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US to strengthen global lead in gas production – Birol

The US is set to increase its lead over Russia as the world’s biggest gas producer, providing additional flexibility and diversity for European importers, the IEA says.

By Andreas Walstad 20 November 2017
Global Markets

Sechin shrugs off sanctions as Ukraine crisis escalates

Rosneft’s President Igor Sechin shrugged off sanctions imposed on him by Washington on Monday, saying Russia’s largest oil producer would continue to work with companies from the United States.

29 April 2014
Global Markets

Japan looks afresh at Russian pipeline gas

Hideo Ogawa, president of Japan Pipeline Development & Operation, talks to Interfax about the company’s plans to build a 20 bcm/y pipeline between Japan and Russia and its possible impact on the global LNG market

28 April 2014
Global Markets

The mystery of China’s Latin loans

China has loaned more than $100 billion to Latin American countries since 2005, but it is unclear why the country is so interested in the occasionally risky region

25 April 2014
Global Markets

Developing Australia’s first NGVs

Australian gas and electricity utility AGL Energy has recently unveiled a plan to roll out CNG refuelling stations around Melbourne. Interfax speaks to Marc Barrington, the company’s head of energy services, about the project.

16 April 2014
Global Markets

Australia’s AGL sets off on the road to NGVs

After a few false starts in the natural gas vehicle sector in the 1990s, Australian utility AGL Energy is moving ahead with plans to build a network of CNG refuelling stations in the eastern states, bit by bit.

16 April 2014
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

14 April 2014
Global Markets

Maplecroft MENA regional risk report – an in-depth look at Jordan, Syria and Egypt

As Israel gears up to become an important regional gas exporter, Interfax looks at the changing political landscape in the region.

11 April 2014
Global Markets

Woodside welcomes South Korea-Australia free trade agreement

Australian LNG exporter Woodside Energy welcomed the signing of a free trade agreement between the South Korean and Australian governments this week, noting that it allows Australian products to be more competitively priced in Korea by reducing tariffs on LNG and crude oil.

11 April 2014
Global Markets

The hydrocarbons industry is the most promising economic sector in Lebanon - expert

The hydrocarbons industry is “the most promising economic sector in Lebanon in the medium- to long-term,” Lawrence Silverman, of the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs told a United States Congress committee this week.

10 April 2014
Global Markets

Talk of the barrio: Argentina going straight?

The iron’s red hot for state-run YPF amid signs of a more agreeable Argentina.

7 April 2014
Global Markets

Gas trading conditions in Russia are ‘murky’

Gazprom is disbanding its electronic gas trading department in the face of uncertain conditions for a gas bourse in Russia, Interfax has learned.

7 April 2014
Global Markets

Ukraine crisis could see LNG market get tighter – Wood Mac

The potential disruption to Russian gas flows via Ukraine will likely place greater strain on an already tight LNG market as European nations compete with Asia for additional cargoes to plug the shortfall in pipeline volumes, analysts from Wood Mackenzie said on Monday.

24 March 2014
Global Markets

UK offshore industry laments anti-drilling rig tax

North Sea oil and gas industry insiders have criticised UK Chancellor George Osborne’s adherence to a tax measure they say will boost day rates for drilling rigs and lower levels of exploration.

20 March 2014
Global Markets

Norwegian production beats expectations in February

Norwegian gas production exceeded forecasts by just under 9% in February, with monthly volumes amounting to 9.26 billion cubic metres, according to latest figures from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD).

17 March 2014
Global Markets

LNG prices to soar if Russian supplies disrupted

Players in the LNG market are carefully monitoring events in Ukraine, with any interruption of pipeline supplies to Europe likely to cause spot prices to spike.

11 March 2014
Global Markets

Oil and gas chiefs lament lack of industry cooperation

Greater cooperation between operators and service companies is essential if the upstream oil and gas industry is to reverse the recent trend of rising costs and avoid a future production shortfall, delegates at CERAWeek heard on Tuesday.

5 March 2014
Global Markets

US and Russia to vie for LNG dominance

Noel Tomnay is head of Wood Mackenzie’s global gas team. He spoke to Interfax about global LNG dynamics and gave his thoughts on which players are set to dominate the rapidly growing market.

3 March 2014
Global Markets

Eni and Statoil to end supply contract stalemate

Eni’s price dispute with Statoil looks set to end next month after the two European oil and gas giants agreed top-line changes to their long-term supply contract.

28 February 2014
Global Markets

UK regulatory reform fraught with issues

Sir Ian Wood’s recommendations for North Sea oil and gas reform represent the most extensive regulatory overhaul the sector has seen in more than two decades, but doubts remain over the government’s ability to implement Wood’s proposals in a timely fashion.

25 February 2014
Global Markets

Petronas pours cold water on Asian LNG hub prospects

The head of Malaysia’s Petronas has countered Singapore’s push for an Asian LNG hub, arguing the region still lacks many of the necessary ingredients and is unlikely to break away from the oil index soon.

25 February 2014

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