Shin Wolsong nuclear power plant control room (KHNP) Supply & Demand

South Korea’s emissions ambitions

South Korea’s new government is rolling out new energy policies – with big implications for the power sector. These changes could create opportunities for gas-fired power generation.

By Catriona Scott 21 July 2017
Tianjin LNG (CNOOC) Supply & Demand

Ten things to watch at the start of the gas year

At the start of the 2016/2017 gas year, GGA highlights the top 10 events and issues which will shape the gas markets over the next 12 months.

21 October 2016
Central and Eastern European countries are benefiting from improving gas infrastructure and better connections. (PGNiG) Supply & Demand

Central and Eastern Europe keeps delicate balance

Central and Eastern European countries are benefiting from improving gas infrastructure and better connections, but will they be enough to ensure secure supplies this winter?

20 October 2016
The United Arab Emirates will be a net importer of LNG by 2020. (Shell) Supply & Demand

The UAE sees its future as an LNG importer

The United Arab Emirates will be a net importer of LNG by 2020, but the country is planning to diversify its power-generation portfolio in the medium-to-long term.

20 October 2016
The unpredictability of hydropower has caused Central America to deepen its reliance on oil products in its power-generation portfolio. (Robert Linder/freeimages.com) LNG

Renewables eclipse Central America’s gas-to-power vision

Gas is losing the race for Central America’s power sector as regional governments avoid expensive infrastructure investment, opting instead for renewables.

22 September 2016
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. (Photobucket) Supply & Demand

Will Pakistan’s LNG ambitions be realised?

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.

22 September 2016
The UK has a new government and a new energy department. These changes and other post-referendum developments are already affecting the gas market. (PA) Exploration & Production

UK energy: new government, new policies

The UK has a new government and a new energy department. These changes and other post-referendum developments are already affecting the gas market.

16 August 2016
The chances that Turkish Stream will be built are low despite the improving relations between Moscow and Ankara. (Russian Presidency) Supply & Demand

Turkish Stream’s potential could be unrealised

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.

16 August 2016
There has been a recent price convergence between European gas and Asian LNG. (Shell) Contributed

Is global gas price convergence here to stay?

The recent price convergence between European gas and Asian LNG – and whether there is more to come – is discussed in this contributed feature by Mitun Patel from QED Consulting.

15 August 2016
Mina Al-Ahmadi LNG terminal, Kuwait. (Kuwait Petroleum Corp.) Exploration & Production

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
Greenstream receiving terminal, Sicily. Italy’s dependence on gas imports is set to grow. (Eni) Supply & Demand

Italy – LNG opportunities at risk

Italy’s dependence on gas imports is set to grow. As potential new LNG import projects face delays, opportunities for more diverse and competitive supply could be missed.

21 July 2016
Malacca LNG terminal, Malaysia. (Petronas) Contributed

LNG pricing – all change!

Changes in LNG pricing – with sellers under pressure, and buyers gaining power and what it could mean for Asia is assessed in this contributed feature from Nicholas Fulford and Ryan Pereira of Gaffney, Cline & Associates.

19 July 2016
Gas pipelines, Indonesia. (PA) Supply & Demand

Indonesia facing up to future of LNG imports

Indonesia, one of the world’s leading LNG exporters, is on the path to becoming a potential net importer of gas. As domestic demand rises, production levels are likely to fall short.

23 June 2016
Bahia Blanca LNG terminal, Argentina. (Enarsa) Supply & Demand

Argentina attempts to wean itself off LNG

Argentina’s plan to end its dependence on LNG presents difficult questions for suppliers such as Trinidad, the US and Australia.

23 June 2016
Trinidad and Peru are exploring new LNG markets as competition from Australia and the US ratchets up. (BP plc) Supply & Demand

LNG exports from Trinidad and Peru losing steam

Trinidad and Peru are exploring new LNG markets as competition from Australia and the US ratchets up. However, attracting upstream investment could be a more significant challenge.

19 May 2016
South Korea’s gas demand and LNG imports have been in decline, and will continue to fall this year. (Kogas) Supply & Demand

South Korea’s gas decline – time for a turnaround

South Korea’s gas demand and LNG imports have been in decline, and although they will continue to fall this year, demand could grow between now and the end of the decade.

19 May 2016
Melkøya Snøhvit LNG-plant, Norway. With strong piped supplies expected to grow, the market for LNG could be limited. (Statoil) Supply & Demand

Europe – time for an LNG boom?

Europe’s supply/demand gap is set to widen, making the region more dependent on imports. But with strong piped supplies expected to grow, the market for LNG could be limited.

21 April 2016
Contract flexibility and stakes in export projects lie at the heart of Qatar’s LNG strategy. (Shell) Supply & Demand

Qatar boosts LNG flexibility to fend off competition

Contract flexibility and stakes in export projects lie at the heart of Qatar’s LNG strategy as it defends its market share amid intense competition from the likes of Australia.

21 April 2016
Mohammed bin Saleh al-Sada, Qatar's energy and industry minister, addresses journalists at the end of a summit in Doha, Qatar, on Sunday, 17 April 2016. (PA) Exploration & Production

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
Expanded gas processing capacity at Saudi Aramco. (Saudi Aramco) Exploration & Production

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
Restarted nuclear reactors are displacing gas in Japan’s power sector. (Wikicommons) Supply & Demand

Nuclear in Asia – not all doom and gloom for gas

Restarted nuclear reactors are displacing gas in Japan’s power sector, and although a similar picture can be seen in South Korea, the story is different elsewhere in Asia.

17 March 2016

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