Developers in Central Asia, the East Mediterranean and the Middle East are all pointing their pipelines towards Turkey, and if negotiations proceed as planned up to 52 bcm of new gas supplies could flow into the Turkish market – and onwards to Europe – potentially by 2020.
US LNG buyers should look to asset managers for gas – Jordan Cove
Guy Dayvault is commercial manager for Veresen’s Jordan Cove LNG project in Oregon, a greenfield development that is second in line for non-FTA export approval. He spoke to Interfax at CWC’s World LNG Summit in Paris about the project and the rise of a new US industry.
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Eastern Oz does not need domestic reservation – gas buyer
While many of Australia’s biggest gas buyers are calling for a national domestic gas reservation policy, Orica says what the market really needs is support for the development of new domestic projects.
Mexico seeks a deepwater design as energy reforms loom
Experts tell conference delegates that Mexico’s energy reforms should exploit the country’s gas-rich deepwater industry.
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EU Policy & Regulation
The latest policy initiatives in Brussels
Russian bilateral agreements with Serbia and FYR Macedonia regarding the South Stream pipeline may be in breach of EU legislation, the legal counsel of the Energy Community has told Interfax.