Tagged With LNG
Pharos’ main man goes back to the East Med future
7 August 2020
The independent’s CEO was making oil discoveries in the Gulf of Sinai in the 1970s. Now he is back in the region
ExxonMobil announces Power Play finalists
4 August 2020
Community voting is now open across the three categories for the awards, which champion inclusion and diversity by celebrating remarkable women and men in the LNG industry
Canadian LNG industry strikes a defiant note
3 August 2020
A lobby group for exports foresees a bright future despite a long history of setbacks
Novatek gas sales plunge on reduced Yamal spot sales
3 August 2020
A ramp-up in long-term contract requirements leaves operator with reduced volumes to sell
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
Australian upstream rejects politicians’ call for A$4 gas
8 July 2020
Producers insist the costs of producing gas domestically—as well as prevailing spot prices—significantly exceed the historic benchmark price level
Eastern European coal-to-gas switching enthusiasm builds
7 July 2020
Poland and the Czech Republic, long the continent’s coal champions, are having a rethink
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
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
Positioning for a lower-carbon energy future
1 July 2020
Energy is essential. Accessible and affordable supplies of energy support the ability to meet the basic requirements of life and fuel society's progress around the world.
Pluto’s second train may be Chevron NWS sale casualty
26 June 2020
The major’s decision to seek a buyer for its Australian liquefaction stake could be the harbinger of further realignment in feedgas projects
Excelerate expands FSRU fleet
26 June 2020
The US LNG specialist takes delivery of a tenth regasification-enabled vessel as a shipping boom continues unabated
Russia remains warm on Arctic projects
18 June 2020
Despite arduous operating conditions, Covid-19 further challenging the economics and the threat of further Western sanctions, growth in the region remains a core priority for the government
ExxonMobil takes the long-term view
1 June 2020
The firm’s head of LNG remains confident for a growing role for gas in the energy future
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
Record-setting Q2 at northwest Europe’s LNG terminals
1 June 2020
Six of the region’s eight LNG terminals saw deliveries above 80pc of capacity for a second consecutive month
NGC prepares for brighter future for LNG
26 May 2020
The LNG market faces challenges due to excess supply and the impact of Covid-19, but Trinidad’s state gas company has a strategy for the long term.
Green drivers lead to innovation for Pavilion
18 May 2020
The Singapore LNG company's new GHG requirements could help set an industry standard
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
LNG: Intercontinental to inter-regional?
13 May 2020
Price differentials are threatening the economics underlying global LNG arbitrage. But the lower prices may unlock competition within regions
Turbulent times shine a light on imperfect contract structures
7 May 2020
The pandemic provides an opportunity for a significant reset of contract structures
Gas and LNG brace for tougher times
1 May 2020
The global gas market faces choppier waters on demand uncertainty, overbuoyant supply and lower-for-longer oil