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

Africa-Europe flows fall on lower GreenStream exports

Exports of pipeline gas from North Africa to Europe dropped by 2.6% last week as deliveries from Libya to Italy fell.

By Verity Ratcliffe 21 November 2017
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
Supply & Demand

Winter’s end signals Asian spot price decline

Asian spot LNG prices fell by 13.54% in March from the previous month as the reduced need for gas heating after the end of winter further weighed on market sentiment.

7 April 2015
LNG

Argentina saving ‘hundreds of millions’ on LNG

Interfax estimates that Argentina spent around $275 million in Q1 2015 to import LNG, compared with approximately $656 million in Q1 2014.

7 April 2015
LNG

Average East Asian LNG prices collapse in Feb

Japan and Taiwan increased their LNG imports in 2015, but South Korea has seen a substantial decline in demand for the fuel since December.

2 April 2015
LNG

Signal failures delay infrastructure – ENTSOG

FIDs on key gas infrastructure projects in Europe are being delayed because of a lack of long-term signals for gas demand and supply, according to ENTSOG.

1 April 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG prices remain steady as buyers hold back

Buyers appear to be holding back from purchasing LNG until April, when Chinese suppliers are expected to cut prices in response to lower production costs.

1 April 2015
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Plummeting volumes pass GreenStream by

An 11% drop in volumes through the Maghreb-Europe pipeline saw weekly North African pipeline deliveries to Europe fall to their lowest level so far in 2015, but GreenStream deliveries are holding steady.

31 March 2015
LNG

Asian spot LNG prices hold steady

Asian spot LNG prices were steady last week, increasing by just 0.11%, as demand from regional buyers remained soft now winter has ended.

31 March 2015
Exploration & Production

Indian LNG imports down, domestic offtake up

India’s LNG imports fell by 25.5% month on month in February, while offtake of regasified LNG inched up by nearly 3%.

30 March 2015
Supply & Demand

UK LNG imports up by 20% in 2014

Stable production combined with reduced demand led to the UK importing 10.8% less gas and exporting 16.8% more in 2014 compared with the previous year.

30 March 2015
Supply & Demand

Germany’s energy secure, others may fall short

Germany will continue to have a high level of energy security in the coming years, while in France and Belgium electricity demand might not be met.

27 March 2015
Supply & Demand

Indonesian revenue hits new low as prices fall

The low price of Indonesian gas and LNG exports in February pulled the country’s gas export revenue below $1 billion for the first time in more than four years.

26 March 2015
LNG

Slack demand and imports push Chinese LNG prices down

Purchase prices at Chinese LNG plants edged down by 0.4% between 14-20 March from the previous week because of soft demand and competition from LNG imports.

25 March 2015
Policy & Regulation

EU renewables growth comes at a cost – study

A recent study by conservative thinktank the Centre for Policy Studies said that the costs of intermittent renewables are massively understated.

25 March 2015
Supply & Demand

Pipeline deliveries up despite Libyan dangers

Deliveries from Libya have risen significantly since the beginning of the year, when many feared widespread social unrest would limit pipeline exports.

24 March 2015
Supply & Demand

Asian spot LNG prices edge upwards

Asian spot LNG prices ended last week slightly higher as demand in the region increased.

24 March 2015
LNG

Singapore becomes SE Asia’s biggest importer

Singapore LNG sent out its first reload and was recipient of the first cargoes from Australia’s Queensland Curtis LNG plant this year.

23 March 2015

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