Global Markets

Price Drivers

Pakistan’s ECC defers decision on LNG import tax

Pakistan’s Economic Coordination Committee has deferred a decision on reforming the country’s tax on LNG imports following opposition from the Ministry of Finance.

20 April 2018
Fundamentals

Philippines still part of Shell’s global push for clean energy – exec

Shell remains keen on LNG and renewable energy projects in the Philippines as part of its global push to provide cleaner energy.

20 April 2018
Fundamentals

Pakistani business association warns against LNG surcharge

A Pakistani business association has warned against a surcharge on LNG for industrial and commercial consumers.

20 April 2018
Companies

Golar LNG to provide FLNG vessel on Tortue/Ahmeyim project

Golar LNG will provide an FLNG vessel for BP’s Phase 1A project at the Tortue/Ahmeyim field, offshore Mauritania and Senegal

20 April 2018
Fundamentals

Shah Deniz Stage 1 exports up 8.3% in Jan-Mar 2018

Gas exports from the first stage of Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz project amounted to 2.05 bcm in January-March 2018

20 April 2018
Fundamentals

EU commissioner heads to Egypt to sign energy MOU

The EU Energy Commissioner will visit Egypt on Sunday, where he will sign an MOU on strategic cooperation in the energy sector between the EU and Egypt.

20 April 2018
The signing ceremony for the Moheshkhali FSRU Fundamentals

Bangladesh prepares for first LNG imports

Bangladesh is getting ready to receive its first delivery of LNG next week as its new FSRU travels across the Indian Ocean carrying Qatari volumes.

20 April 2018
Market Trading

CNOOC sells imported LNG on SHPGX

CNOOC sold imported LNG on the Shanghai Petroleum and Gas Exchange for forward delivery for the first time on Wednesday

19 April 2018
Policy & Politics

Vietnam and Malaysia criticise Beijing-Manila deal on South China Sea

Malaysia and Vietnam have criticised the willingness of the Philippines to jointly explore with China for oil and gas in the South China Sea

19 April 2018
Fundamentals

World Bank expects gas to boost growth in Angola

The World Bank has said it expects Angola’s economy to improve this year, partly as a result of the country’s rising gas production

19 April 2018
Policy & Politics

New task force established to boost gas use in India

India and the United States have set up a joint gas task force to boost use of the fuel in the Asian country

18 April 2018
The Atlantic LNG plant in Trinidad Policy & Politics

Trinidad’s militants are a concern for oil and gas majors

Energy giants in Trinidad have beefed up security after warnings of a local Islamic State cell. But the group’s capability is likely to be limited, experts say.

18 April 2018
Fundamentals

Carbon dioxide emissions from transport keep rising

Greenhouse gas emissions in the European transport sector have increased substantially over the last 15 years, prompting many to call for more aggressive policies and reforms to tackle the problem.

18 April 2018
Fundamentals

Chinese LNG prices down as demand softens

Ex-works prices at Chinese LNG plants fell by 1.85% last week amid softer demand.

18 April 2018
Angolan President João Lourenço at his inauguration in 2017 Policy & Politics

Angola fires first salvo of petroleum reforms

The first significant piece of legislation passed under Angola's new president will speed up the country's licensing process.

17 April 2018
Calendar with day circled in red 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.

16 April 2018
Fundamentals

Australia leads Asia Pacific LNG export growth

The region saw a large increase in its LNG exports in 2017, largely driven by growth in Australia.

16 April 2018
A platform offshore Vietnam Fundamentals

SE Asian LNG outlook bullish as upstream wanes

Southeast Asia's LNG demand is set to surge up to 2025 as regional hydrocarbon production falls by 25%.

16 April 2018
Price Drivers

Minimal risk of disruption from Brazilian election – Petrobras CEO

There is minimal risk for investors in Brazil’s oil and gas sector despite forthcoming elections and recent political turbulence, Petrobras Chief Executive Pedro Parente has said

16 April 2018
Fundamentals

China has strong incentive to widen Panama Canal

China, which is now receiving one out of every four US LNG cargoes, has provided more than $150 billion in loans to Latin America since 2005.

16 April 2018

Viewing 21-40 of 3,788 articles