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BP drilling off Egypt Policy & Politics

East Med gas players vie to keep export options open

The several large gas fields set to come online in the region will find themselves competing for the same export capacity.

6 July 2018
Policy & Politics

EU prolongs sanctions against Russian energy sector

The EU has prolonged sanctions against Russia for a further six months.

6 July 2018
Companies

Gazprom and PetroVietnam discuss development projects

Gazprom and PetroVietnam held a working meeting in Moscow to discuss projects in Vietnam

6 July 2018
Companies

Gazprom discloses UK assets

Gazprom has revealed the assets it owns in the UK following an order to do so by a London court.

6 July 2018
Fundamentals

Nord Stream 2 unnecessary for Germany – research institute

Germany does not need Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline because the gas demand forecasts underpinning it are unrealistically high.

5 July 2018
Companies

Petrobras and CNPC discuss strategic partnership

Petrobras has signed a heads of agreement with CNPC to advance negotiations on a strategic partnership.

5 July 2018
Companies

Concerns raised over CKI bid for Australian pipeline operator APA

Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison has been asked to block a $9.8 billion bid by Hong Kong’s CK Infrastructure Holdings to buy APA Group.

5 July 2018
Fundamentals

Rising prices will ease exporters’ carbon transition – Moody’s

Most national oil and gas exporters will be able to manage the global shift towards a lower reliance on carbon-intensive products, Moody’s has said.

5 July 2018
Javier Iguacel (right), Argentina’s new energy minister Fundamentals

Argentina’s new energy minister will be hands off

Argentina’s new energy minister has reaffirmed the country’s commitment to the ‘free market’, but several structural challenges remain.

5 July 2018
Fundamentals

Chinese State Council releases new pollution reduction plan

China will continue to reduce its coal consumption, boost sales of EVs, and shut more steel and coke capacity over the next three years.

4 July 2018
Companies

Petrobras freezes asset sales after Brazilian supreme court ruling

Petrobras has suspended major asset sales nafter a Supreme Court justice ruled the country’s Congress needed to approve all privatisation.

4 July 2018
Fundamentals

Turkey’s gas-fired power boost may be short-lived

Despite an increase in gas demand for power generation in 2017, the outlook for gas-to-power in Turkey looks uncertain.

4 July 2018
CNOOC’s Dapeng LNG terminal Fundamentals

China eyes interconnections to sidestep gas shortages

China’s top gas companies are working to connect their LNG terminals to major cross-country pipelines as part of efforts to create an integrated national gas grid.

4 July 2018
Fundamentals

Output cuts further boost Chinese LNG prices

Reduced output output from LNG plants last week led to an increase in average Chinese ex-works prices for the second week in a row.

4 July 2018
Fundamentals

Coal to curtail gas demand in Peninsular Malaysia

Peninsular Malaysia’s gas and LNG demand will remain limited over the next five years because of competition from coal in the power mix.

3 July 2018
Companies

Taiwan’s CPC signs HOA for 2 mtpa of LNG from Cheniere

Taiwan’s CPC signed a heads of agreement with Cheniere on 20 June to buy 2 mtpa of LNG for 25 years.

3 July 2018
Fundamentals

Gazprom and PGNiG both claim victory after Stockholm arbitration award

Gazprom and PGNiG have both claimed victory after the Stockholm Arbitration tribunal made a partial ruling on Saturday on a price dispute.

3 July 2018
The Hazira LNG  terminal in Gujarat Fundamentals

US tariffs will encourage India to expand LNG imports

India plans to expand LNG imports to reduce its trade surplus with the US and avoid escalating the emerging trade war.

3 July 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.

2 July 2018
The breakwater of the Colombo Port City in Sri Lanka, part of the BRI. Policy & Politics

Risks in view as China’s Belt and Road rolls on

The number of Belt and Road infrastructure projects is growing, but the political and credit risks are becoming more evident as investors scramble to join Beijing’s initiative.

2 July 2018

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