Nord Stream 2 pipe segments in Finland. Policy & Regulation

MEPs challenge extension of EU gas laws

MEPs have voiced their disquiet over the proposed extension of the EU Gas Directive to pipelines from third countries.

By Andreas Walstad 19 January 2018
National Iranian Gas Co. at the World Gas Conference 2015.

Iran ready to send more gas to Iraq

By Verity Ratcliffe

While Iran has nearly finished building the spur from IGAT-6 to the Iraqi border, delays on Iraq's side may hold up supplies.

The onshore terminal for India's KG-D6 block.

BP-Reliance eye FID on Indian deepwater project

By Damon Evans

The two companies are approaching a decision on the giant MJ gas field project, part of India's troubled KG-D6 block.

The North Rankin platform in the North West Shelf.

Glimmers of hope for Aussie upstream sector in 2018

By Sally Bogle

Australia’s upstream sector is starting to see a recovery in investment prompted by higher oil prices and growing regional LNG demand.

Hoegh LNG FSRU at jetty
Special Report

The outlook for FSRUs and flexible LNG

As rising domestic demand outstrips existing sources of gas supply in emerging markets, countries are taking advantage of the more flexible options that FSRUs have to offer.

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Kazakhstan: Risks and opportunities in a changing energy landscape

Kazakhstan is a country rich in natural resources. This special report addresses some of the challenges and opportunities facing investors in the country’s energy sector.

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