Wildcat gives you a head start on the coming week. 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.

By The Wildcat 24 April 2017
Wildcat gives you a head-start on the coming week. 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.

18 April 2017
Global Markets

AGDC applies to export gas from Alaska’s North Slope

The Alaska State Gasline Development Corp. filed an application with FERC last week to build a pipeline and other facilities to export gas from Alaska’s North Slope.

18 April 2017
Global Markets

China beats energy intensity reduction target

China’s energy intensity – the amount of energy consumed per unit of GDP – fell by 3.8% year on year in the first quarter of 2017.

18 April 2017
UN soldiers in Nicosia viewed through the barbed wire separating northern and southern Cyprus. (PA) Global Markets

Cyprus to continue exploration despite ire of Ankara

Turkish threats will not deter the government of Cyprus from exploring the island’s EEZ. Nicosia wants IOC involvement to bolster its position.

18 April 2017
BP operations in the North Sea. The company has a 50% stake in the Rhum field. (BP) Global Markets

UK puts an end to Rhum gas field saga – BEIS

Iranian Oil Company has received funds related to its share of the output from the Rhum gas field in the North Sea earned while Iran was under international sanctions.

18 April 2017
Global Markets

Nigeria sets up committee to investigate Malabu oil deal

Nigeria has set up a committee in its lower house of parliament to investigate an oil deal involving Malabu Oil and Gas.

13 April 2017
Hassi Mouinas gas drilling, Algeria. Investing in rewneables could free up more gas for export to Europe. (Statoil) Global Markets

EU wants role in Algeria’s energy transformation

EU investment in Algeria could be key to freeing up more gas for export, but a more stable regulatory framework may be needed first.

13 April 2017
Global Markets

Australia exports 13 mt of LNG in Q4 2016

Australia's LNG exports more than doubled in Q4 2016 compared with Q4 2014, and growth will continue as more liquefaction plants come online.

13 April 2017
Global Markets

Pakistan drilling offset by Saudi Arabia and Oman

The number of rigs targeting gas in the Middle East fell by 1.1% month on month in March, with Pakistan’s slightly higher rig count more than offset by losses in Saudi Arabia and Oman.

13 April 2017
Global Markets

China’s oil and gas reform plan due for release soon – NEA head

China’s oil and gas industry reform plan has been approved by the government and will be released soon.

12 April 2017
Global Markets

US gas production to be 2.07 bcm/d in 2017 – EIA

Gas production in the United States is forecast to average 2.07 bcm/d in 2017, 22.66 MMcm/d higher than the 2016 level.

12 April 2017
Sinopec’s Fuling shale gas field in Chongqing will help supply more gas as it ramps up. (Sinopec) Global Markets

Chongqing must diversify sources of gas demand

Chongqing needs to diversify its gas users as the municipality’s demand is too closely tied to its chemicals sector, experts say.

12 April 2017
Global Markets

Chinese LNG plants cut prices on slow demand

Some of China’s LNG plants discounted their prices last week to reduce their inventories amid sluggish downstream demand before the Qingming Festival public holiday.

12 April 2017
A truck leaves the Corrib gas terminal. It may be a good time for Shell to sell up. (PA) Global Markets

Shell likely to cash in on Ireland’s Corrib

After a challenging beginning, the Corrib gas field is operational and secure. This may be the best moment for Shell to recover its investment and sell up, analysts say.

11 April 2017
Wildcat gives you a head-start on the coming week. 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.

10 April 2017
Global Markets

UK energy minister signs oil and gas partnerships with India

Greg Clark, the UK’s minister for business, energy and industrial strategy, has agreed energy partnership collaborations with India during the inaugural ‘Energy for Growth’ summit.

10 April 2017
The Sabine Pass LNG plant in the United States. Just 9% of US LNG cargoes were shipped to Europe in 2016. Global Markets

Little US LNG landing in Europe

US LNG is proving far more popular outside Europe, which favoured oil-indexed cargoes and Russian pipeline supplies in 2016.

10 April 2017
PetroChina oil rigs. Saudi Aramco has suggested PetroChina should take part in its initial public offering. (PetroChina) Global Markets

Chinese firms follow Beijing’s road to Middle East

China’s expanding interest in the Middle East through the One Belt, One Road initiative is encouraging domestic companies to increase their activity in the region.

10 April 2017
The use of blockchain technology could enable neighbours to trade electricity from solar panels. (PA) Global Markets

Blockchain tech holds potential for energy sector

Using a ‘distributed ledger’ could help the energy sector increase efficiency, deal with clients and track every part of the production chain.

7 April 2017
Tullow operations in Ghana. The company left Banda to focus on fields in Ghana. (Tullow Oil) Global Markets

Mauritania to launch Banda field auction in H2

Mauritania hopes to auction off its Banda gas field in H2 but may need to sweeten the deal if it is to attract investors.

7 April 2017

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