Tagged With Natural gas
Germany belatedly joins Europe's war on coal
29 July 2019
Europe’s largest coal consumer illustrates a pathway for the remaining hold-outs
Qatar Petroleum accelerates overseas expansion drive
26 July 2019
While international attention is focused on the Qatari state energy company’s flagship domestic LNG project, the firm is quickly building a worldwide portfolio
The climate threat: Will investors exit big oil?
17 July 2019
Institutional investors are increasingly being required to factor climate change into their decision-making
Nigeria struggles to realise gas potential
9 July 2019
Africa's biggest economy is set to expand gas exports but domestic distribution remains a trickier proposition
Who will lead the gas-to-power charge?
2 July 2019
Low LNG prices and pressing environmental challenges are becoming key drivers for the gas-to-power sector. But widespread adoption faces political and technological hurdles
NGVs battle zero-emissions rivals in EU transport sector
18 June 2019
Fuelling vehicles with natural gas is often cost-effective, but a push to use even greener alternatives is holding the sector back
Sponsored: How Europe's gas industry can decarbonise and transform energy power sectors
6 June 2019
New policies and regulations are essential to speed up the gas evolution
LNG spot trading on a roll
4 June 2019
Growth in “true” LNG spot trading is set to continue, with an emergent role for portfolio players and traders
Chinese LNG faces headwinds
30 May 2019
Huge expansion in imports masks challenges for the future
Video: Gas to Power Forum 2019
20 May 2019
This event featured a day of discussion on the challenges and opportunities within the burgeoning gas-to-power sector.
A new gas benchmark for southern Europe
7 May 2019
New lease of life is raising the profile of a once-moribund hub
Netherlands turns to LNG
1 May 2019
The Dutch reign as a pivotal European gas supplier is officially over, as supply from the Groningen gas field declines
Gas-to-power facing socio-economic challenges
1 May 2019
Vested interest opposition to wider natural gas use for electricity generation discussed as Petroleum Economist holds its first Gas to Power forum in London
Cheap gas stalls EU's carbon price revival
25 April 2019
A slump in gas prices has contributed to the denting of the previous rally in carbon prices
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
BB Energy sees opportunities in logistics
20 February 2019
As the US becomes a key export market for crudes and LNG, the complexity of local logistics is creating new trade opportunities
Russia’s hunger for second eastern gas outlet grows
15 February 2019
China’s rampant gas growth revives talk in Russia of Power of Siberia 2 pipeline project
Snam goes global with gas ambitions
17 January 2019
Italian grid operator diversifies to head off challenge of sagging domestic gas demand
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
Israel mulls future gas strategy
4 January 2019
Supply and demand scenarios underpin recommendations on the fate of as-yet-undiscovered gasfields
Pipeline dreams face the reality of trade restraints
18 December 2018
Amid rising production and surging demand, investment in global oil and gas infrastructure increased in 2018
North American capacity boost
13 December 2018
The region experienced decisive additions to oil and gas capacity in 2018, with soaring natural gas production in the Marcellus and Utica basins outpacing the infrastructure required to move it to market
Wintershall and DEA: A merger with ‘major’ aspirations
23 November 2018
The Wintershall and DEA merger, the largest upstream deal in Europe for over a decade, will be heavily weighted to gas, putting it at the centre of a heated gas debate in Germany
North Dakota's gas flaring challenge lingers on
13 November 2018
Nearly a decade into its hydrocarbons boom, North Dakota, the US’ second-largest oil producing state, still struggles to limit natural gas flaring
South Africa urgently seeking gas as energy transition stalls
18 October 2018
South Africa’s power sector plans envisage a big role for gas, but first the country needs to find the feedstock
Destination unknown for northeast US NGLs
26 September 2018
A shale gas boom is creating a surfeit of liquids. The race is on to expand NGL infrastructure and find markets for ethane and propane