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Supply rise prompts cut in China LNG prices

Chinese wholesale LNG prices fell last week as supply increased, with several plants resuming production.

30 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Ukraine’s winter gas – another week with no deal

Trilateral discussions between Ukraine and Russia lasted long into the night on Friday, but no definitive deal has been signed. Interfax has the inside story.

29 September 2015
Market Trading

Novatek CEO calls for changes to exchange regulations

Regulations for Russia’s gas trading exchange need to be changed, Novatek Chief Executive Leonid Mikhelson has said.

29 September 2015
Market Trading

Gazprom responds to EC antitrust objections

Gazprom has submitted its response to the statement of objections in the European Commission’s antitrust probe against the company – meeting the 28 September deadline.

29 September 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.

28 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Iran postpones London conference

Iran has postponed a conference for prospective IOC investors in the country’s oil and gas sector scheduled to take place in London in December until 22-24 February 2016.

25 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Russia-Ukraine deal draws closer

A meeting between officials from the EU, Moscow and Kiev to discuss Russian gas supplies to Ukraine will take place in Brussels on Friday.

25 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Brussels waits on ‘winter package two’ trilateral deal

The latest round of three-way talks in Brussels on Friday looks set to be decisive in settling a new package deal for supplies of gas to Ukraine this winter.

25 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Fossil fuel subsidies staying high – OECD

Countries around the world are being 'alarmingly slow' in keeping their pledges to cut fossil fuel subsidies, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.

25 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Shale gas is no PR stunt, says Medvedev

Shale gas technology has become a global phenomenon and is neither an anomaly nor a PR stunt, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said.

24 September 2015
Market Trading

Zohr gives Cyprus’s hub ambitions a lift

Eni’s huge gas discovery off the Egyptian coast could boost exploration in Cypriot waters, as well as help the island nation become a local energy hub.

24 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Šefcovic energy union tour reaches Finland

Maroš Šefcovic, the EU’s vice president for energy union, will travel to Helsinki on Thursday, making Finland the 15th country on his European tour to promote the energy union concept.

23 September 2015
Policy & Politics

India playing catch-up in race to woo Iran

With sanctions being wound up, India is keen to develop its energy relations with Iran. But a lack of infrastructure and competition from China mean Delhi has work to do.

23 September 2015
Policy & Politics

Fossil fuel pledges too slow – OECD

Countries are being 'alarmingly slow' in keeping their pledges to cut fossil fuel subsidies, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development said on Monday.

22 September 2015
Policy & Politics

LNG faces bearish future in Asia

Cheap coal, nuclear power and slower economic growth suggest the slump in Asian LNG demand could last longer than many in the industry expect.

22 September 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.

21 September 2015
Policy & Politics

New Egyptian cabinet to put oil and gas first

The appointment of Sherif Ismail and Tarek el-Molla to important posts in Egypt’s cabinet should boost the country’s hydrocarbons sector, analysts say.

21 September 2015
Price Drivers

NYMEX September gas futures up marginally

NYMEX gas futures for delivery in September were up marginally, trading at around $2.7/MMBtu, following the release of the EIA’s gas stock data for the week ending 11 September.

18 September 2015
Policy & Politics

East China Sea fields in undisputed waters – Chinese Foreign Ministry

The gas fields China is developing in the East China Sea are in undisputed waters under Beijing’s jurisdiction, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hong Lei said on Thursday.

18 September 2015
Price Drivers

Beijing introduces tiered residential gas pricing

Beijing will set up tiered gas pricing for residential users, according to local media reports.

18 September 2015

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