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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

UK spot plunges ahead of Interconnector maintenance

UK spot gas contracts fell significantly below their continental counterparts last week as Europe gears up for maintenance on the UK-Belgium Interconnector pipeline.

10 June 2013
Global Markets

Traders tighten up PRA rules

Natural gas price reporting agencies (PRAs) embroiled in a scandal over price manipulation have lost key data providers in the past six months as market participants shy away from an “imprecise science”.

9 May 2013
Global Markets

Henry Hub sheds 6% in one session as stocks build

A month’s worth of gains were wiped off the Henry Hub on Thursday as gas inventories grew beyond analysts’ expectations.

3 May 2013
Global Markets

Crédit Agricole becomes latest to abandon UK gas market

UK energy regulator Ofgem has agreed to revoke Crédit Agricole’s UK gas trading licence following a request from the French bank.

2 May 2013
Global Markets

UK market gains as Norwegian volumes are cut

UK spot- and near-term gas contracts gained value on Monday as flows via the Vesterled pipeline – carrying gas from Norway – were cut to zero, data from Norwegian grid operator Gassco show.

29 April 2013
Global Markets

European players struggling for momentum

Falling oil prices and numerous maintenance issues have made life difficult for European oil and gas companies over Q1 2013, and city analysts say the environment is unlikely to improve in the short t

29 April 2013
Global Markets

European Energy Exchange, Powernext plan PEGAS hub

The European Energy Exchange and Powernext plan to integrate all of their products on a new natural gas exchange called PEGAS, the companies announced this week.

26 April 2013
Global Markets

Henry Hub could soar by 2040 – EIA

Low recovery rates from shale gas wells could cause Henry Hub gas prices to rise above $10/MMBtu by 2040, according to the Energy Information Administration’s Annual Energy Outlook 2013.

23 April 2013
Global Markets

Reloads pose problems for US export decision makers

Concerns over whether countries with free-trade agreement with the United States could opt to re-export gas to countries without such agreements could pose difficulties for US export authorities, dele

23 April 2013
Global Markets

China’s surveillance plan to cover disputed islands

China has launched a comprehensive surveillance programme covering its coastal and offshore islands, including those in the disputed South and East China Seas, the Ministry of Land and Resources announced over the weekend.

22 April 2013
Global Markets

Spiralling project costs are LNG’s ‘Achilles heel’

With the cost of developing LNG projects on greenfield sites increasing dramatically in the United States and the rest of the world since 2005, experts at the LNG 17 conference in Houston questioned whether this challenge can be met.

18 April 2013
Global Markets

Europe needs ‘new liquefaction capacity and import sources’

New liquefaction capacity and import sources will be needed in Europe for the continent to close a widening supply gap, Denis Bonhomme, executive vice president of LNG strategy at GDF Suez, warned delegates at LNG 17 in Houston on Wednesday.

18 April 2013
Global Markets

Buyers stress need for new pricing formula

Repeated calls for a new LNG pricing mechanism were made on the opening day of LNG 17 in Houston as oil-linked contracts continue to crimp the trade balance of importing countries.

17 April 2013
Global Markets

The price of gas

US gas prices have tanked since the shale boom began pumping billions of cubic feet into the market, but how much have prices really changed over the years?

10 April 2013
Global Markets

Japanese LNG futures market could launch in 2014

The world’s first LNG futures market could be launched in Japan as soon as the 2014 financial year, according to a report released by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

10 April 2013
Global Markets

EuroNBP to offer front-month contracts

The euroNBP trading platform will be expanded to offer front-month contracts, Citigroup said on Monday.

9 April 2013
Global Markets

China presses claim to Paracels with tourist plans

China will launch tours to the disputed Paracel archipelago by the end of this month, according to a government official, in a move to shore up its authority over the island group it administers in the South China Sea.

8 April 2013
Global Markets

ICE and Gasunie launch trading platform

Intercontinental Exchange has launched a new trading platform, ICE Endex, based on the derivatives and spot gas business of Dutch energy exchange APX-Endex, in which ICE took a majority stake in Septe

27 March 2013
Global Markets

Interconnector outage causes seven-year highs at UK’s NBP

UK gas shippers were left scrambling to find enough gas to balance the system on Friday morning as the Interconnector pipeline from Belgium suffered an unexpected outage.

22 March 2013
Global Markets

German regulator dashes hopes for trading hub merger

Hopes for a merger between Germany’s two gas hubs – the NCG and GASPOOL – have been dashed by the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA), the country’s energy regulator.

21 March 2013

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