Tagged With LNG
QatarEnergy keeps control
30 November 2022
First expansion supply deals illustrate commitment to maintaining its grip of LNG volumes along the value chain
Turkey’s gas hub pipe dream
28 November 2022
Erdogan and Putin’s rhetoric may be more about targeting domestic audiences than any realistic prospect of development
Outlook 2023: America’s role in global gas security
28 November 2022
The US ‘Gaslift’ helped rescue Europe’s energy sector last winter, but with liquefaction plants already operating at capacity, what are the prospects for continued support?
Mozambique upstream progress defies unrest
24 November 2022
The east African country continues to attract investment in oil and gas projects, but concerns over security are still impeding developments in the gas-rich north
China’s gas storage reliance grows
23 November 2022
Despite technical challenges and slow development times, storage capacity is expanding
India courts foreign investors
22 November 2022
The government is seeking to revitalise the country’s upstream through a variety of reforms, says Petroleum Secretary Pankaj Jain
Chinese policy stays in lane
21 November 2022
Party set-piece points to pursuit of balance between economic expansion and competing priorities such as risk management and zero-Covid
EQT remains bullish on Appalachian gas
14 November 2022
The US producer is calling for a rapid buildout of pipeline and export infrastructure
Africa remains a challenge for LNG to power
3 November 2022
Developers have shown strong interest in the region, but the sector has yet to take off, panellists said at Petroleum Economist’s LNG to Power Forum EMEA
QatarEnergy’s INOC paradox
28 October 2022
The state-owned LNG heavyweight is adamant that it is a purely commercial enterprise, but the evidence is conflicting
EU takes aim at the TTF
28 October 2022
The bloc’s energy crisis plans include proposals that threaten to distort the global gas market and may have unintended consequences
Letter from China: Geopolitics injects uncertainty into US LNG take
26 October 2022
China has drastically cut its imports of US LNG this year, but Chinese buyers are still signing up for more volumes
Tellurian suffers Driftwood LNG setbacks
20 October 2022
Cancellation of a bond sale and termination of SPAs spell trouble for the project
Western Canada’s summertime gas glut
17 October 2022
Pipeline maintenance is restricting routes to market, leading some producers to shut in production as prices fall
Asia gas body urges winter coordination
12 October 2022
The demand side will have a greater short-term role than supply in the potentially difficult months ahead
Will Russian gas ever return?
7 October 2022
Views on the longer-term future of the pariah state’s gas resources are divergent
Oman’s upstream aims to rock like its peers
5 October 2022
Don’t call it a comeback, newly gas-focused majors have been here for years
Asian LNG demand may tighten market
5 October 2022
Demand, rather than supply issues, could keep prices high next year
Argentina pursues LNG export dreams
3 October 2022
Vaca Muerta production is rising sharply, but there are still hurdles to clear
Delfin eyes emerging US export strategy
30 September 2022
The company expects more US gas producers to target international markets as it signs a deal with Devon Energy and nears FID on its FLNG project
Commonwealth banks on modular approach
29 September 2022
US developer aims to beat any Gulf Coast labour crunch through offshoring
Pacific LNG producers prepare for crunch
28 September 2022
There may be little spare capacity in the region
Cheniere surprised by lack of European LNG contracting
28 September 2022
US seller sees Asian buyers changing approach but inertia in Europe
Japan and South Korea prepare for crucial winter
27 September 2022
Nuclear availability and the extent of low temperatures will decide how much LNG they will need for the months ahead
US LNG exporters’ FID problem
23 September 2022
Tellurian chief warns that not all recent SPAs may be fulfilled due to challenges in getting projects financed
Letter from India: Cost of import dependence grows
12 September 2022
Surging demand, declining domestic output, high prices and a weakening rupee are all pushing up the country’s import bills
US LNG exports can reach 200mn t/yr – Cheniere
6 September 2022
North America, including Mexico, can make a substantial contribution to global supply
Woodside signs Atlantic basin LNG deals
5 September 2022
The Australian firm is extending its role as a portfolio player
Germany plans fifth floating LNG import terminal
2 September 2022
Berlin continues to use the private sector in its efforts to reduce its dependence on Russian pipeline gas
Canada’s midstream rivals eye LNG opportunities
1 September 2022
The country’s pipeline owners are poised to capitalise as North American LNG export projects proliferate
Darwin LNG backfill remains on track
30 August 2022
The project to switch the liquefaction plant from a Timorese to Australian gas source continues to advance
North American LNG export contracts approach 50mn t/yr
26 August 2022
Shell and Centrica deals latest in post-Ukraine invasion SPA boom for liquefaction projects
China holds the key for European winter LNG
25 August 2022
Demand in the East Asian powerhouse is the major variable for pace of deliveries into the Russian gas-starved continent
Australia’s Pluto LNG kicks off expansion
24 August 2022
The new train will be fed by the huge Scarborough gas field development
Storage disincentives and regional dislocations roil European gas trading
23 August 2022
The loss of Russian volumes has made for unusual market conditions
German utilities take on LNG supply duties
19 August 2022
The first two floating import terminals now have commitments to full deliveries
Dash for gas in the Haynesville
15 August 2022
Bullish output projections and snowballing consolidation illustrate scramble to gain a foothold in the basin
Is floating LNG coming of age in Africa?
11 August 2022
Offshore liquefaction projects seem well-suited for the continent’s upstream
Freeport LNG to restart in October
4 August 2022
The unplanned outage that took the plant offline in June highlighted the growing global importance of US LNG
Adnoc forgoes seasonal break
3 August 2022
The Emirati heavyweight is racing to bring on new gas production to exploit rampant global thirst for the resource
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
TotalEnergies targets 2027 startup for Papua LNG
1 August 2022
Close collaboration between IOCs in Papua New Guinea means other developments may follow
US becomes world’s largest LNG exporter
28 July 2022
And the bulk of its volumes are heading to Europe
ExxonMobil signs up for LNG from Next Decade
28 July 2022
The deal continues the trend of developers making long-term agreements to start in the second half of this decade and is another milestone for the Rio Grande project
Cheniere signs Thai LNG supply agreement
27 July 2022
State-owned PTT has inked its first US supply deal
Cheniere and Petrochina ink LNG deal
21 July 2022
US exporter has signed another long-term supply agreement, this time with a Chinese buyer
Germany chooses locations for additional FSRUs
21 July 2022
Stade and Lubmin selected as LNG import locations as minister also backs a fifth privately held project
Taiwan breaks ground on LNG terminal expansion
19 July 2022
State-owned CPC has started work to expand its Taichung LNG import terminal
Portfolio players roar into post-Ukraine invasion LNG contracting lead
18 July 2022
Three deals boost the share of volumes going into global books
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