The signing ceremony for the Moheshkhali FSRU Fundamentals

Bangladesh prepares for first LNG imports

Bangladesh is getting ready to receive its first delivery of LNG next week as its new FSRU travels across the Indian Ocean carrying Qatari volumes.

By Andrew Walker 20 April 2018
Policy & Politics

Japan’s utilities prep for liberalised power market

Japan’s utilities are seeking to restart nuclear reactors at the expense of LNG to remain competitive in advance of power market liberalisation.

13 October 2015
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.

12 October 2015
Price Drivers

US households to see decrease in winter gas bills – EIA

Nearly half of households in the United States use gas as their primary heating fuel, and can expect an average decrease of 10% in their winter gas bills, according to the EIA.

9 October 2015
Price Drivers

Beijing holding hearing on new gas tariff

Beijing will hold a public hearing on 21 October to implement a three-tier residential gas tariff, which will raise gas prices for 15% of users.

9 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Oman to reduce fuel subsidies

Oman will gradually reduce its fuel subsidies from next year, according to a report in Gulf News.

9 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Proposed US energy bill on shaky ground

An energy bill in the United States has been proposed to modernise the nation’s energy security and regulations. It has received industry support, but looks unlikely to become law.

9 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Energy barters – best for Iran?

Offering gas in return for electricity could be the ideal way for Iran to secure a reliable supply of power from its neighbours.

9 October 2015
Fundamentals

Southeast Asia, net gas importer by 2040 – IEA

Southeast Asia’s gas demand is set to balloon over the next 35 years, eating into the gas available for export and ultimately turning the region into an LNG importer.

9 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Turkey does not need Russian gas – Erdogan

Turkey does not need Russia to supply gas or build its nuclear power facility, according to Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.

8 October 2015
Price Drivers

Norway estimates oil and gas revenue for 2015

Norway will receive an estimated NOK 218 billion ($26.7 billion) in net revenue from its oil and gas industry in 2015, which will be added to the country’s national budget for next year.

8 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Armenia and Iran strengthen gas ties

Armenia and Iran are negotiating the expansion of their gas and power trading relationship.

7 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Trans-Pacific Partnership signed

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was signed on Monday between 12 countries in the Pacific Rim.

6 October 2015
Fundamentals

Low oil price pushes Nigeria towards credit crisis

Nigerian banks are on the verge of another credit crisis as borrowers – mostly from the oil and gas sector – are unable to service their loans as a result of the falling oil price.

6 October 2015
Market Trading

Another Gazprom auction expected before end of year

Another auction of Gazprom gas will be scheduled to take place in St Petersburg before the end of this year.

6 October 2015
Policy & Politics

EC's State of the Energy Union on track for Nov

The European Commission’s ‘State of the Energy Union’ communication paper is on track to be adopted on 18 November.

6 October 2015
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.

5 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Iran targeting European market with LNG, not piped gas

Iranian officials are busy planning a gas export strategy, although LNG is the favoured option the country’s deputy oil minister told Interfax

5 October 2015
Companies

China’s private players continue to struggle

Reforms to China’s oil and gas sector are providing new opportunities for private companies to get involved, but development challenges may prove too much for them.

5 October 2015
Policy & Politics

Bill to lift US crude export ban moves ahead

A bill authorising the lifting of the United States’s crude oil export ban moved forward on Thursday, with a Senate panel voting 13-9 in favour.

2 October 2015
Price Drivers

India reduces price of local gas

India has reduced the price of locally produced gas by 18%, to $3.82/MMBtu, for six months effective from 1 October.

2 October 2015

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