The Dunkirk LNG terminal. It is slated to begin operations before the end of the year. (EDF)
Supply & Demand

French wholesale gas market braces for change

The merger of two of France’s pricing hubs and a new LNG terminal will change the playing field for the country’s gas market.

Brazil’s Itaipu Dam. Hydro generation in the country has been crippled by drought. (Itaipu Binacional)
Supply & Demand

Brazil considers re-exporting surplus LNG

Rising reservoir levels and a reduction in demand could leave Brazil with enough surplus LNG to re-export.

Tourah cement plant, Egypt. The country lifted its ban on coal imports for the cement sector in 2014. (Suez Cement)
Exploration & Production

Upstream delays add to Egyptian supply woes

Egypt is facing a long wait for new gas projects as demand rises and field production declines, with LNG struggling to fill the gap.

Statoil’s Troll A platform in the North Sea. The company could cut more jobs. (Øyvind Hagen/Statoil)
Exploration & Production

Further cuts loom for Norway’s offshore sector

More job losses and project cancellations could hit Norway’s petroleum sector if energy prices stay low.

Bergensfjord LNG-powered ferry. LNG looks set to take off as a bunkering fuel over the next 10 years. (LMG Marin) Features

LNG bunkering – full steam ahead?

LNG looks set to take off as a bunkering fuel over the next 10 years, but there are still significant risks to the pace of development.

EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, from left, address the media after closed-door talks on the Iranian nuclear program in Vienna, Austria, 14 July 2015. (© European Union, 2015) Features

Nuclear deal heralds a new era for Iranian gas

If the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 countries is successfully implemented it will boost Iran’s gas production and exports in the medium-to-long term.

The EU must seize the opportunity of domestic shale gas to help meet its emissions goals and reduce its dependence on foreign suppliers. (3Legs Resources) Features

Europe needs more gas, so should develop shale gas

The EU must seize the opportunity of domestic shale gas to help meet its emissions goals and reduce its dependence on foreign suppliers, writes climate and energy consultant Stephen Tindale.

European Markets

NBP day-ahead dips below 40 p/th on strong supply

Day-ahead prices at the UK’s NBP hub dipped below 40 p/th ($6.27/MMBtu) on Tuesday for the first time since mid-August last year.

North American Markets

Limited upside in sight for Henry Hub price

Improving gas supplies in the United States and Canada are dampening hopes for the recovery of the Henry Hub futures price any time soon.

Special Reports

The Rumble in Rovuma: Mozambique takes on the LNG heavyweights

Exploring the development of Mozambique LNG and how this potentially game-changing project could affect the global LNG industry.

Be Careful What You Wish For: The LNG Market in 2015

Independent estimates of LNG project startup dates and a look at how the market is likely to develop over the next five years.

Keeping Out The Cold: Europe's Winter Gas Supply Security

A look at the global LNG supply situation in addition to projections for when new sources could reach the terminals of Europe.

Terminal Velocity: The Race for Regas

How global LNG regasification capacity is set to develop over the course of this decade and what this will do to change the supply/demand balance in the global LNG market.

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