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A drillship in Israel’s Leviathan field Fundamentals

Jordan’s appetite for pipeline imports to weigh on LNG

Recent agreements for pipeline volumes will likely give Jordan a stronger position in negotiations for new LNG purchases.

19 November 2018
Fundamentals

Malaysia’s Q3 LNG exports down 30% year on year

Malaysia exported just over 5 mt of LNG in Q3 2018, representing a fall over 2 mt from Q3 2017.

19 November 2018
The Drax coal and biomass power station in the UK Fundamentals

Court ruling poses challenge for UK power sector

A ruling by the EU Court of Justice has cast doubt over the UK’s subsidy scheme for power plants.

19 November 2018
Market Trading

India willing to import more US LNG – foreign secretary

India’s foreign secretary, Vijay Gokhale, has said the country is willing to import more oil and gas from the United States as a means to expand trade

16 November 2018
UAVs can be used to inspect rigs Companies

IOCs aim to cut production costs with drones

Harnessing new technologies such as drones and renewable energy will help IOCs to drive down the cost of producing oil and gas.

16 November 2018
PNG LNG sending out an LNG cargo Fundamentals

PNG government prioritises larger LNG projects

Papua New Guinea is backing large-scale LNG developments, but small-scale plans are struggling with policy changes.

16 November 2018
Fundamentals

Russia and Hungary driving CEE interconnections

EU-level plans to add interconnectors in the region are progressing slowly, while Gazprom and Hungary are both establishing an increasing presence.

15 November 2018
The Dapeng LNG terminal Fundamentals

IEA lifts China demand forecast to new highs

The IEA has added its weight to the growing hype over China’s long-term gas potential, with the agency’s latest forecasts the most bullish yet.

14 November 2018
Policy & Politics

China tries to block foreign explorers from South China Sea

China has used negotiations over a code of conduct governing the South China Sea to try to block countries from outside the region being involved in exploration within it.

14 November 2018
Companies

Shell and Anadarko clash over Mozambique gas obligation

Shell has accused Anadarko of refusing to supply enough gas from a project in Mozambique for a GTL plant Shell plans to build in the country.

14 November 2018
Fundamentals

US and Japan to cooperate on LNG plans

The United States and Japan plan to work together to enable high-level investment in LNG supply projects and LNG infrastructure.

14 November 2018
Fundamentals

Chinese gas output up 8% in October

China’s gas production increased by 7.5% year on year in October, to 13.4 billion cubic metres.

14 November 2018
Fundamentals

LNG increases share in Polish gas imports

The share of LNG in Poland’s gas import portfolio is growing fast, and the trend is expected to continue.

14 November 2018
Fundamentals

China will help global gas demand increase by 42.5% by 2040 – IEA

Global gas demand is increasing mainly because of the emergence of China as a giant consumer of the fuel, the IEA has said.

13 November 2018
The Sudzha gas metering station on the Russian-Ukrainian border Fundamentals

Ukraine must be open on transit fees – EastWest fellow

Negotiations on the transit of Russian gas through Ukraine have stalled, but greater transparency may unlock the situation, says Danila Bochkarev.

13 November 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.

12 November 2018
Fundamentals

Ukraine could cut transit tariff by 70% if volumes maintained – minister

Ukraine could cut tariffs for Russian gas crossing its territory by 70% if volumes remain at their current level after 2019, a Ukrainian minister has said.

9 November 2018
Fundamentals

Henan secures 4.2 bcm of winter supplies

Central China’s Henan province has secured 4.2 bcm of gas for the winter heating season.

9 November 2018
Companies

Tokyo Gas and RWE to optimise LNG trading

Tokyo Gas has signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation with the trading arm of European utility RWE.

9 November 2018
Companies

Lloyds Energy eyes role in Philippine LNG hub

Lloyds Energy has submitted a letter of intent to state-run PNOC expressing its interest in becoming a partner in the creation of an LNG hub in the Philippines.

9 November 2018

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