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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari at the UN in 2015 Fundamentals

Nigeria-Morocco pipeline looks unlikely

Nigeria and Morocco have signed a joint declaration for the construction of a gas pipeline running between them, but the project is expected to struggle.

19 June 2018
Fundamentals

Spot LNG prices in Asia back above $10/MMBtu

Asian spot LNG prices exceeded $10/MMBtu last week for the first time since February.

19 June 2018
Calendar with day circled in red Fundamentals

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

18 June 2018
Chinese President Xi Jinping (right) and his US counterpart Donald Trump Fundamentals

China’s threat of tariffs on US gas potentially bluster

China’s threat to impose tariffs on US gas is likely to be empty rhetoric, as Beijing is keenly aware that it needs American LNG to drive an energy shift away from coal.

18 June 2018
Policy & Politics

New energy minister for Argentina

The government of Argentina said on Saturday that Juan José Aranguren will be replaced as energy minister by Javier Iguacel

18 June 2018
Companies

Naftogaz appeals to Sweden’s Svea court in Gazprom transit case

Naftogaz Ukrainy has asked the Svea Court of Appeal in Sweden to reverse its decision to suspend the enforcement of the award made to the company in its gas transit case against Gazprom.

18 June 2018
Fundamentals

Argentina to export to Chile via central-south pipelines

Argentina has around 30 MMcm/d of pipeline capacity available in its central-south and southern Magallanes regions

18 June 2018
Fundamentals

Asia secures majority of US LNG exports this year

LNG cargoes from the US are being delivered mainly to Asia, drawn by strong demand and high prices.

18 June 2018
The Cameron LNG project in the US Fundamentals

GLX targets Atlantic as markets embrace spot LNG

Singapore’s Global LNG Exchange is opening an office in Europe to capitalise on growing demand for spot trading services in the Atlantic Basin.

18 June 2018
Exploration in Romania’s section of the Black Sea Fundamentals

Romania and Bulgaria prepare for BRUA-TAP link

A connection between the two pipeline projects would give Black Sea producers an alternative route to liquid hubs in Europe.

15 June 2018
The joint bid by the NAFTA countries to host the 2026 World Cup Fundamentals

US gas industry faces NAFTA crunch

NAFTA is wobbling, causing jitters in the US gas industry. The sector’s best hope may be to play on Donald Trump’s infamous love of a trade surplus.

15 June 2018
The Stavangerfjord LNG-fuelled vessel Fundamentals

LNG offers a future-proof marine fuel – research

LNG is anticipated to be favoured over new technologies for deep-sea shipping despite concerns that it will struggle to meet the IMO’s carbon emission reduction targets.

15 June 2018
Market Trading

Shaanxi cuts gas pipeline transport tariffs

Central China’s Shaanxi province cut gas pipeline transport tariffs by RMB 0.069 per cubic metre on 10 June

14 June 2018
A well in the Etinde field Policy & Politics

Cameroon pursues second FLNG amid security issues

Cameroon has signed an agreement to install a second FLNG vessel, but the security situation in the country is a growing cause for concern.

14 June 2018
Dutch PM Mark Rutte called for a 55% CO2 reduction target for 2030 in Strasbourg this week Policy & Politics

Europe scales up ambition on renewables

The EU has set a more ambitious renewables target for 2030, which brings both pros and cons for the gas industry.

14 June 2018
Fundamentals

Gas production growth outpaces demand in 2017 – BP

BP's latest statistical review shows strong growth in global gas consumption as the fuel helps to meet rising demand for energy.

14 June 2018
A BP LNG carrier Fundamentals

No evidence of LNG ‘glut’ yet, BP execs say

A plentiful supply of LNG has hit prices for the fuel, but the market has yet to see the spectre of idle capacity, say BP executives.

14 June 2018
Fundamentals

Chinese LNG plants up output to meet power demand

China is forecast to produce 32,045 tpd of LNG between 11-17 June as plants return from maintenance and others respond to greater power demand.

14 June 2018
Halliburton trucks Fundamentals

Halliburton in talks to develop Bahrain’s pre-Khuff gas

The US company hopes to become an investor in the development and has also been lined up for a drilling contract in the Khaleej Al-Bahrain Basin.

13 June 2018
Fundamentals

European govts collect billions from gas sector – report

The gas industry brings in around €78 billion in annual tax revenues for European governments, a study commissioned by the IOGP says.

13 June 2018

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