An LNG-powered ship taking on fuel in Rostock, Germany. (Gazprom) Gas for Transport

IMO decision could tip scales towards LNG

Regulation could push the maritime sector to adopt LNG as a bunker fuel, creating demand at a time when the industry desperately needs it.

The Höegh Gallant FSRU. The company has supplied a similar vessel to Colombia. (Höegh) LNG

A tale of two facilities in Colombia

The bear market has had stark consequences for Colombia’s nascent LNG sector, with a proposed floating project dead in the water.

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26 September 2016
Tunisians outside the UGTT Union marking the anniversary of the Arab Spring. (PA) Exploration & Production

Petrofac’s threats to quit Tunisia are getting old

After nine months of production stoppages in Chergui, Tunisia is scrambling to reverse Petrofac’s alleged decision to leave by striking a last-minute deal with the unions.

23 September 2016
PAE wants its own portion of the Aguada Pichana block, which it currently shares with YPF and others. (YPF) Exploration & Production

Does BP want a driving seat in Argentine shale play?

BP’s Argentine business is unwilling to ride shotgun in the giant Vaca Muerta shale play, sources tell Wildcat.

21 September 2016
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19 September 2016
This protest in 2015 warned China that Hinkley C would be a bad investment. (PA) Alternative Fuels

Hinkley Point C: a costly choice

EDF’s proposed new nuclear power plant has been approved by the UK’s government, but critics still say it will prove a costly white elephant.

16 September 2016
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12 September 2016
An MOU has been signed by Gazprom and Nogaholding. (Gazprom/RIAN) LNG

Russia-Bahrain LNG deal is shrewd diplomacy

Is this week’s LNG agreement between Bahrain and Russia a marriage of convenience or the real deal?

9 September 2016
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5 September 2016
A Golar LNG tanker. The company is looking to expand in Brazil. (Golar LNG) LNG

Golar takes on Goliath in Brazil

The Brazilian LNG market is a tough nut to crack, but UK-based Golar LNG is stepping up to the plate.

2 September 2016
Argentina’s energy minister, Juan Aranguren, is feeling the heat over gas prices. (Argentine energy ministry) Policy & Regulation

Juan’s Angels ride to the rescue in Argentina

Can a crack team of former policymakers bail out embattled Argentine Energy Minister Juan Aranguren? It may be worth a shot.

1 September 2016
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30 August 2016
Uniper’s Datteln 4 coal-fired power plant in Germany. (Uniper) EU Energy Policy

The path ahead for Europe’s power sector

Redesigning the policy framework for the European electricity market is a thankless job, but somebody has to do it.

26 August 2016
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22 August 2016
Solar installations in Berlin, Germany. (Berliner Energieagentur) Policy & Regulation

Energy storage strategy urgently needed

The idea that energy storage is not needed until renewables reach an overwhelming share of the energy mix is unhelpful, as the booming market offers a billion-euro opportunity.

19 August 2016
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15 August 2016
China has been using its Haiyang Shiyou 981 drilling rig in disputed waters. (CNOOC) Global Markets

Tensions simmer in the South China Sea

Ratcheting tensions in the South China Sea are preventing oil and gas exploration and increasing the likelihood of a flashpoint that could disrupt trade.

12 August 2016
Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima lights the Olympic flame at Rio 2016’s opening ceremony. (PA). Policy & Regulation

Brazil goes for gold, but not green

Brazil urged people to save the planet at the opening ceremony of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. But the country is no poster child for the environment.

9 August 2016
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8 August 2016
Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, meets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Russian Presidency) Exploration & Production

Even if you can beat them, join them

Russia’s focus on east Mediterranean fields could merely be a way of shoring up its market dominance in the region and beyond.

5 August 2016
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1 August 2016

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