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Latin drilling slips as Starfish produces first gas

The number of gas-focused rigs in operation in Latin America fell to 17 in April.

25 May 2018
LNG

Thai LNG imports hit record in April

Thailand imported just under 500,000 tons over the month, an increase of 38% year on year.

24 May 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Turkey on track to meet storage capacity goal

Turkey's government wants the country to have a gas storage capacity equal to 20% of its gas consumption by 2023.

24 May 2018
LNG

Chinese LNG plants restart after maintenance

Restarts at plants in the north and southwest of China will lift the country's LNG output this week.

24 May 2018
Policy & Regulation

EU carbon prices continue bull run

Prices for EU carbon allowances under the European Emissions Trading System hit €16 per ton on Tuesday.

23 May 2018
LNG

Chinese ex-works LNG price rises for third week

Cuts to feed gas supplies by PetroChina limited output last week, pushing ex-works LNG prices up by 10.1%.

23 May 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

GreenStream restart boosts African exports to Europe

North African pipeline exports to Europe rose by 12.7% week on week in Week 20, following the completion of maintenance work on the GreenStream pipeline.

22 May 2018
LNG

Asian spot LNG prices rise for seventh week in a row

Asian spot prices increased for the seventh consecutive week last week, rising by 2.34% from the previous week to average $8.29/MMBtu.

22 May 2018
LNG

Higher prices boost Southeast Asia’s LNG earnings

The price received for LNG by Southeast Asia’s exporters continued to rise in March, increasing revenues.

21 May 2018
LNG

Argentina coordinates its imports to suit the season

There is growing seasonality in Argentina’s gas imports, as well as indications of price convergence.

21 May 2018
Exploration & Production

Asia Pacific rig count remains low

The number of rigs drilling for gas in the region remains in the doldrums despite oil prices creeping up.

18 May 2018
Supply & Demand

Pakistani LNG imports increase by 80% in April

The startup of gas-fired power plants will further push up LNG imports over the coming months.

17 May 2018
LNG

Chinese LNG output to fall as plants halt production

China is forecast to produce 28,352 tons per day of LNG this week as plants in the provinces of Shanxi and Hubei have suspended production.

17 May 2018
Exploration & Production

Norway’s gas and oil production drops in April

Oil and gas production from the Norwegian Continental Shelf fell in April compared with the previous month.

16 May 2018
LNG

Chinese ex-works LNG prices up by 13%

Prices jumped by 13.2% last week amid reduced gas supplies as PetroChina started storage injections

16 May 2018
LNG

Asian spot LNG prices continue to climb

Asian spot LNG prices edged up over the past week to close at $8.13/MMBtu on Friday

15 May 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Africa-EU piped flows down despite GreenStream restart

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 3.8% last week even though supplies have restarted on the GreenStream pipeline.

15 May 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Hydro and wind hammer Brazil’s gas-to-power demand

Brazil has built 13 GW of wind capacity over the last six years, and the turbines are now taking a bite out of the gas-to-power sector.

14 May 2018
Exploration & Production

India’s gas consumption shifts in favour of LNG

Growth in LNG imports means India’s gas consumption is edging closer to the highs seen at the start of the decade.

14 May 2018
Exploration & Production

Egypt and Oman boost rig count in April

Egypt added one rig in April while Oman added two, more than offsetting a decline in drilling in Pakistan.

11 May 2018

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