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The Netherlands' Gate LNG terminal

Competition hots up in German regas race

Plans to build LNG terminals in Germany are gaining pace, with three large-scale facilities proposed.

By Silvia Favasuli 19 October 2018
LNG bunkering with the Engie Zeebrugge LNG

Asia steps up LNG bunkering services

Indonesia’s Pertamina plans to offer LNG bunkering at the Arun terminal as an alternative to Singapore.

UK PM Theresa May arriving for a summit in Brussels. EU Energy Policy

EU gas sector calls for safeguards under no-deal Brexit

Europe’s energy industry is calling on Brexit negotiators to urgently safeguard common interests in gas and power markets before the UK leaves the EU in March 2019.

South Korea's Incheon LNG terminal LNG

Asian LNG buyers face demand uncertainty

Power market unbundling in Japan and South Korea is making it hard for LNG buyers in both countries to predict demand.


Norwegian Energy Minister Kjell-Boerge Freiberg. (Thomas Brun/NTB-Scanpix)

Norway commits to stable taxes and new licence rounds

Norway will remain a major gas supplier to Europe, Norwegian Energy Minister Kjell-Boerge Freiberg tells Interfax Natural Gas Daily.


Taiwan’s LNG imports up 21% in July

Taiwan's LNG imports hit their second-highest monthly figure on record in July, and the growth is set to continue.


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.