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US to strengthen global lead in gas production – Birol

The US is set to increase its lead over Russia as the world’s biggest gas producer, providing additional flexibility and diversity for European importers, the IEA says.

By Andreas Walstad 20 November 2017
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Gas may transform El Salvador into regional energy hub

A new power plant may be an anchor for introducing gas into the Central American energy matrix.

7 October 2011
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Latin American LNG is one-way traffic

Chris Noon says more Latin American governments are seeing the benefits of LNG and are looking to exports to fuel growth.

7 October 2011
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Australia itching for FID on Ichthys LNG Project

Ichthys $23 billion Australian LNG project will help take Australia from being a regional hub to a "global leader" in LNG with export volumes second only to Qatar, said Martin Ferguson, Minister for Resources and Energy, on Thursday.

6 October 2011
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Rwandan methane plant set for mid-2012 start-up

The Rwandan government still expects a methane gas-fired power plant to start up by the middle of next year despite delays to the project, Minister for Energy and Water Coleta Ruhamya told Interfax on Thursday.

6 October 2011
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Pacific Rubiales’ LNG project targets Caribbean

The success of Colombia’s LNG export ambitions depend on the speed at which it can ramp up production, and projects may encounter risk from low prices in the region.

6 October 2011
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Gazprom eyeing slice of Middle East’s growing LNG import market

Gazprom wants to be a “partner of choice” for Middle Eastern LNG buyers, Rosario Sgarioto, head of LNG origination at Gazprom Global LNG, told delegates at the Middle East Petroleum & Gas conference on Tuesday.

5 October 2011
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Pakistan awards three permits for LNG terminal construction

Pakistan’s Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has awarded three licences for the construction of the country’s $500 million first LNG receiving terminal an official at OGRA confirmed to Interfax on Wednesday.

5 October 2011
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North American LNG export success needs price stability

The success of the continent’s LNG ambitions relied upon most variables remaining unchanged until 2014, say analysts.

5 October 2011
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Sakhalin Energy to supply TEPCO with LNG

Sakhalin Energy, the operator of the Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project off Russia's Pacific coast, will supply Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), Japan's largest electricity provider, with liquefied natural gas under a mid-term contract, the Energy Ministry said on Monday.

3 October 2011
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Tanzania inks Chinese pipeline deal - report

The Tanzanian government announced last Friday that it has signed a $1 billion pipeline agreement with the Chinese government to build a 532 km gas pipeline from the coast to capital city Dar es Salaam.

3 October 2011
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GSPC and BG India agree on 20 year LNG contract

Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) and BG India signed a heads of agreement on Thursday for the long-term supply of up to 2.5 million tons per annum (mtpa) of LNG, according to a statement released on the latter’s website on Thursday.

30 September 2011
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Ukraine’s LNG plans a remote prospect

Ukraine’s tentative plans to import LNG face serious challenges that make deliveries from Azerbaijan a remote prospect, industry analysts told Interfax this week.

30 September 2011
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China plans more gas-fired power plants along southeast coast

The National Energy Administration (NEA), China's energy policymaker, plans to increase the number of gas-fired power plants on the country’s south-eastern coast to meet power demand in the region, an NEA official said at a Beijing news conference on Thursday.

30 September 2011
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LNG import club set to expand with Gulf entrants

With gas demand in the Middle East forecast to hit more than 1.6 billion cubic metres per day by 2020, Gulf states such as Dubai and Kuwait will increasingly rely on LNG imports to meet demand.

30 September 2011
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Stiff competition from wind in Brazilian tender

Wind continues to provide plenty of competition for gas in Brazilian power projects, constituting over three-quarters of the projects filed for the so-called ‘A-5’ tender to be held on 20 December this year.

30 September 2011
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Shtokman requires $4 billion tanker fleet

Sovcomflot (SCF), Russia’s state owned shipping company, has estimated that the Gazprom-led Shtokman project to produce LNG from a Barents Sea field almost 600 km offshore may require a $4 billion fleet to transport the fuel.

29 September 2011
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Venezuela freezes LNG plans

State-controlled company PDVSA has said its LNG export ambitions are on hold because of falling prices, and a renewed focus on supplying its domestic market. The decision is also another blow for the

29 September 2011
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Oregon Jordan Cove Energy Project changes LNG plans as it seeks export license

The Jordan Cove Energy Project (JCEP) has applied for an import licence with the United States Department of Energy (DOE) last week to import up to 1 billion cubic feet (28.3 million cubic metres: MMcm) per day of LNG.

29 September 2011
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Sinopec to form JV for CNG development in Shanxi Province

China Petrochemical Corp. (Sinopec) signed an agreement with state-owned Shanxi International Energy on 27 September to establish a joint venture (JV) focused on the construction of compressed natural gas (CNG) filling stations in Shanxi Province, Shanxi Energy announced on Thursday.

29 September 2011
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Gazprom wants Russian share of Sakhalin-2 in gas for duration of project

Gazprom would like to receive its share of revenues from Sakhalin-2 in gas rather than cash for the duration of the project, the head of the gas giant’s eastern projects, Viktor Timoshilov said at the Sakhalin 2011 Oil and Gas Conference in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in Russia on Tuesday.

28 September 2011

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