Tagged With LNG
US LNG eases European storage crisis
20 January 2022
The US is set to play an even larger role in the global gas market this year, with the country gearing up to overtake Australia as the world’s largest LNG exporter
Woodside concludes Pluto 2 deal
19 January 2022
Australian firm finalises sale of stake in LNG project to Global Infrastructure Partners
Japanese firms seek domestic offshore gas
18 January 2022
Inpex, backed by Jogmec, is set to start drilling off the coast of Japan in March
Qatar pulls LNG investment trigger as crown slips
17 January 2022
Doha is full throttle on its LNG growth targets as it seeks to retake its number one spot
Novatek signs Arctic LNG China deals
13 January 2022
Russian gas supplier to send more cargoes to China, but this time to an independent importer and a provincial state-owned group
Japex buys into Vietnamese LNG project
11 January 2022
The firm is poised to enter Vietnam’s burgeoning LNG sector
Chinese gas forecasts leave LNG uncertainty
10 January 2022
There is both plenty of opportunity and plenty of risk for the LNG sector as it looks to meet China’s expanding need for gas
LNG Canada hits pipeline problem
21 December 2021
Canadian export project buffeted by hitches in its Coastal GasLink feedstock provision
China embraces US LNG
20 December 2021
Rising imports and fresh supply deals signal China’s growing interest in US supplies of the fuel
Referendum to shape Taiwan’s LNG future
17 December 2021
Taiwanese voters will decide whether to relocate the $2bn Taoyuan project
Asian demand green lights US LNG
7 December 2021
Chinese deals are driving boom in cargoes and LNG export capacity
Investors unfazed by Vietnamese challenges
29 November 2021
Foreign companies are enthusiastic about Vietnam’s LNG prospects, but risks persist
Outlook 2022: Middle East and Asia joined at the hip
29 November 2021
Greening strategies in the east are creating strong prospects for states to increase gas exports
Jera plans winter LNG stock build
26 November 2021
The Japanese LNG buyer is looking to avoid a repeat of last year’s supply crunch
Delta goes private with Vietnamese LNG project
25 November 2021
The firm’s LNG-to-power development will be the first in Vietnam to be fully privately owned
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
Vietnam poised to join LNG importers club
18 November 2021
At least one, and potentially two, regasification terminals are due to come online next year
Bangladesh to deepen LNG reliance
16 November 2021
The Asian country is looking for foreign investors to build a second regasification terminal
RWE keeps German LNG door open
15 November 2021
Utility still sees at least a short-term need for gas even as Vopak steps back from proposed import terminal
Jera increases stake in Freeport LNG
15 November 2021
Japanese joint venture to buy share in the project’s operating company
LNG industry urges carbon offset caution
10 November 2021
The sector must curb emissions, not merely rely on offsets
Letter from Africa: The path to net zero requires LNG
9 November 2021
Africa’s unique energy access challenges mean LNG will be an essential bridging fuel for the transition
Mozambique signs LNG-to-power deal
5 November 2021
Project sees growing domestic role for Mozambican gas
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
LNG market poised ahead of winter
29 October 2021
Prices hit record levels recently, well in advance of the winter demand peak, but the outlook for the market is mixed
Letter from China: LNG deals show pragmatism in US-China ties
29 October 2021
A US LNG project developer has signed the first long-term supply contracts with a Chinese buyer in nearly four years