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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

Spot LNG prices surge as demand builds

East Asian spot LNG prices have surged in recent weeks as utilities attempt to safeguard against a cold winter.

20 November 2013
Global Markets

EU gas demand set to flag for another 20 years

European gas demand will struggle to return to 2010 levels before the mid-2030s, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.

13 November 2013
Global Markets

East Asian LNG prices soar as demand surges

East Asian prices have reached a seven-month high, a number of traders have said.

6 November 2013
Global Markets

Freight rates on the rise as market tightens

Rising Asian demand has tightened the shipping market and increased freight rates, shipbroker Fearnleys has told Interfax.

6 November 2013
Global Markets

Singapore doubles down on LNG

Singapore is no stranger to high stakes, placing its bet on LNG. But there are no games when it comes to Singapore LNG’s terminal.

4 November 2013
Global Markets

Former Iranian diplomat to lead gas exports forum

Ministers at the Gas Exporting Countries Forum have appointed former Iranian diplomat Mohammad Hossein Adeli as the group’s Secretary General.

4 November 2013
Global Markets

No respite for Asia, Europe from high gas prices – IEA

Asian gas prices will stay high for the foreseeable future and are unlikely to return to parity with the United States, a situation last seen four years ago, the chief economist of the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday.

29 October 2013
Global Markets

Italy 'considering' sale of treasury's Eni stake

he Italian government will decide before the end of 2013 whether to sell the Treasury’s $2.8 billion stake in oil and gas giant Eni.

29 October 2013
Global Markets

LNG market stays tight as volumes shrink

The LNG market looks set to remain tight in the short term, with supply problems and robust Asian demand likely to support spot prices going into winter.

28 October 2013
Global Markets

East Asian LNG prices surge

East Asian spot LNG prices have risen in the past few weeks, traders have said.

23 October 2013
Global Markets

Further EU market integration policies ’unnecessary’ – OIES

Further efforts to increase European gas market integration may be unnecessary as strong price correlation across the continent’s main gas hubs suggests Europe already has an integrated regional gas

18 October 2013
Global Markets

‘Fighting Russia is pointless’ – Gazprom

As a tight European market has caused strong demand for Russian gas, Sergei Komlev has insisted that resistance to Russian imports is futile.

18 October 2013
Global Markets

China sets pace on South China Sea resolution

Ahead of this week’s East Asia Summit in Brunei, Ian Storey, senior fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore, speaks to Interfax about the territorial disputes in the South China Sea.

8 October 2013
Global Markets

Designing Singapore’s LNG market

Neil McGregor, chief executive of Singapore LNG, speaks to Interfax about the city-state’s new LNG terminal on Jurong Island and its prospects for developing a hub.

4 October 2013
Global Markets

Marcellus growth to have significant impact on US market

Growth in production from the Marcellus Shale formation will have a significant impact on the US market in the short, medium and long term, analysts from Bernstein said in a research note this week.

3 October 2013
Global Markets

Qatar strikes uneasy energy balance with Iran

As the Syrian war ratchets up tensions in the Middle East, James Byrne and Leigh Elston investigate the consequences for Qatar and its northern neighbour Iran, which together sit on top of one of the world’s largest gas fields.

2 October 2013
Global Markets

Growing arbitrage kicks off cross-basin trade

A wider price differential between the Atlantic and Pacific basins has provided an incentive for trade between the two regions.

2 October 2013
Global Markets

Henry Hub futures hit by storage build and mild temperature

US natural gas prices dropped last week as markets faced the double whammy of stock builds and mild temperatures. CME/NYMEX-traded Henry Hub futures came under further pressure as supply disruptions from the floods in Colorado eased.

1 October 2013
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

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