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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 20 November 2017
Global Markets

How discord caused Russia's gas price to fall

The price of Russian gas sold to European customers in 2014 fell by only half as much as last year’s spot prices as a result of frozen disputes and deferred negotiations.

9 March 2015
Global Markets

A decade of Chinese lending to Latin America

Latin America’s energy sector has attracted nearly 28% of total Chinese lending to the region over the past decade.

9 March 2015
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Egypt sets gas extraction price for foreign companies

Egypt has set the price of gas extracted by foreign companies from a Western Sahara shale concession at $5.45/MMBtu, according to Reuters.

9 March 2015
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EU gas prices ease, outlook bearish for coal

European gas prices have dropped to their lowest level in four years, according to a report from Dutch bank ABN AMRO published last week.

9 March 2015
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Winning hearts as well as minds

The oil and gas industry can hold its own in debates about the nuts and bolts of the future energy system, but lacks a grand vision for how society can be improved.

6 March 2015
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Price hikes to come for Ukrainian consumers

Ukrainian consumers are about to feel the effects of a big increase in retail gas prices as the government desperately tries to bring public finances under control.

5 March 2015
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Asian supply glut unlikely to boost market liquidity

Falling prices and increasing supplies may offer the chance of greater liquidity for the Asian LNG market, but immediate changes seem unlikely.

4 March 2015
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Talk of Chinese oil and gas overhaul heats up

China is preparing plans to reform the structure of its oil and gas industry, and could unveil details as early as this week's key parliamentary meeting in Beijing.

4 March 2015
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Chinese prices cut by soft demand

Wholesale prices from Chinese LNG plants fell by 1% as producers cut prices in light of soft demand.

4 March 2015
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Asian prices fall over Chinese New Year

Asian LNG prices during 16-27 February dropped by 9.18% from the previous week – the largest fall in February.

3 March 2015
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Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

2 March 2015
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Turkey negotiates gas price discount from Gazprom

Turkey has negotiated a 10.25% discount on the price of the gas it receives from Gazprom, Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said on Friday.

27 February 2015
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Ukraine pays Russia, but only enough till Tuesday – Novak

Gazprom may shut off gas supplies to Ukraine if payment is not received by the end of the day on Monday, Energy Minister Alexander Novak told journalists on Friday.

27 February 2015
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Iran unlikely to be global gas player before 2030

Iran may be able to make a deal to lift sanctions soon, but even if it does experts predict it will be 10-15 years before the country is ready for the global gas stage.

26 February 2015
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Taiwan and spot sales boost Malaysian LNG

Malaysian LNG exports saw a marginal uptick in 2014, with increased deliveries to Taiwan and spot market buyers offsetting a drop in exports to South Korea

26 February 2015
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Oil Search posts 72% increase in profits

Papua New Guinea-focused Oil Search posted a 72% year-on-year increase in net profit after tax in 2014, to $353.2 million.

24 February 2015
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Ukraine does not make March payment for Russian gas

Ukraine has not made an advance payment for gas imports in March and could therefore be left without supplies, Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller warned on Tuesday.

24 February 2015
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Ukraine crisis marks ‘new power structure’

Europe is having to re-evaluate its strategic relationships with Russia and Iran. Interfax speaks to Berlin-based academic and consultant Behrooz Abdolvand about what this means for energy policy.

24 February 2015
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Asian NOCs will weather global oil price crash – Moody's

Asian NOCs are well-positioned to weather the global oil price slump, although the quality of their credit will weaken, Moody’s Investor Services has said.

23 February 2015
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Kurdistan borrows $500 million from Turkey

The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has sought to reduce its reliance on Baghdad by borrowing $500 million from Turkey to pay civil servants’ salaries.

23 February 2015

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