President Joko Widodo looks likely to win next month's election, but resource nationalism will remain strong in Indonesia whoever wins the contest, threatening to drive away much-needed investment.Just now
One of the hottest countries in the world looks poised to make a huge LNG investment in one of the world’s coldest regions.
The 10-year energy plans submitted to the European Commission illustrate that many EU nations expect gas to play a key role in their energy mixes but that import dependence will grow.
The revised directive looks likely to be adopted before the European elections in May, having been backed by a majority of MEPs in a committee vote on Monday.
Official figures and Interfax calculations suggest China’s gas supplies fell in February, supporting expectations that the country’s consumption growth will slow this year.
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Gas prices will remain volatile in the PR even during the injection season, with the Northwest Sumas hub having already seen a high of $200/MMBtu in early March.
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