LNG

South Korea’s LNG imports up by 9% in October

South Korea is looking to replenish its LNG stocks as it heads into winter, with imports growing by around 1 mt month on month.

Exploration & Production

Saudi Arabia and Oman boost Middle East rig count

The number of rigs targeting gas in the Middle East rose by 5.4% in October as more were deployed in Oman and Saudi Arabia.

Supply & Demand

Germany, Italy own half of EU gas import contracts

Germany and Italy account for more than half of the gas contracted by EU countries with non-EU suppliers.

30 November 2016
LNG

Snow hinders trucked LNG in northern China

Snowfall hindered trucked LNG deliveries in northern China last week, causing several plants to cut prices to reduce their inventories.

30 November 2016
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Falling Italian imports cut North African pipeline gas

Reduced exports through the Trans-Med and GreenStream pipelines contributed to a 0.8% drop in North African flows to Europe last week.

29 November 2016
LNG

Asian LNG prices close in on January 2016 levels

Spot LNG prices in Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan rose by 0.89% last week, to an average of $6.85/MMBtu.

29 November 2016
Exploration & Production

Trinidad’s new fields offer only short-term solutions

Production from Trinidad’s much-hyped new fields may only restore output to 2014 levels, given current decline rates.

28 November 2016
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gas to struggle against coal in Asia power sector – IEA

Gas will increase its share of Asia's energy mix over the next 25 years, but it will play a relatively small role in regional power, according to the IEA.

28 November 2016
Supply & Demand

Gas will be long-term winner by 2040 – IEA

Gas use in the EU power sector fell by nearly 12% per year between 2010 and 2014, but overall demand for the fuel will increase over the next 25 years.

25 November 2016
Exploration & Production

Latin America rig count creeps up in October

Gas-focused drilling inched up in Latin America in October, with the number of gas rigs standing at 21 according to Baker Hughes data.

24 November 2016
Exploration & Production

India’s licensing round hooks mostly minnows

India's small discovered fields round attracted a large number of bids from small domestic companies, but it failed to attract much interest from the big players.

24 November 2016
LNG

Southeast Asia sees LNG demand growth in Q3

Southeast Asia’s LNG imports showed significant growth in Q3 2016 even as prices crept up.

23 November 2016
LNG

Chinese wholesale LNG prices rise by 8%

Strong demand and rising costs boosted wholesale LNG prices in China to $8.8/MMBtu last week.

23 November 2016
Alternative Fuels

Russia’s nuclear ambitions overseas

Interfax Natural Gas Daily takes a closer look at Rosatom's global nuclear programme and the status of its international agreements.

22 November 2016
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Strong Italian demand boosts TransMed volumes

North African pipeline deliveries to Europe rose by 2.6% in Week 47 as a result of strong demand caused by low temperatures

22 November 2016
LNG

Heating season pushes up Chinese LNG prices

Trucked LNG prices in 11 provinces and cities increased by 8.3% last week after LNG plants and receiving terminals hiked prices.

22 November 2016
LNG

Malaysia’s LNG exports grow in September

Malaysia’s LNG exports increased on an annual basis in the latest month for which data is available, but Indonesia and Brunei recorded large falls.

21 November 2016
Exploration & Production

The changing face of Mexican production

Non-associated gas from Mexico’s onshore plays accounted for over 42% of the country’s production a decade ago, but the figure has now fallen to 22%.

21 November 2016
Policy & Regulation

Worldwide CCS progress not enough – report

The Global CCS Institute expects more than 20 new CCS projects to be operational by the end of 2017, but more are needed to meet the Paris 'well-below 2C' target.

18 November 2016
Exploration & Production

Asian rig count falls by a third in October

The number of gas-focused drilling rigs in Asia Pacific fell by 33% in October 2016 from a year earlier, with declines across all countries in the region.

17 November 2016
Supply & Demand

Gas and renewables set for strongest growth – IEA

The IEA predicts rapid growth in gas and renewables will be needed to meet the world’s growing energy demand and curb greenhouse gas emissions.

17 November 2016
Supply & Demand

Italy’s Snam Rete sees profits drop

Italian gas network operator Snam Rete saw its earnings before interest and taxes drop by 12% in the first nine months of 2016.

16 November 2016

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