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Opposition to fracking in 2013

UK fracking industry faces uphill battle

Fracking is taking place in the UK for the first time since 2011, but time has failed to reduce opposition to the technique.

19 October 2018
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15 October 2018
Exmar's Caribbean FLNG

Exmar deal looks like good news for small-scale LNG

The charter of Exmar’s Caribbean FLNG barge is a positive development for floating liquefaction technology and especially for the small-scale LNG market.

12 October 2018
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8 October 2018
The Solitaire pipelaying ship at work on Nord Stream 2

Nord Stream 2 has won its battle

The controversial pipeline, which many saw as doomed, has overcome its main obstacles and is now set to become reality.

5 October 2018
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1 October 2018
Tight gas production at Pinedale in the United States

IOCs make methane reduction a selling point

Producers pledged to cut methane emissions during last week’s Gastech conference in Barcelona.

28 September 2018
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24 September 2018
A cooling tower at a British power station

World watches as EU carbon reforms bring results

Reforms to the EU’s carbon market have produced tangible results and should provide a boost for similar plans elsewhere.

21 September 2018
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17 September 2018
The Meridian Spirit loading a cargo at Sabine Pass LNG

Structural reforms set LNG on path for next phase

A series of small developments in the LNG sector is set to boost the commodity’s tradability.

14 September 2018
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10 September 2018
Argentine President Mauricio Macri

Argentine austerity threatens production subsidies

Argentine President Mauricio Macri will face pressure to cut generous subsidies to the country’s gas producers, but he should stay the course.

7 September 2018
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3 September 2018
Mexico’s president (right) and president-elect in Mexico City last month

Relief as Mexico’s gas imports avoid NAFTA troubles

The US-Mexico export regime appears to have emerged unscathed from the ‘renegotiation’ of NAFTA.

3 September 2018
A power plant in South Africa

South Africa won’t import Moz gas by pipeline

Will South Africa drop the dream of building a giant pipeline from Mozambique?

31 August 2018
The Challenger FSRU vessel.

New entrants curbing dominance of FSRU incumbents

Companies are looking to order their own FSRUs to their own specifications rather than rely on those built by Excelerate, Golar and Höegh.

29 August 2018
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28 August 2018
Novatek chief executive Leonid Mikhelson

Novatek keeps its options open

The independent Russian player is looking to plug the gap in the global LNG market when supplies tighten in the early 2020s.

24 August 2018
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20 August 2018

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