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Pipelines, Storage & Power

The Atwood Advantage drillship in Israel's Leviathan field

Israel’s FLNG is a long-term prospect

The fate of Israel’s proposed LNG supplies will depend on the country boosting pipeline exports.

Yesterday Middle East & Africa
A coal power plant in Germany.

Uniper determined to complete Germany’s last new coal plant

The company’s commitment to commission Datteln 4 by next summer shows Germany’s coal phase-out will take time despite encouraging levels of fuel-switching from coal to gas in recent months.

Yesterday Europe & Russia
Gas plant in Bolivia.

YPFB barred from buying Petrobras Gasbol stake

The Bolivian company will not be allowed to make the acquisition, denting its strategy of 'internationalisation' and narrowing the list of potential buyers.

2 days ago Americas
The TurkStream pipeline

Turkmen gas exports to EU face setbacks

The prospect of gas from Turkmenistan reaching Europe still looks remote despite attempts by the EU and Bulgaria to facilitate imports.

2 days ago Europe & Russia
An artist's impression of operations at the Tortue field between Senegal and Mauritania

Senegal unveils tentative midstream plans

The government is pushing ahead with studies on national gas-to-power infrastructure despite fresh doubts over the finances of state power firm Senelec.

2 days ago Middle East & Africa
An LNG terminal in India

India commits to liberalising pipeline network

The Indian government is looking to break state-owned Gail's hold over the country's pipeline network and increase third-party access.

2 days ago Asia Pacific
The Wolsong nuclear power plant in South Korea

Solar buildout bodes well for LNG in South Korea

The country's gas demand and LNG import needs continue to be uncertain, with volumes dependent on the expansion of renewable power capacity and, potentially, the price at which it can source gas.

3 days ago Asia Pacific

China’s average LNG price holds steady despite supply cut

A reduction in supplies at some of China’s LNG plants last week caused only a small increase in the country’s average ex-works price.

3 days ago Asia Pacific

GreenStream boost nearly offsets drop in African pipeline supplies

North African pipeline gas supplies to Europe fell slightly last week, with small drops on all routes except GreenStream.

4 days ago Middle East & Africa

European storage levels near 90% full

The high stocks reflect a warm winter and a relatively high influx of LNG – but the expiry of the Russia-Ukraine transit agreement this winter is also a concern.

5 days ago Europe & Russia
Lithuania's Independence FSRU

Balticconnector on track to commission by end-2019

The completion of the offshore section means the pipeline is close to commissioning, potentially allowing Finland to receive gas from the Baltic states from 2020.

8 August 2019 Europe & Russia
A PetroChina rig in the Tulia oilfield

China embraces reform to bolster energy security

China’s leadership is turning to sweeping reforms to spark a boom in domestic energy output as heightened tensions with the US force Beijing to consider its energy security.

8 August 2019 Asia Pacific
Facilities at Berwyndale South in Queensland.

Sweeping reform on cards for eastern Australia

Under sustained pressure from consumers, the federal government has initiated a host of initiatives designed to tackle gas supply shortages and rising prices and to spur upstream investment

8 August 2019 Asia Pacific

SHPGX smashes pipeline gas sales record in July

The Shanghai Petroleum & Gas Exchange sold 11.6 bcm of piped volumes last month, more than three times the total of the previous monthly record

7 August 2019 Asia Pacific

Volumes surge on GreenStream pipeline

Deliveries via the Libya-Italy connection were up by almost 40% last week, but the increase was offset by declines on the Maghreb-Europe pipeline.

6 August 2019 Middle East & Africa
Moldavian Prime Minister Maia Sandu.

Moldova turns to Ukraine to avert gas supply crisis

Moldovagaz and Ukrtransgaz are negotiating an interconnection agreement that would allow Ukraine to ship gas to Moldova should supplies from Russia be disrupted this winter.

5 August 2019 Europe & Russia
The Drax power station in the UK

Capacity payments may do little to prevent UK coal exit

RWE is shutting the last of its coal-fired power plants in the UK, with closures at other plants looking likely ahead of the country’s 2025 deadline for phasing out coal.

2 August 2019 Europe & Russia

Tianjin output falls but CNOOC facility remains top seller

The terminal sold much more trucked LNG than other facilities in China last week, despite its sales falling on a weekly basis.

1 August 2019 Asia Pacific
The port of Tema in Ghana

Benin turns to LNG to supply its power sector

Benin has signed a long-term LNG import deal with Total, guaranteeing its security of supply and further undermining the West African Gas Pipeline.

1 August 2019 Middle East & Africa
A storage tank at the Ningbo LNG terminal in Zhejiang

Zhejiang grid coverage to fall short of 2020 goal

The Chinese province will fall short of a grid coverage goal set in 2016 seemingly as a result of a lack of incremental gas supply from national companies.

1 August 2019 Asia Pacific

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