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Exploration & Production

Marcellus shale play US gas’s largest contributor

The Marcellus shale play has surpassed the Barnett to become the largest gas field in the United States, ranked by estimated proven reserves in 2013.

7 May 2015
Exploration & Production

Malampaya shutdown hits Philippines Q1 output

A month-long shutdown at Shell’s offshore Malampaya field cut gas production in the Philippines during Q1 2015, while output rose in Vietnam over the same period.

7 May 2015
LNG

Japan’s Q1 LNG imports biggest on record

Japan imported 24 mt of LNG in Q1 2015, the highest volume on record, according to statistics from the Ministry of Commerce.

6 May 2015
EU Energy Policy

Energy prices brighten EU economic outlook

The outlook for economic growth in the EU has brightened as a result of lower oil and energy prices, a weaker euro and quantative easing.

6 May 2015
LNG

Chinese LNG producers cut prices to clear stock

The average price for LNG from China’s liquefaction plants fell by 3% in April as producers cut their prices to try and sell inventories.

6 May 2015
Supply & Demand

China’s spot LNG import prices start to creep up

Spot LNG prices for major Northeast Asian importers rose by an average of 2.09% between March and April, the first monthly increase since September-October 2014.

5 May 2015
Supply & Demand

North African pipeline deliveries down despite GreenStream high

Volumes through all three of Algeria's pipelines to Europe were down last week, while deliveries from Libya to Italy via GreenStream continued to climb.

5 May 2015
LNG

Peru: the world’s cheapest LNG?

Peru has cemented its status as one of the cheapest LNG suppliers, with monthly revenues likely to have slumped by 30% since the start of the year.

5 May 2015
LNG

Energy majors’ Q1 results roundup

Europe’s energy majors reported their earnings this week for the first quarter of a year marked by the low price of oil.

1 May 2015
Supply & Demand

Thai gas production extends slide

Gas production in Thailand fell for a fourth consecutive month in February, although increased imports offset the shortfall and resulted in an increase in overall supply.

30 April 2015
Supply & Demand

Romania’s power surplus provides opportunity

Surplus electricity production and limited export capacity make Romania a peculiarity in Europe, the European Commission has said.

29 April 2015
LNG

Soft downstream demand causes Chinese LNG price drop

Chinese wholesale LNG prices fell by 0.34% last week from the previous week, as a result of soft downstream demand.

29 April 2015
LNG

Asian buyers’ appetite for LNG starts to wane

Buyers are showing little appetite for cargoes as most have large enough inventories to meet increased demand during the upcoming peak power generation season.

28 April 2015
Supply & Demand

GreenStream bucks trend with slight increase in pipeline flows

North African pipeline deliveries fell marginally in Week 17 despite an uptick in volumes through GreenStream.

28 April 2015
EU Energy Policy

Portuguese energy reform is work in progress

The Portuguese energy sector must overcome a number of obstacles to fulfil its potential, including its slow integration with the Spanish market.

27 April 2015
LNG

North America experiences LNG resurgence

The US is seeing a resurgence in LNG activity, with imports doubling year-on-year for January and February.

27 April 2015
Exploration & Production

Groningen production plummeting

Production from the giant Groningen gas field in the Netherlands declined by 33% in the first three month of this year.

24 April 2015
LNG

Malaysian LNG exports dip below 2 mt

Malaysia’s monthly LNG exports dropped below 2 mt for the first time since mid-2014, as deliveries to both South Korea and Taiwan fell.

23 April 2015
Policy & Regulation

Local content under Moz’s new petroleum law

Mozambique does not have a specific local content law, but its vision for how local content principles should be applied to its oil and gas industry is reflected in its August 2014 petroleum law.

23 April 2015
Supply & Demand

LNG is Lithuania’s bargaining chip

Gazprom cut the price of gas exports to Lithuania by 20% after the Baltic state decided to build the Klaipeda LNG terminal, the country’s former Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius has said.

22 April 2015

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