Location of the Groningen gas field, the Netherlands. There is little silver lining for the field’s output. (Skitterphoto) Supply & Demand

Groningen, Rough problems will boost gas prices

Continued production cuts at the Groningen gas field are reducing Dutch exports to marginal levels, increasing price volatility as well as Europe’s reliance on imported LNG and Russian gas.

By Silvia Favasuli 21 April 2017
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Ohio and Pennsylvania hit record gas output despite US decline

Ohio and Pennsylvania produced record volumes of gas in 2016, the Energy Information Administration reported on Tuesday.

26 April 2017
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Spanish gas demand grows by 8.4% in Q1

Gas consumption by homes, businesses and SMEs rose by 600 GWh, mainly because of colder weather.

26 April 2017
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Chongqing Q1 gas demand up 11%

Chongqing consumed 2.4 billion cubic metres of gas in the first quarter of 2017, up by 10.6% year on year.

25 April 2017
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Spanish gas demand up in Q1

Spanish gas demand increased by 8.4% in Q1 2017 compared with the same period in 2016.

25 April 2017
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One-third of Canada’s gas used to produce oil sand crude

Nearly one-third of the gas burned in Canada in 2016 was used to produce crude from the country’s oil sands.

21 April 2017
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Southern Chinese gas demand hits 22.1 bcm in 2016

The southern Chinese provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou and Hainan consumed a total of 22.1 billion cubic metres of gas in 2016.

21 April 2017
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Sinopec flows 191.5 Mcm from Fuling shale well

Sinopec has flowed 191,500 cubic metres from the Jiaoye 90-2HF well in the Fuling shale gas field.

19 April 2017
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India’s oil buyers to cut Iranian imports over Farzad B dispute

India’s oil buyers have said they will cut their imports from Iran in a bid to exert pressure on Tehran over a dispute concerning the development of the Farzad B gas field.

19 April 2017
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AGDC applies to export gas from Alaska’s North Slope

The Alaska State Gasline Development Corp. filed an application with FERC last week to build a pipeline and other facilities to export gas from Alaska’s North Slope.

18 April 2017
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Australia exports 13 mt of LNG in Q4 2016

Australia's LNG exports more than doubled in Q4 2016 compared with Q4 2014, and growth will continue as more liquefaction plants come online.

13 April 2017
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Wentworth updates Tanzania and Mozambique operations

Wentworth’s Q1 2017 gas production figures for Tanzania were within company estimates of 1.1-1.4 million cubic metres per day.

10 April 2017
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European gas demand up 7% in 2016

Gas consumption in the EU28 increased by 7% in 2016 compared with the previous year, industry association Eurogas said on Monday.

10 April 2017
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Bolivia-Brazil gas exports drop by 20% year on year in March

Bolivia’s gas exports to Brazil fell by 20% year on year in March 2017, to an average of 24 million cubic metres per day.

7 April 2017
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Egypt output growth pressuring Israel-Jordan deal

Egypt’s insistence that it will have excess gas for export by 2018 is putting pressure on Jordan to stop plans to import gas from Israel’s Leviathan field.

7 April 2017
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Russian economic ministry lifts gas export forecast

The Russian Ministry of Economic Development has raised its gas export forecast for 2017 to 197.3 billion cubic metres from 195.0 bcm.

7 April 2017
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US energy consumption increases slightly in 2016 – EIA

Energy consumption in the United States increased marginally in 2016, to 97.4 quadrillion Btus, the EIA has said.

6 April 2017
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Chinese pipeline imports from Central Asia drop in Q1 2017

China’s combined piped gas imports from Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan declined by 7.16% year on year in Q1 2017.

6 April 2017
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Gazprom signs five-year gas supply contract with Uzbekistan

Gazprom has signed a five-year contract to purchase gas from Uzbekistan.

6 April 2017
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AAG Energy’s CBM output hits 541 MMcm in 2016

Chinese independent AAG Energy Holdings produced 541 million cubic metres of CBM in 2016, up by 7% from 2015.

5 April 2017
The GreenStream receiving terminal in Sicily.  Snam and Eni, are pushing the development of Italy as a gas hub. (Eni) Supply & Demand

Italy’s new role as a Mediterranean transit hub

Making Italy into a gas hub could increase liquidity in Europe, eventually leading to lower prices and more flexibility, analysts say.

5 April 2017

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