The Angola LNG plant. The facility is due to come back online by the end of the month. (BP plc) LNG

Angola LNG committed to restart by end-Sept

Angola LNG’s run of bad luck may finally be over, with maintenance at the plant due to be completed by the end of the month.

By Miriam Malek 26 September 2016 12:46 GMT

Gas Trends

Bear market hall of fame

Natural Gas Daily examines reactions to the new bear market reality in eight countries and reviews what NOCs and IOCs are doing to limit their losses.

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Supply & Demand

South American LNG market hinges on weather

Estimating South America’s future LNG demand is a guessing game, mainly because of the weather.

LNG

Thailand looks to LNG to support waning production

Thailand is massively expanding its LNG import infrastructure in an effort to plug the gap caused by declining domestic gas output.

Policy & Regulation

Energy industry is EU’s highest CO2 emitter

The Energy industry is responsible for 30% of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions, making it the highest-emitting sector.

Supply & Demand

Malaysia sees boost in export revenue

Higher prices boosted Malaysia’s LNG export earnings in July, with LNG beginning to reflect the higher cost of oil.

Interviews

Stephen Luxton, director of mineral resources for the Falkland Islands. (Falkland Islands Government) Exploration & Production

A fresh chapter for the Falkland Islands?

Stephen Luxton, director of mineral resources for the Falkland Islands, talks about what warmer UK-Argentine relations mean for oil and gas.

GLX Chief Executive Damien Criddle says it will take one or two years to change the way gas is traded. (GLX) LNG

Online trading for spot LNG coming soon – GLX exec

Global LNG Exchange’s Damien Criddle tells Interfax Natural Gas Daily how he hopes the company’s new online platform will change the way LNG is traded.

The potential routes of Turkish Stream and the now-cancelled South Stream. EU Energy Policy

Turkish Stream may up Turkey’s exposure to Russia

A revival of the Turkish Stream project may increase Turkey’s dependence on Russian gas, something that should concern the EU, says the European Policy Centre’s Marco Giuli.

A Masdar solar facility. The company is able to test battery storage systems under a variety of conditions. (Masdar) Alternative Fuels

Battery technology can pass the test – Masdar

Interfax speaks to UAE-based Masdar, which has built a facility in Abu Dhabi that enables battery makers to test their technologies.

Opinion

Wildcat gives you a head-start on the coming week. Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a head-start on the week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

Tunisians outside the UGTT Union marking the anniversary of the Arab Spring. (PA) Exploration & Production

Petrofac’s threats to quit Tunisia are getting old

After nine months of production stoppages in Chergui, Tunisia is scrambling to reverse Petrofac’s alleged decision to leave by striking a last-minute deal with the unions.

PAE wants its own portion of the Aguada Pichana block, which it currently shares with YPF and others. (YPF) Exploration & Production

Does BP want a driving seat in Argentine shale play?

BP’s Argentine business is unwilling to ride shotgun in the giant Vaca Muerta shale play, sources tell Wildcat.

Wildcat gives you a head-start on the coming week. Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a head-start on the week and a round-up of what mattered last week.