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Permian gas growth to underpin US LNG exports

Surging production from the Permian Basin will underpin growth in US LNG exports and have implications for pricing, delegates at a roundtable hosted by Interfax and Baker & O’Brien heard this week.

24 October 2018
UK and European flags in front of the European Commission Companies

EUA prices slide as Brexit talks falter

Concerns that the UK’s exit from the EU could leave a surplus of unallocated carbon allowances have seen EUA prices drop.

17 October 2018
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UK energy sector faces skills gap

Firms are finding it increasingly difficult to find and retain staff with the skills needed for the future, delegates said at a discussion hosted by Interfax this week.

20 September 2018
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia Companies

Aramco IPO decision may slow economic reform

Saudi Arabia has decided to postpone the IPO of its national oil and gas company, a move that could be a result of political factors.

12 September 2018
Phases 6-8 of Iran’s South Pars project Companies

New US sanctions on Iran will heighten trade worries

Unilateral action by the US in its latest round of sanctions against Iran risks further straining relations with international trading partners.

8 August 2018
Flaring from Shell's Corrib project in Ireland. Companies

Shell shareholders reject call for specific climate targets

The motion, which would have committed Shell to alignment with the Paris agreement, is part of a growing push for oil and gas firms to take tougher action on emissions.

23 May 2018
A cargo being loaded at the Sabine Pass plant in the US Companies

US-China trade dispute will not dent LNG exports

President Donald Trump’s threatened trade war with China looks unlikely to hit fossil fuel exports from the US to the energy-hungry Asian superpower.

11 April 2018
Tanker at Gorgon LNG Results

Majors see improved results, but volatility lies ahead

IOCs are continuing to keep a tight rein on spending despite better earnings, which could make prices more volatile.

1 November 2017
Docked LNG tankers Project Finance

Trends shaping the market this gas year

Global Gas Analytics highlights the issues that will set the agenda for the 2017-2018 gas year.

20 October 2017

Downbeat outlook for Trinidad’s LNG exports

Trinidad will struggle to boost buyer appetite for its LNG and will face bigger problems as the bulk of its long-term supply contracts start to expire.

4 May 2017

Mild US weather weighs on Henry Hub prices

Henry Hub gas prices are expected to remain bearish at the start of February, but they will receive support as cold weather returns in the second half of the month.

1 February 2017

US SCR storage drawdowns support Henry Hub

Persistently high gas drawdown rates in the South Central Region of the US will support Henry Hub prices in the coming weeks.

25 January 2017

Canadian gas prices rise as glut dissipates

Gas prices are expected to climb higher in Canada over the coming weeks as the country increases its storage withdrawal rate.

18 January 2017

Henry Hub looks ahead to a frigid February

Cold weather is set to return to the US and Canada in February, increasing withdrawal rates in both countries.

11 January 2017

Henry Hub starts 2017 on a bearish note

Forecasts for mild temperatures in the US are weighing on the Henry Hub front-month futures price, but regional prices in the country’s northeast remain volatile.

4 January 2017

Price volatility to persist in northeast US

Regional gas prices in the New England and Middle Atlantic regions of the US will remain volatile in the coming weeks despite recent pipeline capacity additions.

21 December 2016

Canadian gas prices rise despite glut

A cold start to the winter in Canada has supported regional gas prices so far in December despite the country being in a gas glut.

14 December 2016
Project Finance

Oil majors to keep tight rein on capex in 2017

US and European oil and gas majors intend to keep a lid on capital spending in 2017 as oil prices are expected to remain low. This could have consequences for prices and the companies’ market shares.

2 November 2016

Gloomy Q2 results expected for oil and gas majors

The release of Q2 results by major oil and gas companies will offer insight into how they are coping with the current low price environment.

27 July 2016

Upstream cuts create potential for supply shock

Oil and gas companies are finding it increasingly difficult to obtain finance for upstream projects, but a lack of investment now could spell a supply shock later.

25 May 2016

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