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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
LNG

Truck loading steps up a gear in the EU

Truck loading LNG to supply customers beyond the reach of gas grids has become popular in European countries beyond Spain and Portugal.

23 March 2015
Supply & Demand

Argentina kicking its LNG habit

The country’s LNG imports are on course to fall by up to 53% in Q1 2015 compared with the same period in 2014, according to scheduled cargo data.

23 March 2015
Supply & Demand

Germany’s renewables climb to record high

The share of renewable energy in Germany’s electricity consumption rose to 27.8% in 2014, up from 25.4% in 2013, according to the German energy ministry.

20 March 2015
LNG

Malaysia doubles LNG exports to Taiwan

Malaysia’s LNG exports to Taiwan doubled year on year in January, helping to offset a decrease in volumes shipped to South Korea.

18 March 2015
Policy & Regulation

Netherlands allocates €18 bln for offshore wind

The Dutch government has earmarked up to €18 billion ($19.1 billion) in subsidies for offshore wind development between 2015 and 2019.

18 March 2015
LNG

Chinese spot trading picks up as prices drop

The ex-works price for Chinese LNG fell by 2.09% over 7-13 March from the previous week as several producers in the northwest cut their prices.

18 March 2015
Supply & Demand

GreenStream bucks the trend

GreenStream was the only North African pipeline to increase volumes to Europe in Week 11.

17 March 2015
LNG

Asian LNG prices rebound slightly after public holiday

LNG spot prices for Asian buyers last week climbed by 1.52% from the previous week after oil prices rebounded slightly following the Lunar New Year holiday.

17 March 2015
Supply & Demand

Norwegian exports decline in 2014

Norway exported 101.1 bcm of gas via pipeline to Europe in 2014, according to data released by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

16 March 2015
LNG

Far East LNG demand growth slows in 2014

LNG imports into East Asia and Southeast Asia increased by 700,000 tons year on year in 2014, a growth rate of less than 1% – a large fall from the 5% increase in 2013.

16 March 2015
Supply & Demand

PGNiG gas sales and profits up

Poland’s state-owned gas monopoly PGNiG produced 4.5 bcm of gas in 2014 and recorded higher gas sales and profits despite capped Russian imports.

13 March 2015
Companies & Finance

Philippines production rises in trouble-free 2014

A problem-free year for the Philippines’ sole producing gas field saw production increase in 2014, while output remained steady in Vietnam over the first two months of 2015.

12 March 2015
Policy & Regulation

The EU’s emissions cuts in figures

The EU cut greenhouse gas emissions by 17.9% in 2012 compared with 1990 levels – closing in on the legally binding 2020 target of a 20% cut.

11 March 2015

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