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Yucatan peninsula on course to receive US gas

The Mexican region is set to be connected to the national gas network this year, allowing piped supply from the US to feed its gas-starved power plants.

13 February 2020 Pipelines, Storage & Power / Americas

Ukraine set to boost E&P as existing fields decline

The depletion of some of Ukraine’s largest gas fields will prompt it to boost its E&P activities, with private domestic operators gaining prominence.

Dubai gas find heralds shake-up in UAE gas plans

The 2.3 tcm shallow-water find in Jebal Ali could yield economic and political benefits for the UAE as it attempts to wean itself off gas imports.

Chevron seeks deepwater exit in Indonesia

Chevron is looking for potential buyers for its giant Indonesia Deepwater Development, but it could struggle to do so as other IOCs are also exiting the region.

PNG’s target to double LNG exports in doubt

Plans to double Papua New Guinea’s LNG exports by 2024 look likely to take longer than expected because of an impasse between the government and PNG LNG developer ExxonMobil.

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Spain’s LNG imports up by 44% in 2019

Traditional exporters of the fuel to Spain, such as Qatar and Nigeria, have seen tough competition from the US and Russia.

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Coal reigns supreme in Turkish power mix

Coal will increase its dominance in Turkey’s power generation portfolio as gas retreats because of persistent weakness in the country’s economic growth.

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