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A gas-fired power plant in Myanmar.

Myanmar awards LNG-to-power projects amid tight deadline

The H1 2020 date set for VPower Group to bring the facilities online seems unrealistic, with the deadline having scared away more-established bidders.

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Key trends to watch during the 2019-2020 gas year

Global Gas Analytics lists the key factors it believes will shape gas and LNG fundamentals and prices in the year ahead.

Zhejiang aims to be LNG gateway for China

East China’s Zhejiang province has called for three LNG projects with a combined capacity of 14.0 mtpa to be up and running in Zhoushan by 2025

EU divided on future EIB lending to gas projects

Member states will try for a third time in November to reach consensus on the European Investment Bank's contentious new energy lending policy.

Bosnia aims to draw foreign capital to gas sector

Sarajevo is seeking to reduce its dependence on Russian gas transiting Ukraine by starting its own production and diversifying imports.

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South Pars Phase 12

Tehran must go it alone to develop discoveries

Iran will have to rely on domestic resources to develop its new fields as appetite from foreign investors has dwindled as a result of US sanctions.

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Markets & Forecasts

Bugey nuclear power plant, France.

France’s nuclear challenge

Problems affecting French nuclear reactors hit European gas and power prices last month. As France is a major regional electricity exporter, the future of its nuclear output will have an impact on Europe’s power balance.

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Policy & Regulation

EC VP for energy union Maros Sefcovic with Ukraine energy minister Oleksiy Orzhel

Europe’s gas importers brace for winter of uncertainty

Europe has plenty of gas in storage, but a cold spell coupled with disruptions to Russian supplies transiting Ukraine could lead to winter shortages, particularly in southeastern Europe.

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Market Drivers

The Meridian Spirit loading a cargo at Sabine Pass LNG

Price disparity a concern for US LNG

US LNG could become more expensive as upstream gas producers seek to boost their profit margins.

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Power & Renewables

Russia tightens grip on Europe’s coal market

Lower shipping rates and a relatively weak ruble allowed Russia to strengthen its position as Europe’s main coal supplier in Q2.

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