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LNG plants take aim at Shanghai’s gas auctions

LNG plants in western China have criticised recent auctions for piped gas held by PetroChina on the SHPGX.

By Tang Tian 25 September 2017
Global Markets

Colombia’s gas output down 11% in August

Colombian gas production averaged 25.97 MMcm/d) in August, which was 11% lower than the same month last year.

22 September 2017
Global Markets

Total to cooperate with Chevron in Gulf of Mexico deepwater exploration

French major Total and United States-based Chevron will collaborate in exploring deepwater areas in the Gulf of Mexico.

22 September 2017
Global Markets

Veresen files third application for Jordan Cove LNG plant

Veresen filed an application for development of the Jordan Cove LNG plant in Oregon.

22 September 2017
A photo of a Blue Corridors event for gas-fuelled vehicles in Brussels. Global Markets

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
Global Markets

Morocco interested in power project cooperation with Russia – Novak

Morocco is interested in cooperating with Russia to build gas-fired power plants and power supply networks, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has said.

22 September 2017
Global Markets

India and Australia lead exploration activity in Asia

India and Australia accounted for 72% of all rigs exploring for gas in the Asia Pacific region in August.

22 September 2017
A photo of Germany’s Reichstag in Berlin. Global Markets

Germany puts energy debate on hold

German parties are split over their future energy plans but seem to be avoiding discussing it until after the election.

22 September 2017
Global Markets

Ukraine’s Naftogaz files $5 bln lawsuit over Crimea assets

Naftogaz Ukrainy has submitted a $5 billion compensation claim against Russia over the "unlawful seizure" of assets in Crimea.

21 September 2017
Global Markets

UK may be on last decade of North Sea oil and gas – study

The UK’s North Sea oil and gas resources may run out within a decade, according to a University of Edinburgh study.

21 September 2017
Global Markets

Argentina falls behind on subsidy payments

Argentina is behind on at least $700 million in promised subsidy payments to gas producers.

21 September 2017
Global Markets

Indian Oil Corp and LanzaTech to build world’s first gas-to-bioethanol plant

Indian Oil Corp. and LanzaTech plan to build the world's first gas-to-bioethanol production facility.

21 September 2017
Global Markets

EU to help fund Polish gas pipeline

The EU will award a €79 million grant to part-fund the construction of the 130 km-long Zdzieszowice-Wrocław pipeline in southwest Poland.

21 September 2017
Flaring from a shale gas well in eastern Australia’s Cooper Basin. Global Markets

Gas exploration stymied as Western Australia restricts onshore fracking

Western Australia’s new Labor government has stopped fracking in the state in a move critics say will deter investment in oil and gas exploration.

21 September 2017
A photo of gas installations in Argentina’s Neuquén province. Global Markets

BP relaxes its grip on Argentine oil and gas producer

BP is giving up control of the boardroom at Argentine giant Pan American Energy, and it could be a canny move by the supermajor.

21 September 2017
Global Markets

South Korea seeks to diversify LNG import sources

Kogas will start to take LNG from Iran as South Korea attempts to broaden its narrow base of suppliers.

21 September 2017
Global Markets

Chinese trucked LNG sales receive boost

Sales were up by 13.18% at the Ningbo, Qidong and Tangshan terminals, although sales at Qingdao were down by 3.7%.

21 September 2017
Global Markets

BP piping gas to eight Mexican states

BP has started piping gas to buyers across eight Mexican states, the supermajor announced on Tuesday.

20 September 2017
Global Markets

Japan and India back Vietnam’s maritime claims in South China Sea

Japan and India are expected to support Southeast Asian states looking to stand up to China’s claims in the South China Sea.

20 September 2017
Global Markets

Sasol writes off $900 million black economic empowerment debt

South Africa's Sasol will write off $900 million of debt used for a black economic empowerment scheme in 2008.

20 September 2017
Global Markets

Southern Corridor TSOs expect gas demand growth

The TSOs of the nine countries in Europe's Southern Corridor Region expect a moderate increase in gas demand as gas-for-power takes hold.

20 September 2017

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