Source: Enagas, Snam Rete Gas, Interfax Pipelines, Storage & Power

Italian volumes fall as Spanish deliveries rebound

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 2.9% week on week in Week 24, driven by lower deliveries to Italy.

By Verity Ratcliffe 20 June 2017
EU Energy Policy

Energy Community not winning investment

Despite expected growth in energy demand, the contracting parties of the Energy Community – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova and Ukraine – are not attracting sufficient private capital and investment, electricity industry group Eurelectric said in a report published on 19 November.

27 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Israel’s gas export outlook: 2014-2019

Israel’s Tamar and Leviathan fields will together have the capacity to produce up to 36 bcm/y of gas by 2019.

26 November 2014
LNG

Imports to North America halve in 2014

US LNG imports were down by 48% year on year by August 2014 while Canadian imports were down by 50% for the January to September period.

24 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Russian gas production and exports continue to fall

Russia has taken its second important step in a year towards diversifying pipeline exports, a move that will favour Gazprom above its rivals Novatek and Rosneft.

24 November 2014
LNG

Japan posts largest yearly drop in LNG imports

Japanese LNG imports posted their largest year-on-year decline in October this year, falling by 7.9% to 6.94 mt as mild weather and high storage levels cut demand.

21 November 2014
EU Energy Policy

Storage obligations in the EU

Unlike with oil and petroleum products, which are covered by Directive 2006/67/EC, there is no EU directive in place that obliges member states to have minimum stocks of gas in place in case of supply disruptions.

20 November 2014
EU Energy Policy

China and Saudi Arabia see substantial growth in consumption

Energy consumption in China and Saudi Arabia has risen substantially over the last 20 years because of their rapid economic growth, a recent study has found.

20 November 2014
LNG

South Korean LNG imports fall for eighth month

South Korean LNG imports fell once again in October – by 13% year on year to 2.76 mt – marking the eighth consecutive month that imports have declined from last year. October imports stood at 3.2 mt in 2013.

18 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Thailand's pipeline imports grow, while production hits new lows

Thailand’s gas production fell by 1% month on month to 110 MMcm/d in September, with production at some of the country’s smaller gas fields dropping to their lowest levels this year.

17 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Uzbekistan sees steady export growth

Uzbekistan’s exports to China amounted to 360 MMcm in September, according to Chinese customs data. This represents steady growth over 2014 and a 56.52% increase year on year.

17 November 2014
Companies & Finance

Output and sales results from Australia's independent gas producers

Weak oil prices and PNG LNG's start up have affected the Australian gas market, while a weakening Australian dollar provided some relief

14 November 2014
LNG

Spanish reloads up as Southern Europe’s LNG imports fall

Spain is bucking Europe’s trend of declining LNG imports, with 2.6 MMcm delivered in October 2014 – up by 65% year on year.

13 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Argentina’s two-speed production industry

The production profile of Argentine state-run company YPF has decoupled from the rest of the country’s industry.

10 November 2014
LNG

UK bucks North Europe’s downward LNG import trend

Belgium’s LNG imports are down by 8% year on year for 2014 so far. LNG imports into France are down by 25% compared with the same period in 2013. However, the UK has imported 21% more LNG so far this year compared with 2013.

5 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Ukrainian imports still down year on year

US and EU sanctions against Russia intensified in September, while a lack of Russian gas imports weighed on gas usage in Ukraine.

4 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Lower prices and volumes for Indonesia gas exports

Prices for Indonesia’s gas exports fell along with volumes in September, although total revenue for the year remains higher compared with the same period in 2013.

4 November 2014
Supply & Demand

Egypt’s gas supply picture: 2014-2019

Egypt is suffering a major gas crisis, but the government, private industry and exporters have started discussions with potential importers and IOCs over the past 18 months to ensure the gas supply gap is closed within the next five years.

29 October 2014
Supply & Demand

China takes more LNG from a greater range of sources

China has continued to diversify its LNG sources in 2014. It imported the fuel from 18 countries in Q1-Q3 this year, compared with 13 in 2013.

27 October 2014
Global Markets

Argentina's gathering storm

Argentina will face some tough economic choices in 2015. The country’s bleak fiscal situation is expected to deteriorate further next year, with applied economist Steve Hanke, from Johns Hopkins University, telling Interfax on Monday the country’s foreign reserves could shrink to "near $10 billion" by October 2015.

24 October 2014
LNG

South Korean volumes keep falling as demand wanes

South Korean LNG imports continued to fall year on year in September, with a 7% drop marking the seventh consecutive month of declining imports. September’s imports stood at 2.3 mt, down from 2.5 mt last year.

23 October 2014

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