Dunkirk LNG. (EDF) Supply & Demand

Gas in France – challenges for future growth

Potential changes in energy strategy will shape both the gas and power sectors in France - but the prospects for gas demand growth will remain weak.

By Catriona Scott 23 March 2017
The growing demand for LNG in the Middle East and Africa will promote the development of floating LNG import facilities. (Höegh LNG) 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
Gas storage facility, Austria. (OMV) 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
JODI for Gas database (Interfax) 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
LNG terminal, Chile. Latin American LNG imports are under pressure as key consumers look for alternatives. (GNL Mejillones) 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
LNG Barcelona Knutsen loading up at Peru's Pampa Melchorita liquefaction facility. (Repsol) 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
The EU must seize the opportunity of domestic shale gas to help meet its emissions goals and reduce its dependence on foreign suppliers. (3Legs Resources) Exploration & Production

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
EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, from left, address the media after closed-door talks on the Iranian nuclear program in Vienna, Austria, 14 July 2015. (© European Union, 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
Bergensfjord LNG-powered ferry. LNG looks set to take off as a bunkering fuel over the next 10 years. (LMG Marin) LNG

LNG bunkering – full steam ahead?

LNG looks set to take off as a bunkering fuel over the next 10 years, but there are still significant risks to the pace of development.

20 August 2015
Gas will dominate the Egyptian energy landscape in the next few years despite supply constraints. (RWE Dea) Supply & Demand

All roads lead to gas in Egypt

Gas will dominate the Egyptian energy landscape in the next few years despite supply constraints, with LNG imports a temporary solution until domestic production recovers.

16 July 2015
Supply & Demand

Nord Stream and expanding Russian gas exports

Imports of Russian gas into Europe will rise. Even if transit via Ukraine comes to an end after 2019, new lines into Europe will support additional flows.

16 July 2015
Gazprom has plans to diversify into Asia and the LNG sector, and harbours ambitions for gas in transport. (PA) LNG

Gazprom to go forth and diversify – Komlev

Gazprom Export’s Sergei Komlev talks to Global Gas Analytics about US LNG exports, Europe’s falling gas demand and the company’s plans for greater diversification into Asia and the LNG sector.

15 July 2015
Improving pipeline connections with the United States will reduce Mexico’s dependence on LNG imports, but is unlikely to help upstream investment. (Shell) Exploration & Production

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
US Navy amphibious assault vehicles perform a combined assault exercise near one of the contested islands in the South China Sea. (PA) Exploration & Production

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
The worsening civil unrest in Libya is having dire consequences for domestic gas production and distribution. (PA) Supply & Demand

Libya’s gas sector descends into chaos

The worsening civil unrest in Libya is having dire consequences for domestic gas production and distribution, the integrity of Libya’s NOC, and pipeline gas exports to Italy.

21 May 2015
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. (PA) Exploration & Production

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
The low oil price is delaying the development of gas as a transport fuel in Europe, but the situation will not last. (Gazprom) Gas for Transport

Gas in transport – still driving forward

The low oil price is delaying the development of gas as a transport fuel in Europe, but the situation will not last.

22 April 2015
Petrobras's Urucu oil and gas plant, Brazil. (PA) Exploration & Production

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
Darwin LNG plant, Australia. The world faces a glut of LNG coming to market over the next 10 years. (Conoco) Supply & Demand

Global LNG supply is unlikely to tighten soon

The world faces a glut of LNG coming to market over the next 10 years. How will the new supply be absorbed? Guest author Mitun Patel, Manager at QED Consulting gives his view.

21 April 2015
Colombia-Venezuela pipeline. High domestic gas demand in Colombia and Venezuela will make the two countries reliant on imported gas and LNG in coming years. (PA) Exploration & Production

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
Indian Petroleum Minister Murli Deora, Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, Turkmen President Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, from left, pose for a photo during a meeting in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, December 2010 to discuss the long-proposed TAPI pipeline. (PA) Supply & Demand

Pakistan to enter the world of LNG imports

The commissioning cargo for Pakistan’s first LNG terminal is due to arrive in March, marking the start of gas imports for the country. However, how much gas Pakistan will take – and in what timeframe – remains in question.

19 March 2015

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