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CNOOC’s Tianjin LNG terminal
Supply & Demand

China unlikely to drop threat of tariffs on US LNG

China is expected to follow through on its threat to impose tariffs on US LNG, betting on extensive preparations and improved market liquidity to see it through the winter demand season.

By Colin Shek 20 August 2018
Sharjah in the UAE. Exploration & Production

UAE shifts to licensing rounds in exploration push

Simultaneous licensing rounds in Abu Dhabi, Ras al-Khaimah and Sharjah will test interest in the UAE’s acreage – as well as the attractiveness of the three fiscal regimes on offer.

An indian onshore gas terminal Exploration & Production

ONGC forges ahead with KG deepwater project

India's state-backed company is hoping its development in the Bay of Bengal will help it become a major deepwater player.

Sections of pipe for the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline in Italy LNG

WTO ruling challenges EU priority gas projects

The WTO has called the EU’s priority gas projects into question after concluding the selection criteria discriminate against Russian gas.

Interviews

Neil Morris, CEO of the Faraday Institution.

Gas has role in powering EV batteries – Faraday CEO

Neil Morris, the new head of the UK research body, says gas-fired power still has a significant role to play as the world decarbonises.

Infographics

Mexico settles into 20% share of US LNG exports

US LNG makes up just under 10% of Mexico’s gas imports, with US pipeline gas accounting for nearly all of the rest.

Opinion

The Power of Siberia gas pipeline

Is the time right for Northeast Asian pipelines?

The outlook for international gas pipelines in Northeast Asia is improving, but political conditions can change much faster than pipelines can be built.