North African pipelines flows to Europe in Week 3 Global Markets

Technical problems hit North African pipeline flows

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 0.5% in Week 3 from the previous week, to 922.1 MMcm.

By Verity Ratcliffe 23 January 2018
Global Markets

Asian LNG summer slump rolls into August

Prices for flexible cargoes continue to languish around $10/MMBtu in Asia despite soaring summer temperatures.

7 August 2014
Global Markets

UK considers criminal penalties for energy market abuse

UK energy traders found guilty of market abuse could be subject to criminal prosecution under strengthened regulations proposed by the UK government.

6 August 2014
Global Markets

Power generators drive fall in UK gas demand

UK gas imports fell by 3% year on year in 2013, while exports fell by 24%. UK gas demand slid by 1% in 2013 to 851 TWh, driven primarily by a fall in the amount of gas used for electricity generation. While gas demand was flat year on year in most sectors, gas for power use fell by 5.7% as high gas prices made the fuel commercially unattractive.

5 August 2014
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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4 August 2014
Global Markets

Ukraine’s private producers petition over production tax

Private producers in Ukraine have written a letter to the Ukrainian government expressing concern over plans to increase the country’s gas production tax to 55% from the current rate of 17.5%.

30 July 2014
Global Markets

Tokyo’s sanctions set back Russia-Japan relations – Russia

Moscow has described Tokyo’s decision to impose further sanctions on Russia as an unfriendly step that may harm "the entire system of relations" between the two countries.

29 July 2014
Global Markets

China’s energy reform to fortify gas supply

The liberalisation of China’s energy sector will help bring in more supplies of gas to ease shortages, but coal will remain a hard habit to kick.

29 July 2014
Global Markets

Russia's customers stock up to avoid winter shortages

Gazprom’s exports to Europe in H1 2014 increased by 2.13% year on year to 12.37 billion cubic metres, according to Interfax data, as customers stocked up in case of future shortages.

22 July 2014
Global Markets

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21 July 2014
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Japan takes first step towards restarting reactors

Japan has cleared the first of its nuclear power plants for restarts, in a development that could see LNG consumption move back towards pre-crisis levels.

17 July 2014
Global Markets

Aussie LNG prices climb, but CBM-to-LNG to face obstacles

Australia’s LNG export prices are rising as contracts are renegotiated, but the new CBM-to-LNG projects face delays as workers begin industrial action.

17 July 2014
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14 July 2014
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Renewable capacity additions dominate in 2013

Renewable energy is closing in on established power sources, with more than half of new global capacity last year coming from solar, wind and other renewable sources.

8 July 2014
Global Markets

E.On responds to Gazprom price hike

Germany’s E.On has begun arbitration proceedings against Gazprom in an attempt to counter a gas price hike sought by the Russian supplier, a source familiar with the situation has told Interfax.

7 July 2014
Global Markets

Asian spot prices on the slide

Asian spot prices are falling as mild weather and healthy storage levels push down demand for flexible cargoes.

27 June 2014
Global Markets

Russia’s eastern promise heightens Qatar’s anxiety

Russia’s flagship deal with China means Qatargas and Rasgas could now face serious competition from pipeline supplies into one of their major markets.

27 June 2014
Global Markets

Russia finds upside in sanctions, flooding and Middle East upheaval

EU sanctions have had little effect on the bloc’s imports from Gazprom. Russia’s exports to Europe increased by 8.9% year on year in May to 13.1 bcm, although Interfax predicts they will fall by 2% to 12.5 bcm in June.

25 June 2014
Global Markets

Oil turbulence golden opportunity for US LNG

Trouble in the Middle East could open the door for more US LNG exports as the cost of oil-linked supplies climbs.

24 June 2014
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23 June 2014
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Unravelling of Iraq could see new spike in LNG prices

Fresh sectarian conflict in Iraq threatens new spikes in oil and gas prices as OPEC’s second largest producer struggles to contain militant forces sweeping across the country.

17 June 2014

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