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The Swinoujscie LNG terminal.

Poland-Ukraine capacity increase dampens new pipeline prospects

The chances of a new gas connection being built between Poland and Ukraine may fade as the transmission capacity on the existing interconnector will be bolstered from 2021.

Yesterday Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power
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.

2 days ago Asia Pacific / Pipelines, Storage & Power
An LNG carrier berthed at Ningbo terminal

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

2 days ago Asia Pacific / LNG
Sarajevo

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.

2 days ago Europe & Russia / Exploration & Production
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.

2 days ago Middle East & Africa / Exploration & Production
Darwin LNG

Darwin set to expand as Santos buys out Conoco

Following a period of belt-tightening, Australia’s second-largest gas group is expanding its asset base as it looks to raise its profile in the international LNG market.

2 days ago Asia Pacific / Exploration & Production
A gas-fired power barge in the Dominican Republic

New pipeline may boost LNG in Dominican Republic

The country's Eastern Gas Pipeline will allow power plants to switch from fuel oil to gas once it comes online, facilitating a sizeable boost in LNG imports.

2 days ago Americas / LNG
Russian President Vladimir Putin with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Lukoil’s Ghasha stake boosts UAE’s sour gas plans

The arrival of the Russian company completes the tendering process for the concession and is positive for the UAE’s plans to commercialise its technically challenging offshore reserves.

3 days ago Middle East & Africa / Exploration & Production
An LNG terminal in India

Total bets on Indian gas demand with Adani stake

The French major’s acquisition will give it access to two LNG terminals in India, one of which could also supply Bangladesh.

5 days ago Asia Pacific / LNG
A drilling module.

CNOOC strives to reverse decline in western South China Sea

The company is starting to turn around years of declining gas output from the area with a slate of projects that demonstrate its growing deepwater prowess.

5 days ago Asia Pacific / Exploration & Production
The Pakistan GasPort LNG terminal in Pakistan

Pakistan LNG expansion could see results by 2022

Private developers have received provisional approvals to build five terminals in Pakistan, with the first new facilities expected online in three years to help deal with a widening supply crunch.

10 October 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG
The Patnow coal-fired power plant in Poland

EU energy transition struggles in Central Europe

Several Central and Eastern European countries are blocking an agreement on increased caron reduction targets because of lack of a clarity on EU funding.

10 October 2019 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation
Construction of the TurkStream pipeline

Ukraine eyes Caspian gas amid transit talks

Ukraine wants to import gas from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan through Gazprom-owned infrastructure, and may use the ongoing transit negotiations as an opportunity to pressure Gazprom into accepting this.

10 October 2019 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power
A Qatargas LNG vessel

MEA’s thirst for cheap US LNG sees growth

Countries in the MENA have ramped up LNG imports from the United States, which offers a cheaper and less politically sensitive alternative to buying piped gas from regional rivals.

10 October 2019 Middle East & Africa / LNG
South African Energy Minister Samson Gwede Mantashe.

South Africa could import LNG via Mozambique

Policy stasis means Mozambique could become the LNG import hub for South Africa, instead of Richards Bay or Coega.

10 October 2019 Middle East & Africa / LNG
A gas plant in Papua New Guinea

PNG LNG risks delay as government pushes better terms

The new government of Papua New Guinea is trying to negotiate better terms for the P’nyang development, which could cause delays to the PNG LNG expansion project.

10 October 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG
Rovuma LNG's initial investment decision ceremony in Maputo

Rovuma LNG signs investment decision amid security concerns

Exxon celebrated an ‘initial’ investment decision on the project on Tuesday, but FID has been pushed back to Q1 2020 amid the uncertain security situation.

8 October 2019 Middle East & Africa / LNG
A cargo of Australian LNG bound for Japan

Third Japanese firm joins Transborders FLNG in push for shipping fuel

The firm interest from Mitsui OSK indicates sustained demand for gas from Japan’s shipping and power sectors.

7 October 2019 Asia Pacific / Supply & Demand
The Map Ta Phut LNG terminal in Thailand. (Qatargas)

Thailand to build third LNG terminal amid declining production

The additional facility will be constructed to meet an expected surge in demand for imported LNG over the next decade.

4 October 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG
The Cameron LNG project

Three Gorges MOU could see Sempra LNG head upriver in China

Sempra’s preliminary agreement to supply LNG to China Three Gorges could eventually see US-produced gas transported along the middle stretches of the Yangtze River within China.

4 October 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG

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