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Fundamentals

US bank forecasts bearish outlook for LNG prices

Falling gas demand and increasing liquefaction capacity have left a bearish outlook for LNG prices in the short-to-medium term, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

26 August 2015
Price Drivers

Chinese LNG supply tight after Tianjin blasts

LNG supply was tight in the east and north, after the Rudong and Ningbo terminals cut LNG sales and the Tianjin explosions slowed LNG deliveries from the local FSRU to Hebei customers.

26 August 2015
Policy & Politics

US Court of Appeals orders EPA Power Plan response

The United States Court of Appeals has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to reply by the end of the month to 15 states and coal producer Peabody Energy Corp.

25 August 2015
Fundamentals

Uruguay to delay bid round over oil price jitters

Oil price bearishness and volatility mean Montevideo is likely to further delay Uruguay’s third bid round, a source tells Interfax.

25 August 2015
Fundamentals

LNG shipping faces long period of oversupply

The oversupply in the LNG shipping sector could last until 2017 as delays to Australian export projects and weak demand in Asia limit opportunities.

25 August 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.

24 August 2015
Policy & Politics

Ukraine-Russia gas deal remains distant despite new talks

With winter on the horizon, the latest round of meetings to bridge the gas supply impasse between Kiev and Moscow is beginning – but a deal looks just as remote as ever.

24 August 2015
Fundamentals

Gas bails out drought-hit Brazil

Interfax explores how gas is filling the hydropower breach as the elements fail Brazil for the fourth successive year.

24 August 2015
Fundamentals

Ukraine facing winter storage crunch

Time is running out for Ukraine to fill its storage facilities with enough gas for the winter.

24 August 2015
Policy & Politics

Quick to love, slow to trust

Although Iran is keen to invite IOCs to develop its huge oil and gas resources, global majors will have to be patient for now.

21 August 2015
Policy & Politics

EU sends draft gas document to Russia and Ukraine

The European Commission has sent a document to Russian and Ukrainian energy ministers outlining the main points for an agreement on gas supplies to Ukraine.

21 August 2015
Price Drivers

Algeria calls on OPEC to cut production

Algeria’s energy minister has called for non-OPEC oil producers to cut their output to boost the global oil price, according to reports.

20 August 2015
Companies

ENN considering online gas trading platform

ENN Energy is increasingly leveraging internet-based technologies for its LNG logistics business while looking into the creation of an online trading platform for gas.

20 August 2015
Fundamentals

Indian gas-to-power struggles despite price drop

Gas-fired power generation in India is struggling to find available feedstock at affordable prices, as experts push for policy changes.

20 August 2015
Companies

Gazprom Q2 exports decline in key markets

Gazprom’s second quarter export statistics show an unsurprising decline in deliveries to Ukraine, but also reductions in supply to many of its key markets in Central Europe.

20 August 2015
Fundamentals

China investment springboards Pakistan section of IPI

Pakistan will extend the Gwadar-Nawabshah pipeline – which is being funded and built by China – to the Iranian border to start importing gas from Iran as quickly as possible.

19 August 2015
Companies

Ghana readies for major ECG restructure

After 20 years deliberating the privatisation of Ghana’s main electricity distributor, the sector may now be on the cusp of major reform

19 August 2015
Policy & Politics

Ukraine finance ministry proposes royalty reduction

Ukraine’s Ministry of Finance has proposed reducing royalties for commercial gas production from 55% to 29% for well depths of less than 5 km and from 28% to 14% for deeper wells.

18 August 2015
Policy & Politics

Brazil makes pre-salt pledge in gathering storm

Brazilian authorities have said the country will hold a new bidding round for its pre-salt acreage by 2017. Meanwhile, pressure is building on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.

18 August 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.

17 August 2015

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