Letter from the US: Oil and gas sector faces cold hard facts
23 February 2021
Glacial temperatures in southern states showcase lack of provision against extreme weather
Letter from China: State firms stay committed to hydrocarbons
15 February 2021
Beijing has made big promises on emissions, but China’s NOCs are still going for gas
Letter from Canada: Last chance for Newfoundland offshore
4 February 2021
The province has potential, but it needs big finds and it needs them fast
Letter from Brussels: Gas infrastructure falls out of favour
4 February 2021
Coal-to-gas switching could be undermined by proposed regulation excluding gas infrastructure from energy priority scheme
Letter from the Middle East: Qatar rapprochement could bring gas benefits
28 January 2021
Greater GCC harmony might offer an opportunity to untangle some of the Middle East’s notoriously illogical gas dynamics, but LNG looks more promising than pipelines
Letter from Moscow: Rosneft bucks trend with Arctic push
21 January 2021
At a time when many IOCs are shunning large-scale investments in oil extraction, Russia’s biggest oil producer is pressing ahead with perhaps its largest ever undertaking
Denmark’s oil and gas bans—an exercise in virtue signalling?
14 January 2021
No future rounds to award new E&P licences will take place. Given recent exploration activity, it is unlikely anyone will care
Regulation to play a key role in India’s gas ambitions
15 October 2020
The US experience suggests building pipelines is not enough. An effective regulatory regime is also required