Operational rigs in Asia Pacific targeting gas in October 2017. Exploration & Production

Asia Pacific rig count boosted by 12% in October

The Asia Pacific rig count increased by 12% month on month in October, reaching a four-month high of 46 active rigs.

By Andrew Walker 17 November 2017
EU Energy Policy

Shale gas policy across EU nations

Approaches to the exploration and regulation of shale gas resources vary widely across the EU, according to a new report from the European Parliament.

29 January 2015
Supply & Demand

China Number Crunch: 28 January update from the world’s largest energy consumer

Chinese wholesale prices from plants fell by 3.96% in 17-23 January from the previous week as several producers dropped their prices to increase sales.

28 January 2015
Supply & Demand

Fighting in Libya driving down pipeline exports

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 14% week on week, driven by lower volumes through the Trans-Med and GreenStream pipelines.

27 January 2015
LNG

China Number Crunch: 27 January update from the world’s largest energy consumer

Asian spot LNG prices fell towards the $9/MMBtu mark last week, amid a backdrop of low oil prices, mild winter weather, full storage inventories and growing Pacific Basin supply.

27 January 2015
Global Markets

How low can Asian LNG prices go?

The plunge in oil prices to $50/bbl will pull Asian term prices well below $10/MMBtu later on this year, with the cost of LNG likely falling to $8/MMBtu by spring.

26 January 2015
LNG

Latin LNG market limp in Q4 2014

Latin America’s six importers – Argentina, Brazil, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Puerto Rico – imported 3.8% less LNG in Q4 2014 compared with the same period in 2013.

23 January 2015
LNG

South Korean LNG imports fall as nuclear output stabilises

South Korea’s LNG imports declined by 7% in 2014, as most of its nuclear power plants have restarted, taking the strain off thermal plants.

22 January 2015
LNG

China Number Crunch: 21 January update from the world’s largest energy consumer

Chinese wholesale LNG prices fell by 4.49% over 10-16 January from the previous week as several producers cut prices to reduce excess inventories.

21 January 2015
Supply & Demand

Uncertainty over Russia offers hope for winter demand

North African pipeline deliveries into Europe fell by 11% in the third week of 2015, as volumes through the Trans-Mediterranean pipeline shrunk by 100 MMcm.

20 January 2015
LNG

China Number Crunch: 20 January update from the world’s largest energy consumer

Asian spot LNG prices continued their downward trend last week, falling by 1.81% as mild weather in Japan and South Korea dampened regional gas demand.

20 January 2015
Supply & Demand

Another rain check for Brazil

Interfax explores how gas is filling the hydropower breach as the elements fail Brazil for the third successive year

16 January 2015
LNG

Spanish LNG glut leads to record reload volumes in 2014

European LNG imports fell by 3% in 2014, according to statistics collected by Interfax.

15 January 2015
EU Energy Policy

UK clears first capacity auction for power generation

The first ever capacity auction for power plants and storage facilities in the UK cleared well below analysts’ expectations.

15 January 2015
LNG

China Number Crunch: 14 January update from the world’s largest energy consumer

Producers’ prices fell by 2.04% from the previous week as several plants slashed prices to reduce inventories.

14 January 2015
Supply & Demand

North African pipeline deliveries up by 19%

North African pipeline deliveries into Europe rose by 19% in the second week of 2015, with all four pipelines registering an uptick in volumes.

13 January 2015
Supply & Demand

Thailand’s gas supply hits record high in November

Supply reached 153 MMcm/d as domestic gas output held steady at the upper range of its capacity and piped imports from Myanmar increased.

13 January 2015
Supply & Demand

China Number Crunch: 13 January update from the world’s largest energy consumer

Asian spot LNG prices fell below $10/MMBtu last week, as weak end-user demand continued to weigh on purchases.

13 January 2015
Exploration & Production

The calculated risk in Brazil’s pre-salt

The ‘break-even’ price for Brazil’s pre-salt output, including gas transport infrastructure, is currently higher than crude prices

12 January 2015
LNG

Stress-testing the Panama Canal

Interfax puts the Panama Canal tolls to the test for cargoes from Sabine Pass.

9 January 2015
Supply & Demand

Gas production in Vietnam hits record high in 2014

Vietnam’s gas output hit an all-time high in 2014, as producers tried to keep pace with growing demand in the country.

9 January 2015

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