Interfax's briefing with Novatek CEO Leonid Mikhelson LNG

Novatek sees Asian LNG demand spike

Asian LNG demand forecasts will be revised upwards as new terminals come online, Novatek Chief Executive Leonid Mikhelson told an Interfax Energy briefing.

By Staff reporter 18 October 2017
The port of Pemba in  Mozambique, site of  the LNG logistics base. LNG

Militant attacks spook investors in Mozambique LNG

Attacks near Mozambique’s planned LNG projects may not be linked to Al-Shabab, but they hint at a future of more unrest in the region.

Sinopec’s LNG terminal in Beihai. Supply & Demand

China gas boom to trigger new ‘LNG super-cycle’

Chinese importers need to start contracting for more LNG to avoid a supply shortfall early next decade that could spark a new ‘super-cycle’ in export projects.

Deliveries of test gas  to the LNG terminal in Świnoujście, Poland. LNG

Central Europe eyes further investment in LNG

Central Europe is looking to LNG to provide an alternative to its over-dependence on Russian gas imports.


EU gas network can meet high demand – ENTSOG

The European gas network is flexible enough to deal with high-demand scenarios in the coming winter provided enough gas is available.

Stock-building pushes up Chinese LNG prices

Stock-building ahead of winter drove China’s ex-works LNG prices up by 9.58% week on week last week.

Asian LNG prices hit highest level since March

Spot LNG prices in Asia’s major importers averaged $6.76/MMBtu on 13 October, their highest level since mid-March.

Africa-Europe pipeline gas exports see small rise

Exports of pipeline gas from North Africa to Europe rose by 0.8% week on week in Week 41, to 862.7 MMcm.