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Gas shines in Peruvian power sector

Despite the dominance of hydro in Peru’s power generation sector, it is gas which has risen at the fastest pace.

29 November 2013
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Gas in power faces intense competition from coal and renewables in Germany

The demand for gas in Germany’s power sector is declining, weighed on by the relative cheapness of coal and highly subsidised renewables.

22 November 2013
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EPA helping US gas, but coal is not forgotten

While recently proposed carbon emission targets by the Environmental Protection Agency favour gas, they will simultaneously accelerate the development of carbon capture and storage technology, to coal’s benefit.

19 November 2013
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UK gas – the rise of imports

The UK is set to become increasingly dependent on gas imports as domestic production declines and accounts for a reduced share of supply.

19 November 2013
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Taiwan – a growing need for LNG?

As Taiwan struggles to meet its energy market needs, power sector developments could present opportunities for gas.

19 November 2013
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Japan braces for a nuke-free winter

As Japan prepares for winter without nuclear power, its LNG procurement strategy is being closely watched.

19 November 2013
Gas to Power

Future for gas is bright in Wisconsin

An increasing number of coal-fired power plant closures in the US state of Wisconsin, are presenting an opportunity for gas.

1 November 2013
Storage

A bitter winter in store for Europe?

With relatively low levels of gas in store, Europe will be at risk of supply shortages if winter is especially cold.

22 October 2013
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Libra to disappoint Brazilian ambitions

Brazil’s dependence on imported gas looks set to grow, after a disappointing result at the latest auction of pre-salt acreage.

22 October 2013
Contributed

China – a bigger role for gas ahead

Global Gas Analytics interviews Lu Huaibin, president and founder of Chinese energy consultancy firm 3E, on his views on current trends and the future of China’s gas market.

22 October 2013
Pipelines

Indonesia – no imports in the short term

The Indonesian government faces the challenge of balancing growing domestic demand and LNG exports. However, imports are not expected to be required before 2020.

22 October 2013
Storage

UK vulnerable to winter price spikes

With gas stocks still not fully replenished, Europe faces a tight winter. The UK is among the most vulnerable to price spikes.

22 October 2013
Pipelines

Ramones tender jeopardises Mexico’s gas import plans

Pemex’s decision this week to void the tender for the second phase of Mexico’s biggest gas pipeline project has raised questions about the country’s ability to boost gas imports from the United States.

18 October 2013
Storage

Canadian storage portrays growing discrepancy

A growing discrepancy in the gas storage capacity between the east and west consuming regions of Canada, could result in severe supply constraints in parts of the country and the neighbouring United States.

4 October 2013
Storage

Austrian gas storage – low heading into winter

Austria and other key gas markets in Central Europe are highly likely to go into the start of winter with low levels of gas in store.

27 September 2013
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Renewables advance on gas in Chile, but coal’s the winner

Persistent declines in domestic gas production and growing demand for energy in the country have made Chile reliant on imported LNG among other fossil fuels.

20 September 2013
Pipelines

Iran’s leadership change may spur policy reforms

Iran has the largest proven gas reserves in the world, yet remains a net importer of the fuel. Will a new president facilitate the reform needed to aid its oil and gas sector?

20 August 2013
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Nuclear’s pain is gas’s gain in Florida

Gas has cemented its place in Florida’s power generation mix accounting for more than 60% of the state’s total power generation.

9 August 2013
Storage

European gas storage – still more storage left to fill

For leading markets in Northern Europe, the gap to be filled ahead of winter remains larger than in previous years.

2 August 2013
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Regulatory battle continues in North Carolina’s gas sector

Hydraulic fracturing has been a divisive issue among lawmakers and regulators in North Carolina. The state currently has a moratorium on fracking until 2015.

12 July 2013

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