Tagged With LNG
LNG delays push Pakistan towards coal
18 February 2020
Pakistan’s hope that the growth of LNG imports would relieve energy-induced constraints on economic growth has been dashed by project delays. Instead, it has turned to the IMF for economic help and coal to relieve energy shortages
Australian emission plans will fuel expansion of gas-to-power
16 February 2020
New South Wales will rely on coal seam gas and/or imported LNG to form the core of its plan to reduce emissions and electricity prices
Total defies the odds
14 February 2020
Succession of acquisitions and project ramp-ups help strengthen the company’s portfolio in a tough environment for the sector
Annova LNG grinds forward
6 February 2020
A recent pipeline access agreement is a step forward for the Gulf Coast LNG export project, but an FID still faces obstacles
LNG ready to play its part
31 January 2020
LNG will have a growing role in the electrification of the global energy economy, despite increasing headwinds from the anti-fossil fuel lobby
LNG – Powering progress
31 January 2020
Gas complements the peaks and valleys of power generated by renewables, providing a backbone that enables broader penetration of renewables into the energy mix
LNG to Power Forum - Dubai
30 January 2020
As the world accelerates the electrification of its energy economy – to meet fast-rising demand for electrically powered equipment and vehicles, and as the centrepiece of strategies to mitigate climate change – MENA countries face an unusual combination of opportunities and challenges: Join in the debate about what the future holds for LNG to Power in the MENA region.
Gas readies for its oil moment
28 January 2020
The growth in spot LNG is transforming gas into a globalised commodity market
In search of LNG demand and how to pay for it
27 January 2020
Demand is striving to catch up with supply but the short-term future looks challenging
LNG to test market and infrastructure limits
8 January 2020
The global LNG market will face significant change as a supply glut, infrastructure constraints and a rapidly restructuring market test market participants
‘America Third’ to turn down LNG supply
7 January 2020
US liquefaction plants are typically cited as the first to turn down if the global LNG markets cannot absorb supply
The LNG SPA and the energy transition
6 January 2020
The long-term nature of gas and LNG contracts poses legal challenges which may be conventional or, depending on the shape of the low-carbon future, unexpected
Global LNG overhang is not done yet
3 January 2020
Gas prices may struggle to move significantly higher in 2020, despite a recent bounce
Chinese LNG demand growth tapers off
2 January 2020
A rise in imports fuelled by Beijing’s clean air initiative is threatened by the aftermath of trade tensions with Washington
East Med juggles win/losses and win/wins
2 January 2020
Rivalry continues to impact energy projects across the region. But collaboration will be essential to achieve economic potential
Vietnamese LNG works on politics and price
13 December 2019
Hanoi needs energy security. But US LNG can also tick some boxes for its relationship with Washington
Permian gas seeks exits
19 November 2019
The glut of associated gas production in the Permian Basin has led to a scramble to build new takeaway capacity, although significant relief will not come before 2021
Eni targets LNG portfolio expansion
14 November 2019
The Italian oil and gas firm is aiming to grow despite a challenging market
Interconnected markets boost LNG trading
14 November 2019
German gas and power firm Uniper sees a compelling need to understand LNG, given the impact on its core business
Aphrodite feels the love
12 November 2019
Cypriot energy minister Georgios Lakkotrypis issues the country’s first exploitation licence to the Aphrodite consortium to export gas to Egypt
Rotterdam LNG bunkering surges again
11 November 2019
Sales of gas as a marine fuel close to double in just three months at Europe’s biggest port
Russian gas to replace LNG glut: Wood Mac
6 November 2019
Declining European indigenous gas production to be substituted by more Russian imports as LNG market tightens
No Asian gas hub imminent: Osaka Gas
6 November 2019
Lack of fully liberalised East Asian downstream sectors and growing linkage to European prices slow progress towards a stand-alone regional gas market
Lower oil slows LNG pricing evolution: Mitsui
27 October 2019
With Brent in its current range, a major seller to Asian buyers questions the current appetite to move away from the oil link
Indian LNG moves beyond pipe dream
24 October 2019
New Delhi needs more than big spending promises to ensure the competitiveness of gas against cheap incumbent alternatives
ExxonMobil tempers LNG liquidity expectations
23 October 2019
Major sees LNG market evolution, but cautions that hopes of a facsimile of oil or pipeline gas markets may be disappointed