Construction of South Stream in Bulgaria in 2013. (Gazprom) Companies & Finance

Eni and Snam mulling ‘South Stream Lite’ investment

The Italian companies have hinted they may be open to investing in a new pipeline across the Balkans intended to be a substitute for Ukrainian transit after 2019.

By Silvia Favasuli 20 March 2018
Artist's impressionof a Tesla battery block

Batteries and renewables could dent Asian LNG demand

By Damon Evans

The falling price of installations combining solar power and battery storage could slow down LNG demand growth in Asia, experts say.

An LNG carrier at Ras Laffan in Qatar.

Qatar crisis raises dispute resolution questions

By Verity Ratcliffe

Arbitration expert Gordon Nardell talks to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the effect Qatar’s diplomatic crisis could have on dispute resolution.

CNOOC Gas & Power’s LNG-fired power plant in Guangdong.

Guangdong to press CNPC for cheaper gas

By Tang Tian

Located far from China’s onshore gas production hubs, the southern province of Guangdong is keen to cut gas prices to spur demand for the fuel.