The power plant that generates electricity in the central Gaza Strip, April 2017. Exports

Israel-Gaza gas pipeline inches closer

The partners behind a pipeline project to deliver Israeli and Palestinian gas to Gaza have started negotiations with potential financial backers.

By Verity Ratcliffe 19 February 2018
Exports

Jonathan declares state of emergency in parts of Nigeria

President Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in certain parts of Nigeria after a series of bombing attacks carried out by Islamist group Boko Haram on 25 December.

3 January 2012
Exports

Jonathan declares state of emergency in parts of Nigeria

President Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in certain parts of Nigeria after a series of bombing attacks carried out by Islamist group Boko Haram on 25 December.

3 January 2012
Imports

China's LNG imports in November up 52%

China's LNG imports in November surged by 51.79% from October to a record 1.29 million tons, according to statistics released by the General Administration of Customs on Wednesday.

22 December 2011
Imports

South Korea to up oil and gas investment in 2012

South Korea is planning to spend $11.8 billion on oil and gas projects next year, a 34% increase on this year’s projected total of $8.8 billion, the Ministry of Knowledge Economy announced on Wednesday during its 10th CEO forum on overseas resource projects.

21 December 2011
Imports

Sinopec unit to form second JV for overseas LNG shipments

Sinopec Kantons Holdings, a Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed subsidiary of Sinopec, has agreed to establish a joint venture (JV) with China Shipping Development to transport LNG from overseas suppliers, Sinopec Kantons announced on Monday.

20 December 2011
Forecasts

Mixed outlook for Latin America’s flaring culprits

While Mexico and Brazil appear to be making progress in reducing gas waste, flaring is likely to increase in Venezuela, where the gas industry is still dysfunctional

19 December 2011
Exports

Tamar and Leviathan

Israel has offered to export gas from its Tamar and Leviathan fields to India, The Economic Times reported on Monday, following Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz’ visit to Israel last week.

19 December 2011
Imports

CNPC advances third phase of Central Asia cross-border pipeline

Construction began on Thursday on the Uzbek section of the Central Asia-China Natural Gas Pipeline's (CACP) third trunk line, China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), a partner on the project, announced on Friday.

16 December 2011
Imports

Qinghai capital's gas consumption could reach 5.5 MMcm/d this winter

Gas consumption in the Qinghai provincial capital of Xining is forecast to peak at 5.5 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) this winter, according to a newsletter released on Friday by local gas distributor China Oil and Gas Xining (Xining Gas).

16 December 2011
Production & Consumption

Japan’s LNG demand is 'not sustainable'

Japan’s post-Fukushima energy policy is “not sustainable” because of the escalating cost for utilities, Daisuke Harada, a senior economist at state-owned Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) has told Interfax.

15 December 2011
Imports

Ukraine will withstand Russian gas price of $416/Mcm

Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has said he is certain his country will be able to pay for Russian gas at $416 per thousand cubic metres (Mcm) in 2012, and that this price is laid down in the 2

15 December 2011
Imports

CNPC begins second phase of Turkmen gas project

Construction has begun on the second phase of the Sino-Turkmen Amu Darya gas project in Turkmenistan, China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), a partner in the project, announced on Thursday.

15 December 2011
Imports

European market in transition to hub-based environment – E.On Ruhrgas chairman

Interfax met Klaus Schäfer at the World Petroleum Congress, chairman of the board of directors of E.On Ruhrgas, to discuss the challenges facing the Dusseldorf-based company and his views on the European gas market

13 December 2011
Imports

Japan’s electricity generation consumes 4.11 million tons of LNG in November

The 10 largest Japanese electricity companies consumed 4.11 million tons of LNG in November, according to figures released online by the Federation of Electrical Power Companies of Japan (FEPC) on Tuesday.

13 December 2011
Forecasts

Novatek - a global gas player by 2020

Although Novatek plans to double its share in the Russian gas market, the company also hopes to extend its reach and become a global gas player

12 December 2011
Imports

Brazil’s steady growth threatens Bolivian exports

Bolivia’s long-term gas exports to Brazil are under threat from the steady rise in domestic production in Latin America’s biggest economy.

12 December 2011
Forecasts

Liquids shield US producers from low gas prices – EIA

A grim outlook for United States natural gas prices has failed to deter robust production growth, as revenues from liquids drilling helps offset low returns on dry gas.

8 December 2011
Forecasts

World enters ‘zone of uncertainty’ – Shell

Regulatory and political concerns, as well as future supply and demand imbalances, have brought uncertainty to the energy market, Royal Dutch Shell’s Chief Executive Peter Voser told delegates at the World Petroleum Congress

6 December 2011
Exports

Details of China's gas pricing reforms trickle out

China's natural gas pricing structure may undergo changes that will see the price of gas pegged to a basket of other fuels and determined by the transmission distances, the state-controlled China Securities Journal reported on Monday citing unnamed sources.

6 December 2011
Exports

Naftogaz given option to pay Gazprom in rubles

Russia’s state-owned gas giant Gazprom and Ukraine’s national energy company Naftogaz Ukrainy have agreed that Ukraine can pay for Russian gas not only in dollars, as stipulated by the current con

6 December 2011

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