Chile’s GNL Mejillones LNG terminal. Global Markets

Chile’s northern LNG terminal looks set for busy 2018

Chile’s northern terminal is expecting 50% more cargoes in 2018. Matias Vidal, commercial manager of GNL Mejillones, explains why.

By Chris Noon 20 October 2017
Sinopec’s LNG terminal in Beihai. Global Markets

China gas boom to trigger new ‘LNG super-cycle’

Chinese importers need to start contracting for more LNG to avoid a supply shortfall early next decade that could spark a new ‘super-cycle’ in export projects.

18 October 2017
Global Markets

EU gas network can meet high demand – ENTSOG

The European gas network is flexible enough to deal with high-demand scenarios in the coming winter provided enough gas is available.

18 October 2017
Global Markets

Stock-building pushes up Chinese LNG prices

Stock-building ahead of winter drove China’s ex-works LNG prices up by 9.58% week on week last week.

18 October 2017
Global Markets

Algeria to amend energy law

Algeria aims to amend its energy law in 2018, Algerian authorities said on Monday.

17 October 2017
Global Markets

Edison acquires gas supply contract for Shah Deniz 2

Edison has signed a binding agreement with Gas Natural Fenosa to acquire its Shah Deniz 2 gas contract.

17 October 2017
Global Markets

Yuedong LNG deliveries pass 230,000 tons

CNOOC’s Yuedong terminal in Guangdong province has sent out 230,000 tons of LNG since it started selling the fuel in May.

17 October 2017
Global Markets

Bangladesh’s PSC terms meet with concern

Experts and stakeholders have expressed doubts over Bangladesh’s new PSCs offered to IOCs

17 October 2017
Global Markets

Shah Deniz 1 gas exports up so far this year

Azerbaijani gas exports from the first stage of Shah Deniz were up by 2.5% year on year between January and September 2017.

17 October 2017
Deliveries of test gas  to the LNG terminal in Świnoujście, Poland. Global Markets

Central Europe eyes further investment in LNG

Central Europe is looking to LNG to provide an alternative to its over-dependence on Russian gas imports.

17 October 2017
An Eni offshore platform. Global Markets

Lebanon’s licensing round result poses dilemma

Lebanon received only two bids in its long-delayed licensing round, leaving a choice between pushing on or delaying the process even further.

17 October 2017
Global Markets

Asian LNG prices hit highest level since March

Spot LNG prices in Asia’s major importers averaged $6.76/MMBtu on 13 October, their highest level since mid-March.

17 October 2017
Global Markets

Brazilian output beyond Santos continues to decline

Brazilian oil and gas production outside the Santos Basin continues to decline.

16 October 2017
Global Markets

India and Japan to sign LNG market development agreement

India's petroleum minister will travel to Japan to sign an agreement for cooperation on LNG development between the two countries.

16 October 2017
Calendar with day circled in red Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

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

16 October 2017
Sinopec’s Fuling shale gas field. Global Markets

China on course for 10 bcm of shale output – official

China is hoping shale will provide a major boost to domestic gas output and is targeting 30 bcm/y of production by 2020.

16 October 2017
Drilling at Algeria’s In Salah dry gas field. Global Markets

Algeria looks to revive shale gas push

Algeria's prime minster has called on Sonatrach to restart shale gas work in the country in the hope of boosting long-term gas output.

16 October 2017
Global Markets

Australia to become biggest LNG exporter in 2018

The startup of the Wheatstone LNG project pushes Australia closer to becoming the world’s biggest LNG exporter.

16 October 2017
The Manzanillo LNG terminal. Global Markets

Energy export ban still blocks EU-Mexico FTA

The European Commission wants to finalise a new free-trade agreement with Mexico, but Mexico’s export restrictions on oil and gas remain a problem.

13 October 2017
A meeting between Gazprom and Kurdish officials in 2013. Global Markets

Russian tactics tested in Middle East

Russia’s focus on business pragmatism over geopolitical reality may leave it with a delicate balance to maintain the Middle East.

13 October 2017
The 288 MW Azito facility near Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Global Markets

Burkina Faso hopes for power boost from LNG deal

The agreement to import gas from Equatorial Guinea is intended to spur power plant development.

13 October 2017

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