Operational rigs in Asia Pacific targeting gas in September 2017 Exploration & Production

Asian rig count falls despite Australia’s resurgence

Three countries in the Asia Pacific region saw a reduction in the number of rigs targeting gas in September..

By Andrew Walker 20 October 2017
Supply & Demand

Norwegian gas production spikes in March

Norwegian gas production surged to 10.89 bcm in March, according to the latest preliminary figures released by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

20 April 2015
LNG

South Korea’s LNG imports fall by 20% in Q1

South Korean LNG imports were down by 19% in Q1 2015 year on year, according to statistics published by the country’s Customs Service.

20 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Belarus’s long road to energy independence

Belarus is highly dependent on gas imports from Russia. However, it is trying to reduce this by improving energy efficiency and fuel switching.

16 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Indonesian exports rebound in March

Indonesian gas exports rebounded in March, capitalising on the first price increase in four months.

16 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Experts examine the views of Flame delegates

Delegates at the Flame Conference in Amsterdam were given the chance to air their views on developments in the gas market on Tuesday.

15 April 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG production costs fall after price cut

China’s ex-works LNG price fell by 1.19% between 4-10 April from the previous week.

15 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Pipeline deliveries climb on Algerian high

North African pipeline deliveries to Europe climbed steeply in Week 15 as Algerian output reached its highest level since the middle of January.

14 April 2015
EU Energy Policy

Unbundling boosts Italian gas sector competition

Competition within the Italian gas sector has improved after the unbundling of the TSO and new capacity allocation rules, according to the European Commission.

14 April 2015
LNG

Asian LNG holds steady as oil prices rise

Asian spot LNG prices were largely level last week, rising by 0.95%, while oil prices extended recent gains to finish the week strongly.

13 April 2015
LNG

Spain reloads no LNG for second month in row

Spain conducted no LNG reload operations in February or March this year, marking the first months since 2012 that it has not re-exported cargoes.

13 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Qatar’s LNG market share starts to slide

Qatar’s stranglehold on the global LNG market began to loosen in 2014, with maintenance work driving a 2% drop in exports.

10 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Dutch gas exports drop by 25%

Gas exports from the Netherlands fell by 25% year on year to 28.7 bcm in 2014, while 20% less gas was produced in the country.

10 April 2015
LNG

The global LNG market in 2014 – GIIGNL report

The LNG market marked its 50th year with little fanfare, as trade remained stagnant despite the addition of a new LNG plant, a new train, and six regasification terminals.

9 April 2015
Supply & Demand

LNG imports fall as Argentina gets back on track

Argentina will meet demand with more domestically produced gas in 2015, according to data from a Buenos Aires-based consultancy.

9 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Imports offset drop in Thai gas production

Thailand’s piped gas imports from Myanmar more than doubled year on year in January 2015, to 25.8 million cubic metres per day as a result of new supplies.

9 April 2015
Supply & Demand

US pipeline exports to Mexico on the rise

Mexico’s Secretaria de Energia has projected that pipeline exports from the United States to Mexico could reach 108 MMcm/d by 2018.

9 April 2015
LNG

Shell + BG Group = global LNG superpower

While the new, beefed-up Shell is still far from the largest LNG exporter in the world, the addition of BG’s LNG portfolio makes it the most diverse, global supermajor in the industry.

8 April 2015
Supply & Demand

LNG glut could push down European gas prices

An increase in global LNG supply coupled with lower Asian demand will likely send more cargoes to Europe, lowering European gas prices.

8 April 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG producers cut prices

Several Chinese LNG producers have cut their prices to remain competitive against imported LNG.

8 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Algerian pipeline flows rise sharply in April

Pipeline deliveries to Europe from Algeria have climbed significantly since the end of March, with volumes through the MEG pipeline nearly doubling week on week.

7 April 2015

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