in long-term contracts
Oil's volatility hastening decline in oil-indexed LNG pricing
14 January 2019
The pricing of often decades-long liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts is becoming more unpredictable as a result of oil price swings
West Africa aiming for global supplier status
10 January 2019
The region is making headway despite some output disruptions
Americas target petrochemicals
10 January 2019
The region is playing a more prominent role in global petrochemical capital investments
Reaping the rewards of Egypt's reforms
7 January 2019
Soaring natural gas production and a tourism revival paint a positive economic picture for Egypt
Israel mulls future gas strategy
4 January 2019
Supply and demand scenarios underpin recommendations on the fate of as-yet-undiscovered gasfields