Inside view of a storage tank at an LNG terminal. LNG

Spain boosts LNG imports to cover power demand

Low reservoir levels have cut Spain’s hydropower output, forcing it to import more LNG. And the extra demand could persist if the winter is cold.

By Annemarie Botzki 20 October 2017
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LNG shipping’s growth spurt

As LNG shipping enters a new growth phase, Andy Flower wonders whether it will last.

21 September 2011
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Turbine manufacturers set to benefit from China's gas-fired power push

China's gas-fired power plants are forecast to consume an estimated 89.9 billion cubic metres (3.17 trillion cubic feet) of natural gas per year by 2015, fuelling about 70 gigawatts of annual natural gas installed capacity, according to a report released by the research arm of Ping'an Securities on Monday.

21 September 2011
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Gazprom plans LNG supply boost for 2011

Gazprom plans to boost LNG supplies this year, Gazprom Marketing and Trading said on its website.

20 September 2011
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Russia to take share of gas and potential royalties from Sakhalin-2 before 2014

Russia will receive a share of gas and potential royalties from the Sakhalin-2 project gas from September to December 2014 to supply to consumers in the country's Far East, as per a resolution signed by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on 6 September.

20 September 2011
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Yemen LNG plant unaffected by protests

Escalating violence in the capital of Yemen has not impacted operations at the Total-led Yemen LNG (YLNG) project at the port of Balhaf.

20 September 2011
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Argentina seeks bigger budget for LNG imports

Argentina's government is seeking an additional 10 billion Argentine pesos ($2.38 billion) in its 2012 budget to cover the costs of increased energy imports, including LNG, according to Bloomberg.

20 September 2011
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Klaipedos Nafta to acquire floating LNG import terminal

State-owned Lithuanian oil terminal operator Klaipedos Nafta plans to acquire a floating LNG import terminal vessel.

20 September 2011
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Spain's Socoin preparing feasibility study for LNG terminal in Ukraine

Spanish engineering company Socoin Ingenieria y Construccion has won the feasibility study tender for the LNG regasification terminal in Ukraine. The contract is expected to be signed in October.

19 September 2011
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Indonesia pressures Inpex to produce LNG from Masela by 2016

LNG production from Indonesia's Masela Block in the Arafura Sea is expected by 2016, with development of the project planned to start in 2012, according to energy regulator BP Migas told journalists last week.

19 September 2011
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Fossil Feud

Leigh Elston delves into the debate surrounding shale gas drilling.

19 September 2011
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CPI breaks ground on Xinjiang CTG project

State-owned power company China Power Investment Corp. (CPI) began construction of a coal-to-gas (CTG) project in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in early September, CPI announced yesterday.

16 September 2011
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UK gas prices must rise to compete for LNG

UK natural gas prices will likely have to rise above the current levels in order to compete with Japan and South Korea for LNG deliveries, analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a report on Friday.

16 September 2011
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Kyushu Electric signs supply agreement and Wheatstone LNG stake with Chevron

Chevron Corporation’s Australian subsidiaries have signed a long-term sale and purchase agreement (SPA) with Japan’s Kyushu Electric Power for the delivery of LNG from the planned Wheatstone project in Western Australia (WA).

16 September 2011
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GE helps this week’s good gas relations

United States conglomerate General Electric (GE) has added its voice to the country’s public relations campaign for gas this week.

15 September 2011
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New LNG plant for Brunei?

A new LNG liquefaction plant with capacity of 4 million tons per annum (mtpa) is to be built in Brunei, according to a report in Japan’s Nikkei Business daily this week.

15 September 2011
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China power use up 9.1% year-on-year in Aug - NEA

China consumed 434.3 terawatt hours of electricity in August, up 9.1% year-on-year, marking the fourth consecutive month in which growth has slowed on an annual basis, according to statistics released by the National Energy Administration (NEA) on Thursday.

15 September 2011
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Vopak, Enagas complete acquisition of Mexican LNG terminal

Vopak and Enagas have completed the acquisition of an LNG storage and regasification terminal in Altamira, Mexico, the companies said on Wednesday.

14 September 2011
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Gas Natural to invest €1 billion in energy projects

Spanish utility Gas Natural Fenosa and the local government in Catalonia has signed a collaboration agreement to invest around €1 billion ($1.4 billion) in energy projects over the next four years, Gas Natural Fenosa said on Monday.

13 September 2011
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Australia puts carbon tax legislation to parliament

Australia’s Labour government today introduced its controversial carbon tax legislation into parliament, a move designed to put a price on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from mid-2012.

13 September 2011
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The Cypriot Electric Authority mulls minority stake in LNG plant

The Electric Authority of Cyprus (EAC) met with Israel’s Delek Group and Texas-based Noble Energy on Monday to discuss the possibility of taking a stake in a planned LNG liquefaction plant in Cyprus, spokesperson Costa Gavrielides told Interfax today.

13 September 2011

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