The ice-class LNG tanker Christophe de Margerie. LNG

Mercurial Asian markets will challenge Arctic LNG

Booming Asian demand is a boon for the Arctic’s LNG projects. But it is not easy to predict where that demand will come from.

By The Wildcat 20 October 2017
LNG

PNG LNG in need of a Plan B

The deteriorating situation in Papua New Guinea is putting the country’s LNG project at risk, experts say.

30 June 2017
Global Markets

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26 June 2017
Companies & Finance

Snam increases its influence in Europe

The recent appointment of Marco Alverà as president of GasNaturally is a further step towards consolidating the role of Snam as a giant in the EU gas network.

23 June 2017
Exploration & Production

Mexico’s shale pioneers will need blind faith

Nobody doubts Mexico’s staggering shale potential. But it still looks risky to drill south of the Rio Grande.

20 June 2017
Global Markets

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19 June 2017
Policy & Regulation

EU-Russia energy deal hinges on political will

A separate EU-Russia agreement for energy infrastructure could bring benefits, but it would need political support from both sides to come to fruition.

16 June 2017
Global Markets

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12 June 2017
LNG

Choppy waters ahead for Qatar’s LNG fleet

The dispute between Qatar and several neighbouring countries has resulted in some of its LNG cargoes being rerouted.

9 June 2017
LNG

Will Paris damage Brand USA?

Will the United States’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement make LNG importers wary of ‘Made in America’? Experts are divided.

8 June 2017
Global Markets

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5 June 2017
Policy & Regulation

We might as well always have Paris

The decision by the US to withdraw from the Paris agreement may make it seem as if business will continue as usual, but IOCs will have to take a longer-term view.

2 June 2017
Global Markets

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30 May 2017
Exploration & Production

Duterte backed into corner over SCS

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has proposed a joint venture with China and Vietnam to explore for oil and gas in disputed waters of the South China Sea.

26 May 2017
Policy & Regulation

Identity crisis: utilities and IOCs

Hefty writedowns and plummeting prices have left IOCs looking to become power developers and traditional utilities turning to renewables.

25 May 2017
Exploration & Production

I’m a state company, get me out of here!

Brazilian state giant Petrobras is selling its Azulão field in the Amazonian jungle. The property looks tailor-made for Eneva or Rosneft Brasil.

23 May 2017
Policy & Regulation

Parli italiano? Under-use of English hampers hubs

A lack of detailed information available in English is an obstacle to trade in many energy markets, including Italy.

19 May 2017
Global Markets

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15 May 2017
Policy & Regulation

Trump stumbles in war on regulation

Environmentalists scored a victory over Donald Trump this week on fugitive methane emissions. The US president now has to fight regulation the hard way.

12 May 2017
Supply & Demand

Winter of discontent in the Andes?

The reduction in Bolivian exports to Argentina in May could be a sign of mutual distrust growing between La Paz and Buenos Aires.

11 May 2017
Global Markets

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8 May 2017

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