Pipelines, Storage & Power

Africa-Europe pipeline volumes down on all lines

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 2.7% last week as transit through all pipelines declined.

By Verity Ratcliffe 20 February 2018
LNG

Chinese pipeline transactions soar

Pipeline transaction volumes surged in the last week of August, reaching 56.35 million cubic metres.

3 September 2015
LNG

Japanese LNG prices up after eight-month fall

The average price Japan paid for LNG in July increased by 4% month on month, breaking an eight-month run of falling prices.

3 September 2015
LNG

China’s end-users feel effects of producer prices

Higher producer prices in northern China helped end-user prices in Shandong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Tianjin gain an average of 1.08% from last week.

2 September 2015
Supply & Demand

Trans-Med hits lowest daily flow since March

Pipeline gas exports from North Africa to Europe fell by 3.9% week on week to 590.6 MMcm in Week 35.

1 September 2015
LNG

Brazil banks on hydro boost

Despite Brazil giving the go-ahead for re-exports, the country’s hydroelectricity situation remains critical.

1 September 2015
LNG

US bank forecasts bearish outlook for LNG prices

Falling gas demand and increasing liquefaction capacity have left a bearish outlook for LNG prices in the short-to-medium term, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

26 August 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG supply tight after Tianjin blasts

LNG supply was tight in the east and north, after the Rudong and Ningbo terminals cut LNG sales and the Tianjin explosions slowed LNG deliveries from the local FSRU to Hebei customers.

26 August 2015
Supply & Demand

North African flows via MEG offset reduced Trans-Med volumes

Piped gas volumes to Europe from North Africa rose by 1.6% in Week 34 from a week earlier to 614.8 MMcm.

25 August 2015
LNG

Air conditioning boosts NE Asian power demand

Prices in Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan increased by 2.06% from the previous week as power demand rose because of increased air conditioning use.

25 August 2015
Supply & Demand

Gas bails out drought-hit Brazil

Interfax explores how gas is filling the hydropower breach as the elements fail Brazil for the fourth successive year.

24 August 2015
Supply & Demand

Ukraine facing winter storage crunch

Time is running out for Ukraine to fill its storage facilities with enough gas for the winter.

24 August 2015
Supply & Demand

Spanish LNG reloads rally in July and August

Spanish LNG reloads have picked up in July and August after only one cargo was reloaded in June.

21 August 2015
Supply & Demand

Gazprom Q2 exports decline in key markets

Gazprom’s second quarter export statistics show an unsurprising decline in deliveries to Ukraine, but also reductions in supply to many of its key markets in Central Europe.

20 August 2015
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Spain sees gas-fired power soar in 2015

Lower power production from hydro and wind has prompted a sharp increase in gas demand from power generation in Spain.

19 August 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG prices holding steady in August

Chinese producer prices for LNG were steady between the first two weeks of August, edging up 0.06% to RMB 3,621 per ton

19 August 2015
Supply & Demand

North African flows to Europe hold steady

Pipeline volumes from North Africa to Europe fell by just 0.9% week on week, to 604.9 MMcm.

18 August 2015
Supply & Demand

Gas-for-power boosts NE Asian LNG demand

Northeast Asian spot LNG prices climbed by 2.39% from the previous week, driven by increased demand from gas power generators.

18 August 2015
Pipelines, Storage & Power

UK gas generation picks up as prices dip

Several large power stations have seen closure, capacity reduction, full or partial mothballing, or conversion to biomass in the UK.

17 August 2015
Policy & Regulation

European majors struggle against markets

Prices for gas traded in Europe have been trending downwards this year, affecting the results of European companies.

14 August 2015
Supply & Demand

Chinese domestic LNG struggles against imports

LNG prices at the factory gate dipped last week as domestic LNG from northern plants proved uncompetitive against imported LNG in eastern and southern markets.

12 August 2015

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