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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.

21 July 2016
Discoveries & Reserves

Kuwait sees intense inter-sector competition for gas

Kuwait focuses on increasing LNG imports and boosting domestic gas production as inter-sector competition for gas increases.

26 May 2016
Unconventional Gas

Doha fiasco reflects geopolitical tensions

The meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC producers in the Qatari capital has only worsened the tensions between oil exporters.

21 April 2016
Discoveries & Reserves

Saudi power sector sees future in gas

Saudi Arabia is promoting greater use of gas in its power sector to reduce its reliance on oil, but it will keep direct crude burns as a strategic option until at least 2020.

17 March 2016
Discoveries & Reserves

Reforms will curb LNG’s future in Argentina

Structural reforms by the Argentine government will curb energy subsidies and boost domestic gas production, reducing the country’s reliance on imported LNG.

22 January 2016
Discoveries & Reserves

TAPI – life in the line?

Construction on the long-delayed Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline has begun. But some of the drivers of progress could support more than TAPI.

22 January 2016
Unconventional Gas

Oil price rout continues

Oil prices have continued to plunge so far this year, bringing many grades of crude close to their operating cost breakeven price.

21 January 2016
Unconventional Gas

Latin America’s lust for LNG dissipates

Latin American LNG imports are under pressure as key consumers look for alternatives, such as boosting domestic gas production and pipeline imports.

17 September 2015
Projects

LNG supply – the outlook from MJMEnergy

GGA examines some of the findings of the LNG Supply Handbook from consultancy MJMEnergy with Nick White, principal consultant at the company and the book’s co-author.

17 September 2015
Unconventional Gas

Improving supplies pressure North American gas prices

Gas storage levels in the United States and Canada are being supported by increasing gas output from key shale plays in the US. This is also pressuring gas prices in North America.

16 September 2015
Contributed

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.

20 August 2015
Discoveries & Reserves

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.

20 August 2015
Licensing Rounds

Pipeline imports dampen Mexico’s upstream zeal

Improving pipeline connections with the United States will reduce Mexico’s dependence on LNG imports, but is unlikely to help upstream investment.

18 June 2015
Discoveries & Reserves

Stability at risk in the South China Sea

Tensions are escalating in the South China Sea. The area may become unstable, and oil and gas reserves are potentially at stake.

18 June 2015
Discoveries & Reserves

Myanmar: future promise, short-term problems

In the long run, Myanmar has serious gas production and export potential, but supply problems threaten to constrain short-term development of the country’s domestic market.

21 May 2015
Discoveries & Reserves

Petrobras’s woes will dent Brazil’s gas output

The state oil and gas company’s financial pain will restrict gas production growth in Brazil. But a slew of financial, technical and economic issues are also potential hurdles for gas output.

22 April 2015
Discoveries & Reserves

Supply crunch looms in Colombia and Venezuela

High domestic gas demand in Colombia and Venezuela, where there is limited flexibility to increase production, will make the two countries reliant on imported gas and LNG in coming years.

19 March 2015
Projects

Lower rig use fails to cut oil and gas supply

Prices may be down and the oil and gas rig count falling, but the effect on global output has been minimal so far.

18 March 2015
Unconventional Gas

UK imports more gas, less coal as prices drop

The global low oil price environment means oil-linked gas is becoming more competitive against coal for some customers.

18 February 2015
Discoveries & Reserves

Canada’s LNG export appeal is fading

Numerous challenges mean the future looks bleak for Canada’s LNG export projects – which could mean a boost in demand for supplies of the fuel from the US.

18 February 2015

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