Tagged With Energy security
Letter from London: Leadership lacking as energy crisis looms
22 August 2022
The UK is facing a winter of energy price discontent, but the governing Conservative party is focused on its own internal struggle
Power demand threat to Europe’s winter gas security
22 August 2022
Greater-than-expected requirements to burn the fuel to keep the lights on could harm supply conservation efforts
Australia mulls LNG export controls
2 August 2022
The recent energy supply crisis has resulted in a political backlash against the nation’s gas exporters
Japan and South Korea promise little immediate LNG market relief
1 August 2022
East Asia’s power sector use may be poised to shrink from 2023, but demand for the fuel is expected to remain strong this year
China’s energy demand faces headwinds
28 July 2022
Economic difficulties mean the outlook for H2 remains highly uncertain despite planned stimulus measures
Norway does its gas best as Germany prepares for gas worst
6 July 2022
One of the EU’s key suppliers is doing all it can to maximise deliveries. Its largest demand centre still expects the situation to deteriorate
Colombia’s oil and gas sector faces political headwinds
1 July 2022
The incoming president has publicly stated his condemnation of the country’s fossil fuels sector, but energy security may force a rethink
Japan faces energy supply crisis
29 June 2022
The import-dependent nation is increasingly reliant on expensive spot LNG cargoes
Canada’s LNG export rebirth
20 June 2022
Europe’s ambitions for a Russian import freeze are a boon to a previously stalled sector
UK hits producers with windfall tax
27 May 2022
The Johnson government U-turns again, while still calling for more investment
Chinese policies hint at future gas plans
26 May 2022
The 14th Five-Year Plan is underway, and the specific roadmap for gas is due later this year
LNG to help solve global energy supply crunch
19 May 2022
Russia’s isolation following its invasion of Ukraine could lead to LNG trade growing faster than previously expected—but only if new supply and infrastructure can be realised in time to avert demand destruction, says Giignl’s Vincent Demoury
US struggles with global energy security champion role
3 May 2022
The country faces a very particular version of the ‘energy trilemma’
Letter from Canada: Alberta makes energy promises it cannot keep
11 April 2022
Production capacity and infrastructure do not match province’s rhetoric
Letter from Eastern Europe: Bulgaria attempts Russian pivot
5 April 2022
On the front line of potential weaponisation of Russian energy, the poorest and arguably most corrupt EU member state is heavily dependent but not without diversification options
Germany's Gazprom move offers only temporary respite
5 April 2022
Berlin acts to prevent Gazprom Germania ownership from transferring to shadowy Russian firms
Letter from Western Europe: Europe’s balancing act
1 April 2022
As tragedy continues to unfold in Ukraine, European leaders hasten to balance security, affordability and sustainability in the energy sector
Siberian Spring: Russia-China energy relations poised for growth
21 March 2022
The fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is likely to spur closer energy cooperation between Moscow and Beijing, although significant hurdles remain
Letter from Amsterdam: Dutch rediscover North Sea gas benefits
21 March 2022
An increasingly import-dependent Netherlands is mulling fresh incentives for offshore gas exploration as the industry prepares to make energy transition pledges
Johnson reaffirms commitment to UKCS oil and gas
15 March 2022
Prime minister sees a role for the basin in greater UK energy independence, as lobby group puts its head above the parapet on windfall tax calls
China prioritises energy security
14 March 2022
The issue took centre stage at the Communist Party’s annual ‘two sessions’ meetings on economic policy for the year ahead
War in Europe reinforces logic for tapping North Sea gas
1 March 2022
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has underscored the urgency for the Netherlands, and Europe more widely, to exploit its domestic gas resources, Nogepa chief tells Petroleum Economist
Gas at the heart of Iraq’s transition
21 October 2021
While oil has grabbed the headlines for Iraq, tapping its gas potential could transform the country’s economic fortunes
Beijing strives to balance security and decarbonisation
15 October 2021
The ongoing global energy crunch underlines the difficult task facing China’s leaders in balancing energy supply security while reaching net zero in the next 40 years
US industry calls for immediate LNG export limits
21 September 2021
Dissenting voices demand gas supplies stay in-country amid falling stocks and energy security concerns
Supply chaos clouds European gas outlook
15 December 2017
Europe may be pushing to diversify gas imports, but two surprise supply shocks have put the sector on edge
Europe's gas security conundrum
23 November 2017
Central Asian countries are eager to pick up the slack, if sanctions hit Russian pipeline supply to Europe
Nurturing the green shoots of upstream growth
10 May 2017
A combination of cuts to upstream capital spending and steepening well decline rates will threaten global supply security, industry leaders warn
Energy leaders embrace new frontiers
18 April 2017
Energy leaders are adapting to a rapid change of pace and identifying new priorities
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