Map showing Africa-Europe pipeline gas deliveries last week. Pipelines, Storage & Power

Africa-Europe pipeline gas exports see small rise

Exports of pipeline gas from North Africa to Europe rose by 0.8% week on week in Week 41, to 862.7 MMcm.

By Verity Ratcliffe 17 October 2017
Supply & Demand

Weather and politics dampen Gazprom’s exports

Gazprom’s exports continued to decline in Q1 2015, following annual figures for 2014 that were the lowest in a decade as consumption slumped in Europe and Ukraine.

20 May 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG prices continue to slide

Wholesale LNG prices from Chinese plants slid by 2.55% over 9-15 May from the previous week. Most producers cut their prices to reduce stocks.

20 May 2015
Supply & Demand

North African pipeline deliveries falling despite GreenStream recovery

Despite a 65.5% week-on-week increase in GreenStream deliveries, total North African flows were lower than they were two weeks ago, at 610.8 MMcm.

19 May 2015
LNG

Asian LNG demand weak in run up to summer

Spot LNG prices in northeast Asia fell by an average of 0.27% last week from the previous week, as soft demand resulting from warm weather and sufficient stocks held prices in check.

19 May 2015
Companies & Finance

Gas squeezed out of German power market

The rise of renewable energy, weak power demand and declining coal prices are pushing down the price of power in Germany.

18 May 2015
Supply & Demand

Pipeline imports reassert Spanish dominance

Spain’s lack of reloads saw LNG provide the majority of the country's gas in March, but pipeline imports reasserted their dominance in April as reloads returned.

18 May 2015
Exploration & Production

Timeline: the hunt for Venezuela’s pearl

First gas from one of Latin America’s largest fields, La Perla in Venezuela, is imminent. This is the colourful story of the offshore giant.

18 May 2015
Supply & Demand

UK coal consumption falls, but still beats gas

Although coal-fired generation has continued to decline in the UK’s power mix following the closure of coal-fired plants in recent years, it still had a bigger share than gas last winter.

15 May 2015
Companies & Finance

Thai gas consumption hits record high

Gas consumption in Thailand hit a record high in March, driven by robust demand from the power sector and industrial users.

14 May 2015
Gas for Transport

NGV growth slow but potential remains

NGVs, including LNG trucks, could help reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the EU, but growth in the sector faces a number of uncertainties.

13 May 2015
LNG

Full Chinese LNG stocks prompt price cut

Chinese LNG producers’ inventories started to become full during the country’s recent public holiday, which meant they had to cut prices to reduce stocks.

13 May 2015
Supply & Demand

Pipeline flows down as GreenStream volumes cut

North African pipeline flows fell by 14% week on week as maintenance at Libya’s Mellitah gas facility curtailed volumes through the GreenStream pipeline.

12 May 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG prices steady during poor weather

Chinese sellers overestimated summer demand, with enthusiasm among buyers remaining low because of poor weather across northeast Asia.

12 May 2015
LNG

India’s LNG imports recover in March

India’s domestic demand for LNG fell this quarter amid negotiations to reduce contracted volumes from Qatar.

11 May 2015
EU Energy Policy

Diversification remains challenge for Slovakia

Slovakia imports almost all of its gas from Gazprom and must diversify to strengthen security of supply, according to the European Commission.

11 May 2015
Exploration & Production

Marcellus shale play US gas’s largest contributor

The Marcellus shale play has surpassed the Barnett to become the largest gas field in the United States, ranked by estimated proven reserves in 2013.

7 May 2015
Exploration & Production

Malampaya shutdown hits Philippines Q1 output

A month-long shutdown at Shell’s offshore Malampaya field cut gas production in the Philippines during Q1 2015, while output rose in Vietnam over the same period.

7 May 2015
LNG

Japan’s Q1 LNG imports biggest on record

Japan imported 24 mt of LNG in Q1 2015, the highest volume on record, according to statistics from the Ministry of Commerce.

6 May 2015
EU Energy Policy

Energy prices brighten EU economic outlook

The outlook for economic growth in the EU has brightened as a result of lower oil and energy prices, a weaker euro and quantative easing.

6 May 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG producers cut prices to clear stock

The average price for LNG from China’s liquefaction plants fell by 3% in April as producers cut their prices to try and sell inventories.

6 May 2015

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