Gas arrived in Kingston earlier this year from New Fortress Energy aboard the Golar Arctic. (JPS) LNG

Gas-to-power projects to boost LNG demand

Gas-to-power projects using FSRUs could create 45 mtpa of LNG demand worldwide by 2040 by offering a cheap alternative to oil-based fuels.

Shale gas drilling in the Marcellus formation in the United States. (Helge Hansen/Statoil) Policy & Regulation

Leaking methane undermines gas’s clean credentials

The oil and gas industry needs to tackle fugitive methane emissions to promote the low-carbon image of the fuel.

Exploration & Production

Decommissioning activity set for global surge

The decommissioning of ageing offshore oil and gas platforms is increasing dramatically worldwide, with more than 600 projects expected to be disposed of during the next five years.

30 November 2016
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28 November 2016
Supply & Demand

Global gas production up by 1.6% in 2015 – Eni

World gas production grew by 1.6% in 2015, driven by the United States and Iran, according to the 15th edition of Eni’s World Oil and Gas Review.

24 November 2016
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21 November 2016
The IEA’s World Energy Outlook was published this week. (IEA) Supply & Demand

Worst-case scenario: the challenges of forecasting

Journalists winced as the unexpected result of the US presidential election hit a week before IEA analysts published 2016’s World Energy Outlook.

18 November 2016
US Secretary of State John Kerry delivers an address at the COP22 climate change conference in Marrakech. (PA) Policy & Regulation

Countries push decarbonisation at COP22

With COP22 wrapping up in Marrakesh this week, countries have been laying out their plans for decarbonisation.

18 November 2016
Policy & Regulation

Worldwide CCS progress not enough – report

The Global CCS Institute expects more than 20 new CCS projects to be operational by the end of 2017, but more are needed to meet the Paris 'well-below 2C' target.

18 November 2016
Supply & Demand

Gas and renewables set for strongest growth – IEA

The IEA predicts rapid growth in gas and renewables will be needed to meet the world’s growing energy demand and curb greenhouse gas emissions.

17 November 2016
Cameron LNG in the US. The volume of LNG due to hit markets will cause a ‘revolution’, the IEA says. (GDF Suez) LNG

IEA predicts second gas revolution

The IEA suggests that a second revolution in the gas industry is on the horizon, thanks to rapid growth in LNG export capacity.

16 November 2016
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14 November 2016
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7 November 2016
Negotiations at COP22 will focus on how to deliver on the Paris agreement. (UNclimatechange, flickr) Policy & Regulation

Climate deal implementation plans due at COP22

The historic COP21 climate deal came into force on Friday, and negotiations are set to start again in Marrakesh on how to implement the agreement.

4 November 2016
Companies & Finance

Global majors creat joint fund for renewable energy

Global oil and gas giants Saudi Aramco, Shell, BP, Eni, Repsol, Statoil and Total will set up a joint investment for renewables.

2 November 2016
Alternative Fuels

Coal prices show gains, but they may be short-lived

Higher import demand from China has helped lift thermal coal prices, but some analysts have cautioned that the upturn may be relatively short-lived.

2 November 2016
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31 October 2016
An LNG-fuelled ship. The greener fuel is making waves in the industry. (Fjord Line) LNG

Anchors aweigh for LNG as a shipping fuel

Shipping offers a chance to create demand for the large volumes of LNG set to hit the market, but producers will need a foolproof strategy to position themselves.

28 October 2016
Orense wind farm. The IEA expects global renewable electricity capacity to increase by 42% by 2021. (Iberdrola) Policy & Regulation

IEA raises its renewable growth forecast

Strong policy support for the use of renewables in power generation has led the IEA to increase its growth forecasts for the sector.

25 October 2016
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24 October 2016
Global Markets

Energy companies should watch out for electric vehicles – Fitch

Energy companies must prepare for radical change, as the adoption of new technologies such as electric cars could happen faster than anticipated, according to Fitch Ratings.

19 October 2016
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17 October 2016

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