Map of FSRUs worldwide LNG

Lull in floating LNG regas projects in 2017

A flurry of LNG projects using FSRUs started up last year, but no facilities using the technology have come onstream so far in 2017.

By Andrew Walker 25 September 2017
A photo of a Blue Corridors event for gas-fuelled vehicles in Brussels. Gas for Transport

NGVs left in the dust by electric competition

The window of opportunity for NGVs to operate as a bridge from oil-fuelled to electric vehicles is fast disappearing.

22 September 2017
How long till Christmas? Global Markets

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18 September 2017
LNG

LNG glut may not be as bad as expected – BNEF

The looming glut of LNG may not be as big or last as long as initially thought, analysts say.

14 September 2017
Oh Christ, my taxx returns are due... Global Markets

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11 September 2017
LNG

World market for LNG will not rebalance until 2024 – Cedigaz

The global LNG market is not likely to rebalance until 2024, according to the latest LNG outlook published by Cedigaz.

8 September 2017
Supply & Demand

Global gas supply to peak by 2035 – DNV GL

The world's gas supply will peak by 2035, when gas will be the world’s single-largest source of energy, according to a DNV GL report.

6 September 2017
Global Markets

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4 September 2017
LNG

LNG prices for October delivery increase by $0.05/MMBtu

Global LNG prices for cargoes delivered in October have increased by $0.05/MMBtu.

4 September 2017
Global Markets

Gas to be biggest single source of energy by 2050 – DNV GL

Gas will be the biggest single source of energy by the middle of the century but will peak in 2035, Norwegian company DNV GL has said.

4 September 2017
Gas for Transport

LNG in shipping needs all hands on deck

LNG as a marine fuel will sink without a trace unless the gas industry builds more bunkering facilities – especially in Asia.

1 September 2017
Global Markets

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21 August 2017
Global Markets

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14 August 2017
Global Markets

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7 August 2017
LNG

SEA\LNG adds three members to its LNG bunkering coalition

SEA\LNG, a coalition of multi-sector and global organisations established in August 2016 to boost the adoption of LNG as a bunker fuel, has added three new members.

2 August 2017
Gas for Transport

Range extenders offer chance for gas in transport

CNG-powered range extenders could offer gas a slice in the future of the transport sector.

2 August 2017
Global Markets

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31 July 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

New underground storage capacity falling – Cedigaz

Only 25 bcm of UGS capacity is under construction worldwide, down from 36 bcm last year and continuing a downward trend.

26 July 2017
Global Markets

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24 July 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Can gas unlock future power invention?

Gas is not just a relatively clean stopgap fuel on the road to a renewable future – it may also be a catalyst for technological progress.

21 July 2017
Exploration & Production

Industry must evolve to avoid supply gap – Burke

Caution following the drop in oil prices is set to leave a worrying gap in oil and gas supplies, warns Ray Burke, global product leader at GE.

18 July 2017

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