Tagged With Natural gas
Outlook 2022: US bipartisanship and regional divergence
22 November 2021
The North American powerhouse will need to develop several energy transitions to green its economy, but has taken important baby steps
Western Canada’s gas revival
19 October 2021
Midstream pipeline expansion and cautious operator spending is fuelling an uptick in prices
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
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
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
Letter from China: Five-Year Plan puts energy over decarbonisation
28 March 2021
China’s reluctance to ease back on fossil fuels highlights the contrasting narratives of energy security and decarbonisation
Delek boosts Israeli gas exports
18 March 2021
Leviathan startup, combined with flows to Egypt and Jordan, shows a material bottom-line impact
Testing times for the European gas sector
3 April 2020
The market was already enduring a difficult 2020—and the Covid-19 outbreak will test it to its limits
Commission pushes euro-denominated trading
1 March 2020
European authorities are keen to try to move markets away from the dollar
Energy demand: Three drivers
25 February 2020
Energy use will be increasingly efficient and less carbon intensive than it is today
India’s ‘blue flame revolution’ gathers pace
28 January 2020
Natural gas will play a pivotal role in underpinning the world’s fastest-growing major economy as the government grapples with its energy trilemma—to make its supply secure, affordable and sustainable
Global LNG overhang is not done yet
3 January 2020
Gas prices may struggle to move significantly higher in 2020, despite a recent bounce
US election looms large for energy in 2020
17 December 2019
Foreign policy will pose a range of geopolitical risks to energy markets, while US shale will slacken its breakneck pace
Gas on the rise in Oman
26 November 2019
Expanding upstream investment is boosting Oman’s thriving gas sector
Gas and renewables boost power efficiency
31 October 2019
The metrics are very different, but global power market’s two growth engines are making efficiency gains
Asian megacities face renewables reality
31 October 2019
Population density and grid constraints could limit renewables’ capacity to power Asia-Pacific's rapidly expanding urban metropolises
The future of renewable energy
23 October 2019
Software will be increasingly important to manage renewable power into energy systems
Gas ‘essential’ to the energy transition: Dudley
10 October 2019
Hitting net-zero carbon emissions is impossible without natural gas, CCS and hydrogen, says departing BP leader
Cost could curb China’s gas appetite
30 September 2019
The post-Tiananmen Square compact of rising living standards in return for political obedience may prioritise affordable residential energy over blue skies
Vopak looks to gas
24 September 2019
Vopak will continue with its oil business but it sees growth in LNG and chemicals
Norway's gas flows take a dive
24 September 2019
Europe’s congested gas market sees Norwegian sales drop to an almost three-year low
Uniper boosts its LNG trading footprint
20 September 2019
The German gas wholesaler has expanded its reach far beyond its traditional European pipeline market
Producers talk up gas demand growth
18 September 2019
Affordability and increasing flexibility could underpin double-digit growth, say bullish developers of supply
Next Decade lauds non-price differentiators
17 September 2019
Texan LNG project developer sees advantages that give its Rio Grande LNG facility the edge
Calcasieu Pass adds to US LNG second wave
27 August 2019
Venture Global takes the third Gulf Coast export FID of the year, even as questions over pricing grow
Germany belatedly joins Europe's war on coal
29 July 2019
Europe’s largest coal consumer illustrates a pathway for the remaining hold-outs
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