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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 21 August 2017
Singapore’s LNG investment firm hopes to start trading within three months (PA) Global Markets

Singapore’s Pavilion aims to create Asian ‘LNG ecosystem’

Singapore’s new LNG business, Pavilion Energy, is looking to invest across the global industry while also encouraging the development of an Asian LNG hub based in its home country.

25 September 2013
Global Markets

Henry Hub eases after bullish start as US consumption slumps

A bullish start at the Henry Hub last week was wiped out by the end of the week, with domestic consumption falling below average for the time of the year as warm weather persisted.

24 September 2013
Global Markets

Egypt to pay Eni arrears

Cairo has promised to pay $800 million in arrears to Italian oil major Eni.

18 September 2013
Global Markets

Cove Point LNG earns non-FTA export approval

Dominion Resources’ Cove Point liquefaction plant is the latest in a string of proposed United States export projects to gain non-free trade agreement approval.

12 September 2013
Global Markets

North American market benefits from Atlantic Basin length

Added length in the Atlantic Basin has benefited North America’s terminals in recent weeks as a relative glut of LNG has arrived or is bound for the United States.

11 September 2013
Global Markets

Asian LNG prices dip but remain worrying for winter

Asian LNG prices have started to fall over the past month as interest in spot cargoes has begun to dissipate, but a long winter lies ahead for gas buyers.

4 September 2013
Global Markets

European spot prices rise as upstream maintenance persists

European spot gas prices strengthened last week as more Norwegian production was taken offline, leaving European grids in a precarious position for the coming month.

27 August 2013
Global Markets

UK production drops despite record investment

Offshore industry body Oil & Gas UK has published a report predicting challenges ahead for the UK gas sector. Interfax looks at how it will cope as North Sea production dwindles.

23 August 2013
A drilling rig in Eagleford Shale in southwest Texas. (Anadarko) Global Markets

Slow and steady will win the race

While high gas production is keeping US prices low, there appears to be little scope for more growth this decade, potentially pushing prices up in coming years.

23 August 2013
Global Markets

Rupee crisis cripples Indian fuel importers

India’s currency crisis is crippling fuel importers as surging commodity prices, burgeoning demand and the flailing rupee have pushed India’s LNG import bill up by 240% in little more than two years.

22 August 2013
Global Markets

European LNG demand in freefall

The European LNG market shrank by 24% in H1 of 2013 as volumes were commanded elsewhere because of supply restrictions and surging demand.

15 August 2013
Global Markets

UK-continent disparity tightens as Interconnector returns

European spot gas contracts rose last week, with the biggest mover being the NBP day-ahead contract, which surged following sudden reductions in Norwegian and Dutch imports.

1 July 2013
Global Markets

Storage builds and mild weather forecasts weigh on prices

The outlook for milder weather, together with persistent builds in gas storage, weighed on Henry Hub futures last week.

25 June 2013
Global Markets

Henry Hub hits three-month low on warm weather

Warm weather and a large storage build suppressed gas prices at the NYMEX Henry Hub for the third week in succession last week.

18 June 2013
Global Markets

UK-Continent spread widens as Interconnector maintenance begins

Volatility at European gas hubs increased last week as maintenance began on the bidirectional UK-Belgium Interconnector pipeline.

17 June 2013
Global Markets

Henry Hub sinks on 2013’s highest stock build

Henry Hub prices sank as the Energy Information Administration (EIA) announced the largest stock build of 2013.

11 June 2013
Global Markets

UK spot plunges ahead of Interconnector maintenance

UK spot gas contracts fell significantly below their continental counterparts last week as Europe gears up for maintenance on the UK-Belgium Interconnector pipeline.

10 June 2013
Global Markets

Traders tighten up PRA rules

Natural gas price reporting agencies (PRAs) embroiled in a scandal over price manipulation have lost key data providers in the past six months as market participants shy away from an “imprecise science”.

9 May 2013
Global Markets

Henry Hub sheds 6% in one session as stocks build

A month’s worth of gains were wiped off the Henry Hub on Thursday as gas inventories grew beyond analysts’ expectations.

3 May 2013
Global Markets

Crédit Agricole becomes latest to abandon UK gas market

UK energy regulator Ofgem has agreed to revoke Crédit Agricole’s UK gas trading licence following a request from the French bank.

2 May 2013

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