Latin America’s dependence on LNG imports is set to diminish in the coming years as key regional consumers move away from the fuel.
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The NBP day-ahead was around 33 p/th on Tuesday, having fallen by more than 1 p/th from Monday.
Centrica has announced the permanent closure of six wells at Rough.
Pakistan has plans to become a world-leading LNG importer within the next five years, but obstacles in the domestic market could stand in its way.
Gas is losing the race for Central America’s power sector as regional governments avoid expensive infrastructure investment, opting instead for renewables.
The chances that Turkish Stream will be built are low despite the improving relations between Moscow and Ankara. Nevertheless, Russia will remain Turkey’s most reliable gas supplier.
The UK has a new government and a new energy department. These changes and other post-referendum developments are already affecting the gas market.
Iran’s forthright rejection of proposals to freeze oil production reflects its ambitious investment plans for its oil and gas sector now that sanctions against the country have been largely removed.
Low prices are starting to hit global oil and gas production and are stoking demand. Prices will eventually bounce, but only when the overhang of stocks is absorbed.
Following the result of the UK’s referendum on its membership of the EU, considerable uncertainty looks likely to persist in the short term.
LNG imports in the region are expected to see double-digit growth in 2016, resulting in floating LNG import solutions becoming more popular and increased participation by portfolio players.