A public hearing on the revised EU Gas Directive in ITRE. Fundamentals

EU debate on gas pipeline directive heats up

The debate on whether to extend the EU Gas Directive to cover pipelines coming from third countries such as Russia has intensified.

By Andreas Walstad 23 February 2018
Price Drivers

One price to rule them all

As Singapore advances its quest to become Asia’s LNG trading hub, Pavilion Energy confirms rumours the city-state plans to establish a price marker.

25 September 2014
Fundamentals

Expect more floating LNG in coming years – Höegh

Floating liquefaction and import vessels will allow the global market to grow quickly and at a lower cost in the coming years, the head of Höegh LNG tells Interfax.

23 September 2014
Fundamentals

Taking LNG imports and exports offshore

The head of Norway’s Höegh LNG – one of the world’s leading suppliers of FSRU units – tells Interfax the company’s projects are the way forward for the global LNG market.

23 September 2014
Fundamentals

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

22 September 2014
Fundamentals

Slow nuclear restarts keep Japan’s LNG use high

A combination of a sluggish approval process for the restart of its nuclear fleet, plus more long-term LNG supply contracts, mean Japan’s demand for LNG will not slacken any time soon.

19 September 2014
Market Trading

South Korean importers expect low LNG demand and high storage levels

South Korean imports of LNG were down by 713,000 cubic metres – or 22% – year on year in August 2014.

18 September 2014
Fundamentals

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

15 September 2014
Policy & Politics

Gazprom and Lukoil added to US sanctions list

The United States Treasury Department added more companies – including Gazprom and Lukoil – to its sanctions list on Friday, although the restrictions on both companies were kept to Russian oil production activities.

15 September 2014
Policy & Politics

Indonesia appoints interim energy minister

Indonesia's president has appointed a senior cabinet member as interim head of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, after the country’s top energy official resigned last week in the face of charges from the Corruption Eradication Commission.

12 September 2014
Price Drivers

Japan’s LNG futures market meets scepticism

Japan is launching an OTC LNG futures market the government hopes will create a price benchmark, but the lack of trading between Tokyo Bay terminals suggests it may be slow to take off.

11 September 2014
Policy & Politics

Talk of the barrio: Argentina rides its luck

Wildcat explains a strange paradox: how Argentina’s industrial stagnation has ensured its short-term economic survival.

10 September 2014
Fundamentals

Japanese spot slips again, but prices are on the rebound

The average price of spot LNG deliveries to Japan slipped to $11.40/MMBtu in August, with a landed price of $12.50/MMBtu, although the summer slump is beginning to reverse as winter approaches.

9 September 2014
Fundamentals

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

9 September 2014
Fundamentals

Gas-solar combination winning converts in China

While some experts back one fuel over the other, many are coming round to the idea that a combination of gas and solar is the future for China’s power generation base.

4 September 2014
Fundamentals

Cheniere confident of competitive US LNG

Faced with an improved European demand outlook in the wake of the Ukraine crisis, United States-listed Cheniere Energy expects LNG from its plants to reach the continent at close to $9/MMBtu when its export facilities come online in the next few years.

3 September 2014
Fundamentals

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

1 September 2014
Policy & Politics

Australia increases sanctions against Russia

Australia is escalating its sanctions against Russia to European levels, which will include bans on exports for the oil and gas industry and on access by Russian state banks to the Australian capital market.

1 September 2014
Market Trading

Peru's energy minister to be questioned by Congress

Many opposition members of Peru’s Congress who had called for Energy and Mines Minister Eleodoro Mayorga to resign have asked him to answer questions before Congress this week.

28 August 2014
Policy & Politics

Singapore trading hub moves one step closer

With the contract signed for a major expansion of its LNG terminal and plans for a second facility in the offing, Singapore’s attempts to become a global LNG hub look increasingly realistic.

28 August 2014
Fundamentals

Kogas spurns LNG deliveries as market slumps

Kogas continues to defer term deliveries of LNG as healthy stocks and weak demand help push more flexible cargoes into the market.

27 August 2014

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