Tagged With LNG
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
Who will be this year’s LNG Power Play Pioneers?
2 June 2021
The new Pioneer award is open to applicants of all genders to celebrate leadership in LNG
Who will be this year’s LNG Power Play Pioneers?
2 June 2021
The new Pioneer award is open to applicants of all genders to celebrate leadership in LNG
Who will be this year’s LNG Power Play Pioneers?
2 June 2021
The new Pioneer award is open to applicants of all genders to celebrate leadership in LNG
China’s LNG imports set for summer spike
1 June 2021
Volumes will rise along with temperatures amid rising demand and storage requirements
US eyes LNG decarbonisation
1 June 2021
Offsetting the carbon produced by export cargoes is gaining popularity but still needs better data overview
Japan sees long-term role for LNG
1 June 2021
Natural gas will be an essential part of Japan’s plan to be carbon-neutral by 2050 and beyond
China poised for rapid LNG expansion
17 May 2021
New and existing domestic players are investing in regasification infrastructure to help meet surging demand
Arctic LNG 2 inks long-term contracts
30 April 2021
Russia's Artic LNG 2 project continues to advance, with the signing of long-term sales and purchase agreements (SPAs) for the entirety of LNG production
Clock ticks on Algeria
29 April 2021
Time to ponder the value of its hydrocarbons is a luxury the North African state may no longer have
Australian gas market poised for ‘transformation’
22 April 2021
Timely delivery of new projects will be vital to avoid shortfalls, AEMO says
Further delays likely for Mozambique LNG
19 April 2021
A fresh assault on Palma will at the very least slow planned liquefaction developments
Timor-Leste looks to LNG imports
12 April 2021
The Southeast Asian nation plans to convert three power plants to run on gas
Egypt LNG restart optimism no substitute for gas strategy
11 April 2021
The high-profile restart of the Damietta facility has ramped up rhetoric and expectations. But it may not be as simple as that
Winter LNG transit highlights Arctic’s growing role
8 April 2021
Russia is leading the charge to normalise Arctic shipping as the region warms
New LNG markets prove tough nuts to crack
8 April 2021
Floating storage and regasification has reduced entry barriers for aspiring LNG importers. But opening up a new market remains a tricky business
LNG steps out of Qatar’s shadows
3 April 2021
Investment in LNG liquefaction capacity got off to a flying start in 2021 with the North Field East expansion project. How much more can we expect?
Etinde hinges on government talks
31 March 2021
The future of the Cameroonian gas project depends on the outcome of commercial and contractual negotiations
Decarbonising LNG: the heat is on
31 March 2021
When the largest buyer in the largest consuming country commits to net-zero emissions by 2050, suppliers must start to respond. And they are
Decarbonising LNG: the heat is on
31 March 2021
When the largest buyer in the largest consuming country commits to net-zero emissions by 2050, suppliers must start to respond. And they are
LNG trade trends defy assumed truths
31 March 2021
The inexorable rise of spot trading may be losing momentum as the market finds new ways to balance
Shipping faces tough decarbonisation choices
30 March 2021
Supply chains will be critical as the maritime sector looks for alternative fuels
Shipping faces tough decarbonisation choices
30 March 2021
Supply chains will be critical as the maritime sector looks for alternative fuels
LNG’s buoyant brave new world
29 March 2021
The industry’s big players remain optimistic despite the headwinds of the last two years
Philippine LNG sector picks up speed
23 March 2021
As much as 10.5mn t/yr of regasification capacity could be coming online in 2022
India’s import opportunity trumps its upstream
22 March 2021
International firms still see targeting India’s downstream demand as significantly more attractive than investing in its production, despite recent government reforms and efforts at promotion.