Pipelines, Storage & Power

North African pipeline flows to Europe drop 8%

Exports fell to 360.4 MMcm as deliveries declined via all Africa-Europe pipelines.

By Verity Ratcliffe 22 August 2017
Supply & Demand

Ukrainian imports, consumption and transit all down year on year

Ukraine imported 403.5 million cubic metres of gas in August, 85.9% lower year on year, Ukraine’s Energy and Coal Ministry said.

10 October 2014
Supply & Demand

Indonesia's gas exports continue to grow

Indonesia topped its monthly exports mark in 2014 for a second consecutive month, and pulled its oil and gas trade deficit in line with 2013 as higher average prices for its exported gas continued to boost revenues.

9 October 2014
Supply & Demand

UK LNG imports up while production decline slows

The UK imported almost twice as much LNG in July 2014 as it did in the same month in 2013 as Asian demand slipped from the highs of the previous two summers and cargoes were diverted to Europe.

2 October 2014
Supply & Demand

Australia: The end of an era

The Australian energy and resources industry is coming to the end of an unprecedented growth spurt.

26 September 2014
Supply & Demand

Kazakh exports to China climb

Deliveries of Kazakh gas to China reached 210 million cubic metres (MMcm) in July, their highest level yet. Shipments in June were 30 MMcm, according to Chinese customs data.

23 September 2014

South Korean importers expect low LNG demand and high storage levels

South Korean imports of LNG were down by 713,000 cubic metres – or 22% – year on year in August 2014.

18 September 2014
Pipelines, Storage & Power

European countries stock up ahead of winter

The countries of Central and Eastern Europe have robust gas storage inventories as the winter season approaches, with last year’s mild winter and fears over the transit of Russian gas via Ukraine meaning stocks are up year on year.

10 September 2014
Supply & Demand

Russia stops supplies to Ukraine, but imports up year on year

Russia cut off gas supplies to Ukraine on 16 June in what was a dramaic month for the country.

2 September 2014
Supply & Demand

Indonesia's July gas exports are up, but volumes still down for 2014

Indonesia exported more gas in July than in any other month of the year so far. Revenues also improved as gas prices remained at least $50/t higher than in 2013.

2 September 2014
Supply & Demand

Asian LNG imports rise in H1

LNG imports into East Asia’s largest buyers were up again in the first half of 2014, with Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan taking a combined 81.3 mt of the fuel – up by 2.5%.

1 September 2014
Supply & Demand

Turkmen gas shipments to China hit record high

Turkmenistan increased shipments of gas to China to 2.43 bcm in June, according to Chinese customs data. This was a record high and came in the same month that Line C of the CACP went online.

29 August 2014
Supply & Demand

Russian gas production down, but there is hope in the long term

Gas production from Gazprom and Russia as a whole suffered in July, as a result of customers’ healthy storage levels and fuel-on-fuel competition. The outlook for August is similar.

28 August 2014
Supply & Demand

Japanese LNG imports continue to grow

Japanese LNG imports climbed by close to 6% in July, as shuttered nuclear plants and slumping summer spot prices helped the fuel reclaim market share despite a drop in thermal power demand.

21 August 2014
Pipelines, Storage & Power

French power: Less nuclear, more renewables

France has set itself ambitious targets for cuts in nuclear power generation, fossil fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

21 August 2014
Supply & Demand

Mild temperatures ease Japanese power demands

Imports by Japan’s 10 largest utilities fell by 3.4% in July year on year, to 5 mt, according to data from the Federation of Electric Power Providers, while consumption climbed by 5% despite milder summer temperatures.

18 August 2014

LNG exports from the Americas

The Atlantic LNG plant in Trinidad and Tobago is one of the world’s largest. It is a four-train facility with a nameplate capacity of 14.8 mtpa. Production from all four trains was 15.6 MMcm in H1 2014. This was a 7% reduction on H1 2013.

15 August 2014
Supply & Demand

Ukraine situation expected to give Gazprom a weak H2

Gazprom has said it will pump less gas this year than originally forecast, having revised its production figure down by 6.7% to 463 bcm. The figure is nearly 17% below the 2008 high of 550 bcm and would constitute a 5% fall on 2013 volumes.

14 August 2014
Supply & Demand

Malaysia turns to the spot market

Malaysia delivered three spot cargoes to India, Kuwait and Thailand in June, as weak East Asian demand weighed on regional spot prices after strong Q4 2013 and Q1 2014 buying left inventories full.

13 August 2014
Supply & Demand

Thai gas production drops with joint Malaysian area shutdown

Thailand’s gas production decreased by 4% month on month to 113 MMcm/d in June, after a 25-day shutdown at the Hess-operated A18 block in the Malaysia-Thailand joint development area.

12 August 2014
Supply & Demand

Power generators drive fall in UK gas demand

UK gas imports fell by 3% year on year in 2013, while exports fell by 24%. UK gas demand slid by 1% in 2013 to 851 TWh, driven primarily by a fall in the amount of gas used for electricity generation. While gas demand was flat year on year in most sectors, gas for power use fell by 5.7% as high gas prices made the fuel commercially unattractive.

5 August 2014

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