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Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

By The Wildcat 11 December 2017
Global Markets

Chinese LNG steady as plants review prices

Ex-works LNG prices in China rose by 0.17% from the previous week, as producers in the north increased their prices.

22 April 2015
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Australia urged to phase out fossil fuels

Australia could phase out fossil fuel-fired generation almost entirely, according to a report by the Centre for Climate Economics and Policy commissioned by WWF-Australia.

21 April 2015
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Oil Search reports declining revenue

Australia’s Oil Search recorded a 16% decline in revenue quarter on quarter, to $472.3 million, in Q1 2015 as a result of lower oil and LNG prices.

21 April 2015
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Mozambique to publish petroleum regulations and EPC

Mozambique’s new petroleum regulations, and a model EPC should be available on the National Petroleum Institute’s website within the next two months

21 April 2015
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Ukraine imported 1.2 bcm from Europe in Feb

Ukraine imported gas from Europe at an average price of $277.4 per thousand cubic metres (Mcm) in February.

21 April 2015
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Dea UK warned to change North Sea ownership structure

Dea UK and LetterOne were warned to change the ownership structure of Dea UK’s gas fields in the North Sea or its petroleum licences could be revoked.

21 April 2015
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Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

20 April 2015
Global Markets

Shell-BG will dominate Latin LNG

Latin America’s LNG market is a microcosm of the strong commercial logic for Shell’s acquisition of BG Group

20 April 2015
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Norwegian gas production spikes in March

Norwegian gas production surged to 10.89 bcm in March, according to the latest preliminary figures released by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

20 April 2015
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South Korea’s LNG imports fall by 20% in Q1

South Korean LNG imports were down by 19% in Q1 2015 year on year, according to statistics published by the country’s Customs Service.

20 April 2015
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Ukraine’s reform balancing act

Ukraine could become independent from Gazprom by the time its gas transit agreement with Russia ends, if it can successfully implement market reforms.

17 April 2015
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Naftogaz pays Gazprom another $20 million for April gas bill

Naftogaz Ukrainy has paid Gazprom another $20 million for gas supplies for April, the company told Interfax.

16 April 2015
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Africa likely to trump US as supplier to Europe – IEA

Speakers at this year’s Flame conference in Amsterdam expected Europe’s future gas imports to be shipped from Africa rather than the United States.

16 April 2015
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Belarus’s long road to energy independence

Belarus is highly dependent on gas imports from Russia. However, it is trying to reduce this by improving energy efficiency and fuel switching.

16 April 2015
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Indonesian exports rebound in March

Indonesian gas exports rebounded in March, capitalising on the first price increase in four months.

16 April 2015
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Yemen LNG set for long lay-off as civil war looms

Further deterioration in Yemen’s security environment has caused force majeure to be declared at Yemen LNG, and the outlook for both country and plant appears bleak.

15 April 2015
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Companies sign Bolivian exploration MOU

Executives from YPFB, Petrobras and Gazprom signed an MOU on Tuesday, laying the groundwork to explore Bolivia’s San Telmo, Sunchal and Astillero blocks.

15 April 2015
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Cheniere hopes for Corpus Christi LNG FID soon

Cheniere Energy hopes to make an FID on its three-train 13.5 mtpa Corpus Christi LNG export project within the next 30 days.

15 April 2015
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Woodside Energy’s sales revenue fell in Q1 2015

Woodside Energy’s sales revenue fell by 20.1% quarter on quarter in Q1 2015 to $1.4 billion, as a result of the oil price slump and lower sales volumes.

15 April 2015
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Russian and Pakistani ministers discuss oil and gas cooperation

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak and Pakistani Oil and Natural Resources Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi discussed oil and gas cooperation this week.

15 April 2015

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