The Sabine Pass LNG plant in the US. China took six cargoes from the plant last year. (Cheniere) LNG

China urged to forge closer US energy ties

China should look to position itself to import LNG from the United States to satisfy its soaring gas demand, analysts have said.

The Höegh Grace FSRU. Regasification vessels are becoming increasingly popular worldwide. (Höegh) LNG

Are FSRU providers forgetting their market?

The growing size of FSRUs is making them increasingly unsuitable for use by small first-time importers.

LNG

Global LNG demand to grow twice as fast as gas demand – Shell

Global LNG demand is set to grow at 4-5% per year between 2015 and 2030 – twice the growth rate of gas demand – according to Shell’s inaugural LNG Outlook.

21 February 2017
Wildcat gives you a head-start on the coming week. Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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20 February 2017
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.

13 February 2017
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.

6 February 2017
Wildcat gives you a head-start on the coming week. Global Markets

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30 January 2017
A drilling rig in the Khazzan gas field in Oman. (BP plc) Supply & Demand

Future of gas hinges on political will

The future of world gas demand is dependent on political will to combat climate change, and it is up to the gas industry to convince policymakers to make it happen.

27 January 2017
Global Markets

Shale to dominate gas production to 2035 – BP

BP's Energy Outlook forecasts shale will dominate new gas production and Asia will be the biggest source of demand growth over next two decades.

27 January 2017
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23 January 2017
LNG

Four more FSRUs to be deployed in 2017

Four new floating LNG import projects are due to start up this year – equal to last year's total.

23 January 2017
LNG

Yamal LNG’s third train could be online early – Mikhelson

The third train of Yamal LNG could come online a few months earlier than planned, Novatek Chief Executive Leonid Mikhelson has told Interfax in an interview.

20 January 2017
Companies & Finance

Gas investments worth $7 tln needed by 2040 – GECF

Global gas demand will be slower over the next 25 years, but $7 trillion will still need to be spent on gas production and transport to meet demand, says the GECF.

20 January 2017
A gas flare in China. Oil producers flared 147 bcm of gas globally in 2015. Policy & Regulation

World Bank confident it can stop flaring by 2030

An initiative by the World Bank and its partners hopes to put an end to gas flaring by 2030, but rising oil production will make this difficult.

18 January 2017
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16 January 2017
The Peterhead power plant, where Shell had planned to use CCS technology. (Shell) Policy & Regulation

Gas industry must act to secure its future

The industry needs to realise there’s still work to be done if it is going to convince the public of gas’s potential as a bridge fuel to a low-carbon world.

13 January 2017
Gas for Transport

Japanese JV announces new marine sulphur scrubbing success

A joint venture of Japanese companies has successfully tested a new scrubber system for removing sulphur oxides from marine diesel engines.

12 January 2017
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9 January 2017
Jim Menard, general manager. (The Weather Company) Companies & Finance

Weather forecasters have more to offer the upstream

Improvements in weather forecasting technology are starting to benefit upstream operators with greater coverage and longer forecasts, says The Weather Company’s Jim Menard.

6 January 2017
LNG

Bearish outlook for LNG prices as fundamentals weaken – BAML

The global outlook for LNG prices is bearish, with weak fundamentals expected to force spot prices downwards, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has said.

6 January 2017
Global Markets

Barclays releases ‘black swan’ list for 2017

UK bank Barclays has released a list of 13 possible ‘black swans’ – or extreme events – that could have a dramatic effect on commodity prices in 2017.

5 January 2017
LNG

LNG projects saw significant growth in 2016

The amount of LNG export capacity added in 2016 was second only to 2009, and is set to grow further next year.

22 December 2016

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