Hungary's Paks nuclear power plant

Hungary eyeing Ukraine transit and Turkish Stream

Energy Minister Péter Kaderják confirms Hungary is working on an interconnector with Serbia but is aiming to receive gas both from Turkish Stream and via Ukraine.

5 December 2018 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power
The Sudzha gas metering station on the Russian-Ukrainian border

Ukraine must be open on transit fees – EastWest fellow

Negotiations on the transit of Russian gas through Ukraine have stalled, but greater transparency may unlock the situation, says Danila Bochkarev.

13 November 2018 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation
Norwegian Energy Minister Kjell-Boerge Freiberg. (Thomas Brun/NTB-Scanpix)

Norway commits to stable taxes and new licence rounds

Norway will remain a major gas supplier to Europe, Norwegian Energy Minister Kjell-Boerge Freiberg tells Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

28 September 2018 Europe & Russia / Exploration & Production
Loading a cargo at Sabine Pass LNG

Long-term LNG deals will continue to decline – Dediu

The head of McKinsey’s Global Gas and LNG Group discusses Chinese tariffs, the decline of long-term contracts and opportunities for FSRUs.

26 September 2018 World / LNG
A freight train departing China for Europe.

BRI could cut Russia’s share of Euro market – Umbach

China needs a stable and prosperous Middle East for the success of its Belt and Road Initiative, and for this reason it will support oil and gas export projects disliked by Moscow, Frank Umbach tells Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

25 September 2018 Asia Pacific / Policy & Regulation
Port Kembla in New South Wales.

AIE regas project targeting New South Wales industrials

Australian Industrial Energy is targeting first gas from its FSRU in 2020 and is looking to make a splash in the market, says Squadron Energy CEO Stuart Johnston.

5 September 2018 Asia Pacific / LNG
The FPSO vessel for the Ichthys LNG project

New financial tools needed for LNG projects – EY

A physical trading point for spot LNG will spur the use of futures contracts and open up opportunities for new liquefaction projects, says Paul R. Bogenrieder.

4 September 2018 World / LNG
Neil Morris, CEO of the Faraday Institution.

Gas has role in powering EV batteries – Faraday CEO

Neil Morris, the new head of the UK research body, says gas-fired power still has a significant role to play as the world decarbonises.

9 August 2018 Europe & Russia / Alternative Fuels
A power plant in Tunisia

IOCs should hire according to need – ETAP official

The Tunisian NOC’s head of strategy talks to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about local content and progress on the Nawara gas pipeline.

7 August 2018 Middle East & Africa / Companies & Finance
President-elect Andrés Manual López Obrador in a meeting with current President Enrique Peña Nieto .

Mexican oil and gas contracts safe under new president

The threat to Mexico’s private sector from President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador could be overstated, a former senior official tells Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

4 July 2018 Americas / Exploration & Production
Aerial picture of Gaza.

Israel-Gaza gas talks to start soon – Palestinian minister

The chairman of the Palestinian Energy and Natural Resources Authority updates Interfax Natural Gas Daily on the progress of the proposed Gas for Gaza pipeline.

17 April 2018 Middle East & Africa / Pipelines, Storage & Power
An LNG carrier at Ras Laffan in Qatar.

Qatar crisis raises dispute resolution questions

Arbitration expert Gordon Nardell talks to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the effect Qatar’s diplomatic crisis could have on dispute resolution.

20 March 2018 Middle East & Africa / Companies & Finance
A Saudi Aramco gas processing facility.

The rise of NOC-NOC partnerships

Middle Eastern NOCs are joining with their Asian counterparts as they look for new ways to secure demand. But such partnerships face challenges, says EY’s Paul Navratil.

6 March 2018 Middle East & Africa / Companies & Finance
Amos Hochstein was formerly the US special envoy for international energy affairs.

US-China LNG trade set for growth as demand booms

Houston-based Tellurian thinks the fastest-growing LNG market and the fastest-growing LNG supplier have ‘good compatibility’.

19 February 2018 Asia Pacific / LNG
A gas-fired power barge in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Dominican Republic looks toward gas-fired future

Rubén Jiménez Bichara, an official at the Dominican Republic’s power market coordinator, discusses the future of the country’s gas market.

15 February 2018 Americas / LNG
An HGV being filled with LNG

RWE explores ways to boost LNG-for-transport demand

The German company is entering the LNG-for-transport sector with a small-scale facility on the River Rhine.

12 February 2018 Europe & Russia / Gas for Transport
A Gasum gas filling station in Finland.

Gasum eyes role in Scandinavian LNG for transport

With the number of LNG-fuelled heavy trucks in the Scandinavian Peninsula increasing, Gasum is planning to invest in the sector.

4 January 2018 Europe & Russia / LNG
A Nexen North Sea platform

Simulator to cut North Sea decommissioning costs

Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University has launched the world’s first decommissioning simulator. Professor Paul de Leeuw explains how it will help companies.

2 January 2018 Europe & Russia / Exploration & Production
The CMA CGM Kerguelen in Le Havre.

Green Corridor set for major LNG role – Purio

Walter Purio, chief executive of the LNG Marine Fuel Institute, discusses LNG’s future as a marine fuel.

14 December 2017 Asia Pacific / LNG
Canaport LNG terminal

Africa and Canada to play major roles in LNG – IGU

Mozambique, Tanzania and Canada could be major LNG players in the future, says the IGU’s David Carroll, while China and India will drive gas demand.

5 December 2017 World / Global Markets

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