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Italian volumes fall as Spanish deliveries rebound

North African pipeline exports to Europe fell by 2.9% week on week in Week 24, driven by lower deliveries to Italy.

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Gazprom raises nearly $1 billion in export financing for Nord Stream compressor station

Gazprom raised around $950 million in funding to build the Portovaya compressor station, which will pump gas into the submarine section of the Nord Stream gas pipeline between Russia and Germany, Gazprom's financial and economics department said in a presentation.

30 June 2011
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IEA sees ‘significant’ rise in China gas demand

"Natural gas demand in China will rise faster than we had expected," Nobuo Tanaka, executive director, International Energy Agency told delegates today at the FT Global Energy Leaders Summit 2011, in London.

28 June 2011
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Ukraine demand a fairer gas transit price

A fair price for the transit of Russian gas through Ukraine's pipeline system should be at least double the current level, the Ukrainian Cabinet said today in a resolution, citing a Ukrainian academic study.

27 June 2011
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Thailand’s PTT to import more LNG

Thailand's state-owned PTT plans to import more LNG to offset the gas supply loss from a leaking pipeline, the energy conglomerate said in a statement to the Stock Exchange of Thailand today.

27 June 2011
A Chinese soldier stands guard under Russian and Chinese flags in Beijing's Tianamen Square. An agreement would allow Russia to diversify its natural gas sales, reducing reliance on European buyers, and China would have the security of Russia’s long-term supply. (PA) Supply & Demand

Russia and China continue gas talks

China is Russia’s second biggest trading partner, and oil, gas, coal and electricity play a crucial role in their bilateral commercial relations.

27 June 2011
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Dubai to buy more gas to meet power needs

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is being forced to buy more gas on the global market to meet domestic demand for electricity, and is doubling the size of a planned coal-fired power station, Reuters reported Thursday.

23 June 2011
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Gazprom offered remaining 50% stake in Beltransgaz in buy/sell deal

A Belarusian delegation has offered Gazprom a draft buy-sell agreement for a 50% state packet in its state-owned gas pipeline and transportation company, Beltransgaz for $2.5 billion.

23 June 2011
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Kuwait to keep up with demand with more LNG imports

Kuwait expects to import between 43 and 47 cargoes of LNG this year as it seeks to keep up with rampant domestic demand, a senior energy official said at the World National Oil Companies Congress in London, on Tuesday.

22 June 2011
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End is in sight for European gas oversupply

The current oversupply of gas in Europe could come to an end as early as next year because of a tightening global market, consultants Wood Mackenzie said today.

22 June 2011
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Italy to see Libyan supply shortage of 9.4 bcm/y

Undelivered gas from Libya to Italy via the Greenstream pipeline is likely amount to 9.4 billion cubic metres per year going forward, due to the ongoing fighting in the country, Deutsche Bank said in a report on Friday.

20 June 2011
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Gazprom export revenue could top $60 billion in 2011

Gazprom's export revenue from non-CIS countries could exceed $60 billion in 2011, compared with $43.87 billion in 2010, Gazprom’s deputy chief executive, Alexander Medvedev said today.

20 June 2011
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Gazprom January to May exports rise

Gazprom increased its exports by 24 billion cubic metres in the first five months of 2011, compared to the same period in 2010, the company’s chief executive Alexei Miller said on Thursday.

17 June 2011
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Gas captures increasing market share

Gas demand is set to increase by 500 billion cubic metres over the next five years — an average growth rate of 2.4% a year — as it captures an increasing share of the global energy supply mix, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said today.

16 June 2011
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Ukraine proposes gas exports to Poland

The Ukrainian cabinet is seeking parliament’s permission to allow gas exports, to allow Naftogaz Ukrainy to fulfil a supply agreement with Poland’s state-owned oil and gas company, PGNiG.

16 June 2011
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China, Europe to compete for Central Asian gas

China will emerge as a rival buyer to Europe of Central Asian gas in the coming years, due to rising domestic demand particularly from households.

13 June 2011
The KG D6 floater rig of Reliance Industries in the Krishna Godavari Basin, Bay of Bengal. (Reliance) Supply & Demand

Meeting India’s gas demand

Time is running out for India’s gas market. Domestic gas production is falling short of the power demands of its rapidly growing economy, while LNG imports are hobbled by insufficient infrastructure

10 June 2011
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Latest round of Gazprom, CNPC talks end in deadlock

The latest round of talks between Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), held in Beijing on 7-9 June, have ended in deadlock, with Gazprom Deputy CEO Alexander Medvedev extending an invitation to continue talks in Moscow on 14 June.

10 June 2011
British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at the official inauguration of BP Oman's Extended Well Test Facility in Muscat. The Omani government has come under pressure this year from BP, which wants to develop the Khazzan and Makarem fields at Block 61. (PA) Supply & Demand

Muscat grapples with looming gas shortage

A significant gas exporter, accounting for nearly 4% of the world’s traded LNG, Oman is facing stark shortages in supply that threaten to wreck long-term ambitions to diversify its economy and reduc

10 June 2011
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Bolivian gas exports rise by 35%

Bolivian gas exports to Brazil and Argentina rose by 35% year-on-year in the first four months of 2011, according to state-owned oil and gas company Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales Bolivianos.

9 June 2011
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BP stats show “exceptional” growth in global gas production and consumption

Gas production and consumption showed “exceptional” growth in 2010, as the global economy rebounded from the 2008 credit crisis and emerging economies such as China continued their strong demand for the fuel, BP’s chief economist Christof Rühl said today.

8 June 2011

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