A tanker at the Gate LNG terminal. LNG

Pavilion Gas and Uniper swap LNG access rights

The agreement will see Pavilion gain access to the Gate and Grain terminals in Europe while Uniper takes rights to Singapore LNG.

By Damon Evans 22 September 2017
A photo of Germany’s Reichstag in Berlin. Policy & Regulation

Germany puts energy debate on hold

German parties are split over their future energy plans but seem to be avoiding discussing it until after the election.

A photo of a Chinese small-scale LNG carrier. LNG

Asia small-scale LNG growth uncertain – delegates

Concerns over creditworthiness and the price of oil may block the expansion of small-scale LNG in Asia, speakers at the CWC Asia Pacific LNG Summit heard.

Flaring from a shale gas well in eastern Australia’s Cooper Basin. Exploration & Production

Gas exploration stymied as Western Australia restricts onshore fracking

Western Australia’s new Labor government has stopped fracking in the state in a move critics say will deter investment in oil and gas exploration.


India and Australia lead exploration activity in Asia

India and Australia accounted for 72% of all rigs exploring for gas in the Asia Pacific region in August.

South Korea seeks to diversify LNG import sources

Kogas will start to take LNG from Iran as South Korea attempts to broaden its narrow base of suppliers.

Chinese trucked LNG sales receive boost

Sales were up by 13.18% at the Ningbo, Qidong and Tangshan terminals, although sales at Qingdao were down by 3.7%.

Southern Corridor TSOs expect gas demand growth

The TSOs of the nine countries in Europe's Southern Corridor Region expect a moderate increase in gas demand as gas-for-power takes hold.