The Amu Darya gas project in Turkmenistan, which feeds China via the Central Asia-China Pipeline. (CNPC) Supply & Demand

China continues to hold sway in Central Asia

Despite China’s cooling economy, the country’s involvement in Central Asian gas projects shows little sign of slowing down.

By Paul Sampson 25 July 2016 11:05 GMT

Analysis & Forecasts

Regional Focus: Middle East & Africa

Market Drivers

Politics clouds Turkey’s gas-to-power ambitions

Turkey’s political situation following the failed coup is expected to adversely affect the country’s long-term gas-to-power ambitions.

Features

Italy – LNG opportunities at risk

Italy’s dependence on gas imports is set to grow. As potential new LNG import projects face delays, opportunities for more diverse and competitive supply could be missed.

Comment

Brazil won’t buy gas to meet Olympic Games power demand

If Brazil does suffer electricity cuts during the Olympic Games in August, it will not be for lack of gas.

Features

The future is bright for LNG in Kuwait

Kuwait’s increasing dependence on LNG imports will force traditional suppliers such as Qatar to become more competitive with LNG coming from the US and Australia.

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Bear market hall of fame

Natural Gas Daily examines reactions to the new bear market reality in eight countries and reviews what NOCs and IOCs are doing to limit their losses.

24 February 2016 13:13 GMT