Disouq project, Egypt Supply & Demand

Egypt’s LNG trade turning full circle

Key upstream projects coming online ahead of schedule mean Egypt will be self-sufficient in gas production sooner than anticipated, which will also favour its LNG exports.

By Abhishek Kumar 22 September 2017
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
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
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
Policy & Regulation

Former UK energy minister lambasts poor policy

Sir Ed Davey, former secretary of state for energy and climate change, speaks to GGA about the prospects and challenges for gas in the UK and European energy markets.

16 March 2016
Supply & Demand

Southeast Asian LNG – strength in numbers

The individually small LNG markets of Southeast Asia – existing and emerging – are set to go through a period of significant growth at a time when the market needs it.

18 February 2016
Supply & Demand

US LNG exports in troubled waters

The US LNG export capacity under construction is facing a real threat of being severely underutilised until at least 2020 despite the growing influence of portfolio players.

18 February 2016
Exploration & Production

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
Exploration & Production

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
Policy & Regulation

UK power sector – a new path for gas?

The prospects for gas-fired power generation are looking brighter in the UK thanks to new government policies and lower prices.

17 December 2015
Supply & Demand

Chile looks beyond gas-to-power

Renewables are expected to consolidate their position in Chile’s baseload power generation mix in the coming years, while the role of gas as a peak-load fuel will diminish.

17 December 2015
Supply & Demand

GCC fertiliser industry drifting away from gas

The Gulf Cooperation Council’s growing domestic demand for gas will reduce the fuel’s use in the region’s fertiliser industry and force the sector to diversify its feedstock.

19 November 2015
Supply & Demand

Gas in CEE countries: reducing supply risk?

Central and Eastern European gas markets have been dependent on the flow of Russian gas via Ukraine for years. However, improvements to infrastructure and supplies are changing that.

19 November 2015
Supply & Demand

Singapore – moving towards being a gas hub?

Singapore is building the infrastructure and contracting supplies as it prepares to be Asia’s first LNG trading hub.

22 October 2015
Supply & Demand

Middle East and Africa favour floating LNG solutions

The growing demand for LNG in the Middle East and Africa will promote the development of floating LNG import facilities, but not all of the proposed projects will materialise.

22 October 2015
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Storage in Europe – short in the long-term

Paul Bieniawski, CEO of Zechstein Midstream, discusses the challenges facing storage in Europe and what is needed in the long term, in an interview with Global Gas Analytics.

21 October 2015
Global Markets

JODI for Gas – growing stronger

JODI for Gas provides information that is unobtainable anywhere else – and while the dataset is not perfect, it is getting better.

17 September 2015
Exploration & Production

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
Exploration & Production

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
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
Exploration & Production

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

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