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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
Market Trading

Shah Deniz II open to full spot indexation

Gas supplied from the Shah Deniz II project could be offered to certain buyers on a fully spot-indexed basis, according to BP, a stakeholder in the project.

25 September 2012
Fundamentals

A traumatic week for the energy-complex

WTI and Brent crude oil, and Henry Hub gas futures each saw declines of more than 8% this week but, whatever the trigger was, this drop has merely brought the market back in line with the fundamentals.

21 September 2012
Policy & Politics

Kyrgyzstan and Russia set for economic integration, presidents say

Kyrgyzstan and Russia are set for economic integration, presidents Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev said in a statement published during the Bishkek negotiations on Thursday.

20 September 2012
Market Trading

UK new transmission system exit capacity arrangements set for 1 October

The UK’s new transmission system exit capacity arrangements will be implemented on 1 October, National Grid told the market on Wednesday.

20 September 2012
Market Trading

Traders ‘disappointed’ by National Grid REMIT centralisation

Overwhelming support has been given for National Grid to provide a centralised REMIT notification service, the British transmission system operator said on Wednesday, although traders deemed the service lacklustre.

20 September 2012
Price Drivers

Japan may launch gas futures market to prevent costly import fees

Japan is eyeing plans to launch a gas futures market in order to secure cheaper and more diverse sources of gas to meet rising LNG demand, local media has reported.

20 September 2012
Policy & Politics

GDF Suez’ 7% gas tariff hike rebuffed by French government

GDF Suez’ plans for a 7% gas tariff increase have been rebuffed by the French government, which is in favour of a more moderate rise when the increase is implemented for the new gas year on 1 October.

19 September 2012
Policy & Politics

Uncertainty prompts investor flight – Iberdrola CEO

A cocktail of regulatory uncertainty caused by the eurozone crisis has caused investor flight to the United States and UK, Ignacio Galán, the chief executive of Spanish energy giant Iberdrola, said on Tuesday.

18 September 2012
Policy & Politics

China asserts claim to islands with ‘baselines’

Overshadowed by protests and diplomatic bluster, Chinese authorities have taken steps that are likely to increase the assertiveness of its maritime law enforcement agencies in the East China Sea.

18 September 2012
Policy & Politics

Spain’s gas generation tax could ‘destroy’ utilities

Spain’s latest bundle of fiscal measures aimed at eliminating the country’s €24 billion ($31.5 billion) tariff deficit has been disparaged by gas-fired power generators.

18 September 2012
Companies

IntercontinentalExchange announces APX-ENDEX gas trading arm purchase

IntercontinentalExchange has announced the acquisition of a majority stake in APX-ENDEX’s spot and derivative gas trading business in an attempt to bolster the company’s continental European presence.

18 September 2012
Price Drivers

Gulf Coast impact on Asian gas supplies questioned

US gas production will begin to reach global markets as soon as 2015. While it is assumed that these supplies will meetbooming Asian demand, some question the viability of these plans

14 September 2012
Policy & Politics

Indian oil minister to share country's oil and gas pipeline expertise with ASEAN countries

India’s Junior Oil Minister RPN Singh offered to share his country’s expertise in laying oil and gas pipelines and power transmission lines with ASEAN countries in a speech to the ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting in Cambodia, the Ministry for Petroleum and Natural Gas said on Wednesday.

13 September 2012
Companies

NGLs dilute oil returns, but enhance gas economics

Some companies are minimising investment in NGLs while prices are weak, but for others NGL production is the key to boosting returns on output

13 September 2012
Fundamentals

Price liberalisation important if China to meet targets – IEA

China must reform its gas market to meet its ambitious 12th Five-Year Plan consumption targets, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday.

12 September 2012
Policy & Politics

East Timor petroleum minister threatens to veto Woodside's Sunrise LNG project

East Timor's Petroleum Minister Alfredo Pires has said his country will veto Woodside Petroleum’s Sunrise LNG project if it does not include an onshore liquefaction plant and pipeline connecting it to the offshore Greater Sunrise fields, according to ABC News on Wednesday.

12 September 2012
Policy & Politics

Japan’s island purchase triggers Chinese maritime response

Chinese maritime surveillance (CMS) ships arrived at a group of islands in the East China Sea claimed by both Japan and China on Tuesday, a day after Beijing condemned a deal by the Japanese government to buy three of the islands from private owners.

11 September 2012
Price Drivers

Minor role for Henry Hub in Asian LNG contracts – Stream

The Henry Hub is unlikely to play more than a minor role in price-setting for Asia-bound LNG in the coming years, according to a buyer from the Sabine Pass LNG export project

11 September 2012
Price Drivers

LNG bringing world's gas prices closer – BP

The development of LNG markets worldwide is leading to increasingly integrated global gas prices – a trend which looks set to continue, Christof Ruhl, chief economist and vice president of BP, said on Tuesday at the Sverbank-Troika Dialog conference, Russia: The InsideTrack, held in London.

11 September 2012
Policy & Politics

Baghdad and Irbil will settle oil dispute - Genel Energy CEO

Baghdad and Irbil both have too much at stake not to settle their dispute over oil, although they may take a year or so to do it, Tony Hayward, chief executive of Kurdistan-focused Genel Energy told Reuters.

10 September 2012

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