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Bangladesh hails Henry Hub linkage in US LNG deal
4 August 2021
South Asian importer hopes for price advantage compared with Brent
BP’s Angolan JV could provide future template
3 August 2021
The major’s pooling of non-core resources with Italy’s Eni may be a model moving forward
Q2 maintenance saps Norway’s output
22 July 2021
Extended shut-ins and reliability issues due to last summer’s Covid-related work postponements see NCS production slide
Future Brent options cement Fob status
22 July 2021
The key promoters of the Brent crude trading complex have accepted that the benchmark will not be switching to a delivered status any time soon
Full steam ahead on Aker BP’s project pipeline
20 July 2021
The firm’s extensive portfolio of development opportunities is proceeding apace ahead of Norway’s end-2022 deadline for securing tax breaks
IOG’s Blythe startup slips
19 July 2021
The first of the UK’s independent’s SNS projects has been pushed back into Q4
Okea to look at M&A options
15 July 2021
The Norwegian producer will launch a strategic review to include inorganic growth options
Irish LNG import projects hope to defy political chill
12 July 2021
Regasification plans look to benefit from supply security concerns despite continuing anti-gas sentiment
Oil price recovery stymies Iraq's reform hopes
12 July 2021
The short-term boost to government coffers from crude’s rally will likely postpone any significant changes
Saudi Arabia’s different drivers bode ill for Opec+ unity
6 July 2021
The Kingdom has a radically divergent perspective on both the short- and long-term oil market. And that could mean the cracks in the cartel only getting wider
Europe’s gas market to rely on imported flexibility – IEA
5 July 2021
Despite current unusually high prices, the agency is relatively relaxed that portfolio LNG can replace domestic swing without the need for radical change in European contracting
Iran production could return ‘within two months’
1 July 2021
A likely, albeit not certain, revival of the JCPOA agreement could see a swift rebound in Iranian barrels, says veteran analyst
Opec can have cake and eat it—Morgan Stanley
29 June 2021
No longer having to choose between price and market share means the cartel does not need to rush to ease cuts, says analyst
Asian LNG price premium under pressure again
24 June 2021
As European gas prices rise, the region’s discount to Asia-Pacific is decreasing
Qatar trumpets significant LNG offtake interest
23 June 2021
QP CEO says offers to buy top 60mn t/yr, but an increase in spot market volumes should still not be ruled out
Trafigura sees demand recovery driving oil rally
22 June 2021
The trader raises the possibility of $100/bl crude next year
Var hits oil in Balder Area probe
21 June 2021
The firm’s NCS near-field exploration strategy pays off again
CCI aims to profit from gas and power experience
17 June 2021
The commodity trader believes its reduced focus on liquids trading compared with its peers could offer it an advantage in the energy transition
CCI aims to profit from gas and power experience
17 June 2021
The commodity trader believes its reduced focus on liquids trading compared with its peers could offer it an advantage in the energy transition
Pureplay producer makes case for scope three absolution
16 June 2021
NCS operator Lundin is touting its ‘green’ Johan Sverdrup barrels. Its CEO argues that represents it doing its bit
Pureplay producer makes case for scope three absolution
16 June 2021
NCS operator Lundin is touting its ‘green’ Johan Sverdrup barrels. Its CEO argues that represents it doing its bit
Norway to continue surveying unopened areas
14 June 2021
Far from looking towards the sunset of oil and gas production, the Scandinavian nation is keen to build up a better picture of reserves even where E&P is not yet allowed
Stronger finances deliver Trafigura trading windfall
10 June 2021
The Singapore-headquartered trader is able to do more, and boost profit, due to enhanced access to credit
Letter from London: How will scope three emissions work in practice?
7 June 2021
Carbon intensity of upstream production could become a mere sideshow as and when decisions are made over the allocation of a barrel of oil’s carbon footprint across the value chain
How will scope three emissions work in practice?
7 June 2021
Carbon intensity of upstream production could become a mere sideshow as and when decisions are made over the allocation of a barrel of oil’s carbon footprint across the value chain
PE Live: Emissions data to play a key role in gas’ future
3 June 2021
The industry needs to ensure information on its greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint is accurate and standardised
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