Tagged With Gas
Indian government seeks energy investors
1 December 2021
Delhi is looking to the Mideast for energy investment, oil ministry secretary Tarun Kapoor tells Petroleum Economist
Pre-salt fuelling Petrobras’ upstream ambitions
30 November 2021
The offshore region is poised to significantly ramp up production as more midstream gas infrastructure reaches startup and divestments keep coming
Outlook 2022: Russia plays catch-up
30 November 2021
The Eurasian giant has announced an aggressive decarbonisation plan while striving to relieve Europe’s power crunch
Deals booming in the Haynesville
29 November 2021
Strong global gas prospects and high-quality inventory are driving a big swing in M&A activity in the basin
China’s winter gas outlook remains cloudy
22 November 2021
Government policies and unpredictable weather patterns mean supply and demand will be on a knife edge
Europe’s major gas suppliers in war of words
18 November 2021
Russia and Norway take divergent views on how to tackle current price volatility
Flaring risk for Hurricane
16 November 2021
Too much gas could accelerate decommissioning of key remaining asset
Outlook 2022: China’s mixed messages and changing paradigm
15 November 2021
The Asian giant may need to increase coal supply to outlast the winter, but it is clearly greening its long-term energy policy
Santos-Oil Search merger advances
11 November 2021
Papuan court approval sees the deal pass another milestone
Kuwait on defensive over capacity decline
8 November 2021
KPC chief claims remediation is just around the corner, but his assessment appears improbably upbeat
Southeast Asia’s pathway unclear
2 November 2021
Rising demand and a legacy of coal-fired developments could hinder the energy transition in the region
Eni unit set to join the European retail gas LNG exodus
1 November 2021
Questions are being asked about the continent’s gas suppliers in the wake of a price crunch. But the trend is less engagement with the global LNG market, not more
Nigerian domestic gas plans advance
29 October 2021
The Anoh plant is due to come online in H1 2022
Cote d’Ivoire well-positioned for upstream development
28 October 2021
Potential ‘world-class find’ at Baleine bodes well for the West African country’s prospects
Iraqi election results offer domestic gas promise
25 October 2021
A poor showing for Iranian-backed factions may add impetus to efforts to reduce import dependence
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
Western Canada’s gas revival
19 October 2021
Midstream pipeline expansion and cautious operator spending is fuelling an uptick in prices
Winter warning signs for US gas market
18 October 2021
Upward price pressures may benefit producers, but consumers will be hoping for a mild winter this year
South Africa's Eskom seeks transition funding
18 October 2021
State-owned South African utility Eskom is seeking financial backing for its decarbonisation efforts, including the construction of at least 4GW in gas-fired generation capacity
Uniper ups capacity in Gate LNG terminal
11 October 2021
The German utility now owns the largest share of access to the Dutch terminal. But the deal offers little guarantee of supply security
Petrochina squeezed between markets and regulated prices
11 October 2021
China’s energy supply crunch is contributing to mounting losses at the state-controlled firm
Brazil fails to prevent energy crisis
7 October 2021
Government inaction and rapidly changing climate have combined to highlight the importance of diversifying the country’s energy mix
Gas price spike delivers trading volume record
5 October 2021
Exchange Ice reports a slew of new highs as traders try to navigate unprecedented TTF price levels
China scrambles to meet energy demand
5 October 2021
The country is turning to gas to plug the gap in its energy supplies, but it will have to pay a hefty price
Iran talks the talk on Caspian gas
27 September 2021
The Chalous deposit is both significant and conveniently located for potential export purposes. But production is likely a long way off
‘Gas crisis’ brings UKCS supply into focus
21 September 2021
The UK’s vulnerability to high international prices may offer an opportunity to remake the argument for domestic production