LNG

FERC’s long queue of projects waiting for approval

The US agency finally has enough members to restart its approval process, but faces a $50 billion backlog.

By Therese Robinson 16 August 2017
LNG

Low-cost LNG drives demand for FSRUs

FSRUs are seen as a fast, low-cost way to access LNG for a number of new and emerging markets.

13 July 2017
LNG

Gas-for-power demand drives strong China LNG sales

Daily sales at several Chinese LNG terminals surged last week on strong gas-fired power demand.

13 July 2017
Exploration & Production

Mixed picture on PCI implementation – ACER

Only around one-third of projects earmarked by the EU as Projects of Common Interest have managed to stick to their original time schedules over the last couple of years.

12 July 2017
LNG

Low stockpiles raise Chinese ex-works LNG prices

Chinese ex-works LNG prices averaged RMB 3,080/t last week, up by 0.78% from the previous week as low stockpiles led 25 plants to raise prices.

12 July 2017
LNG

Northeast Asian spot LNG prices inch up

Spot LNG prices in Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan averaged $5.47/MMBtu last week – one cent higher than a week ago.

11 July 2017
Supply & Demand

African exports down as Italian volumes resume decline

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 4.9% week on week in Week 27 as a result of reduced deliveries to Italy.

11 July 2017
LNG

Peru LNG swaps Mexican customers for Spanish

The premium of European prices to the Henry Hub benchmark suggests that Peru LNG, and its sole offtaker Shell, will continue to court the continent rather take its cargoes to Mexico.

10 July 2017
LNG

High benchmark sees SE Asian LNG imports fall

Thailand and Singapore posted reduced LNG imports in May 2017 on an annual basis, but this is largely down to unusually high imports recorded in May 2016.

10 July 2017
Alternative Fuels

Nuclear power faces mixed outlook in Asia Pacific

There is a mixed outlook for nuclear power in Asia Pacific, with decline expected for the developed economies and rapid growth for emerging economies.

6 July 2017
LNG

Increased Chinese LNG output forecast for July

China’s domestic LNG output is projected to increase by 8.02% in July from June, to 1.2 bcm.

6 July 2017
Alternative Fuels

Coal prices strengthen on outages in Australia and Asia

Europe’s dependence on imported coal and gas is increasing relative to consumption because of declining domestic production.

5 July 2017
LNG

Pipeline sales increase on SHPGX in June

Pipeline gas transactions rose to 2.62 bcm on China's SHPGX in June, while LNG trades fell to 54,780 tons.

5 July 2017
Supply & Demand

Recovery in Italian volumes sees African exports grow

North African pipeline exports to Europe rose by 16.7% week on week in Week 26 as deliveries to Italy bounced back to hit their highest levels for six weeks.

4 July 2017
Supply & Demand

Taiwan leads rise in Asian spot LNG prices

Asian spot LNG prices increased by an average of 2.81% month on month in May, with Taiwan registering the largest growth.

4 July 2017
Supply & Demand

South American LNG demand hangs in balance

South America’s two giants have slashed combined spending on gas imports. But the situation is delicately balanced.

3 July 2017
LNG

World’s biggest LNG buyers up their imports in May

Japan and South Korea received more LNG in May on an annual basis, defying expectations that imports would decline.

3 July 2017
Supply & Demand

United States on course for net exports by 2018 – EIA

US gas exports hit a record high in 2016 following the startup of the Sabine Pass LNG plant and growing pipeline demand from Mexico.

30 June 2017
Supply & Demand

Little change in ranks of major gas users and producers

The world’s biggest consumers and producers of gas have stayed largely the same over the past decade, BP statistics show.

29 June 2017
LNG

Trucked LNG sales fall at Rudong terminal

Competitively priced LNG at China's Qidong and Ningbo terminals caused sales at Rudong to drop to 50 truckloads last week

29 June 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Polish gas demand bucks trend in BEMIP region

Poland is the only country covered by the Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan where gas demand is expected to grow over the coming years.

28 June 2017

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