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Construction work on the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline

IGB pipeline delayed to March 2021

Issues with the procurement phase have delayed the start of construction until at least September, meaning the pipeline will not be ready until March 2021 at the earliest.

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TTF gas prices slide but Ukraine transit deal remains a risk

TTF gas prices have declined in recent weeks, but concerns are growing that Russia and Ukraine may not reach a transit agreement before the end of the year.

Tianjin terminal ranks first for Chinese trucked LNG sales

CNOOC’s Tianjin regasification facility sold an average of 274 truckloads of LNG per day last week

Qatar to set terms on LNG expansion project

Qatar’s selection of IOC partners for its liquefaction expansion project will likely fit with its strategy of cementing its position as a global LNG player.

Italian incentives boost biogas uptake

Italy has the potential to produce about 3 bcm/y of biomethane in 2030 and 35 bcm/y in 2050, meaning less natural gas will be needed to meet demand.

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South Korea’s LNG imports up 5% in April

South Korea imported 3.36 mt of LNG in April, bringing an end to a three-month streak of imports falling on an annual basis.

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Pipeline construction at Gate LNG terminal, Netherlands.

The Netherlands – rising import dependence

The Netherlands is expected to become an increasingly large net importer of gas. The country is transitioning away from gas, but this will take time and production is already falling.

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