Tagged With Gas
Invictus sees gas opportunities in Zimbabwe
25 May 2022
Managing director Scott MacMillan tells Petroleum Economist about how the once-pariah African state is changing for the better
Baltic states step up LNG import push
23 May 2022
Finnish and Latvian projects progress as the region aims to accelerate move away from Russian gas
Wintershall sheds oil in NCS divestment
23 May 2022
Deal with Norwegian independent focuses on putting appropriate assets in appropriate hands
Indian gas use poised for growth
11 May 2022
Gas will be essential to balance the grid as India looks to expand its renewable power capacity and meet its climate goals, says GE Gas Power South Asia CEO Deepesh Nanda
Egypt’s gas enthusiasm fires Energean
3 May 2022
The North African country’s appetite for molecules bodes well for future attractiveness
PNZ gas project sparks Tehran’s ire
3 May 2022
Kuwait and Saudi Arabia’s domestic scarcity has driven the formal revival of longstanding plans to tap the shared Dorra field
Letter from London: Italian dealmaking contrasts with passive UK
3 May 2022
Italy and the UK are taking different approaches to energy security following the invasion of Ukraine
Midstream bottlenecks threaten Argentinian growth
26 April 2022
Domestic gas in the Vaca Muerta is poised for growth, but much depends on scaling the country’s midstream
Capricorn builds an Egyptian platform for growth
26 April 2022
The Edinburgh-headquartered producer sees its basin-entry acquisition as just the start of a journey that could even take it beyond oil and gas
SDX getting things done in Egypt
25 April 2022
The AIM-listed producer sees advantages in the Egyptian oil and gas ecosystem’s ability to get on with the job
Abu Dhabi’s gas strategy hits its stride
14 April 2022
Rising oil and gas prices and Europe’s pivot away from Russian imports add impetus to state-owned Adnoc’s gas development drive
UK plans autumn licensing round
8 April 2022
The country also aims to speed project development as it outlines new energy security strategy
Germany's Gazprom move offers only temporary respite
5 April 2022
Berlin acts to prevent Gazprom Germania ownership from transferring to shadowy Russian firms
Europe’s Russian gas reduction ambitions pose market threat
28 March 2022
The desire to stop the flow of gas sales revenue to the murderous Putin regime is laudable. But it is not without significant challenges or risks
Gunvor warns of ‘broken’ gas market
22 March 2022
The European TTF benchmark is creaking under the strain of exceptional circumstances
Siberian Spring: Russia-China energy relations poised for growth
21 March 2022
The fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is likely to spur closer energy cooperation between Moscow and Beijing, although significant hurdles remain
Letter from Amsterdam: Dutch rediscover North Sea gas benefits
21 March 2022
An increasingly import-dependent Netherlands is mulling fresh incentives for offshore gas exploration as the industry prepares to make energy transition pledges
Pttep and Chevron increase Myanmar field stakes
16 March 2022
The gap left by TotalEnergies’ withdrawal from the Yadana gas project is being filled by its former partners
IOG achieves first gas
14 March 2022
UK independent flows SNS molecules to Bacton
Russia faces Sakhalin 3 technology headache
11 March 2022
Sanctions could stymie the development of supply underpinning the country’s new Chinese commitment
Europe still hooked on Russian gas
10 March 2022
LNG alone will not be enough to guarantee Europe’s energy security, and the continent may face demand destruction, analysts agree
Russian aggression boosts China’s bargaining power
10 March 2022
With the Putin administration hard-pressed by Western sanctions, Beijing may look to take advantage
IEA underestimating Russian contractual expiry – Energy Aspects
9 March 2022
Consultancy warns volumes that will go unrenewed this year are greater than Ten Point Plan assumes
Uniper to honour Russian gas contracts
8 March 2022
German utility writes off Nord Stream 2 investment but cites supply security for maintaining contractual supply
IOG completes UK gas reception facilities
7 March 2022
Producer set to bring on new UKCS volumes amid yet another record-breaking price spike
War in Europe reinforces logic for tapping North Sea gas
1 March 2022
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has underscored the urgency for the Netherlands, and Europe more widely, to exploit its domestic gas resources, Nogepa chief tells Petroleum Economist
Letter from China: Beijing strengthens gas ties with Moscow
24 February 2022
China is considering importing more pipeline gas from Siberia, but competition from LNG may cap the scale of these volumes
LNG’s prospects and future in the spotlight
24 February 2022
High spot gas prices and European concerns over security of supply might spark renewed interest in long-term LNG contracts, International Energy Week participants suggest
Gas market lifts US LNG FID prospects
17 February 2022
The US became the world’s largest exporter of LNG last December, and recent global gas market trends bode well for the surging sector
European gas market faces another uncertain year
28 January 2022
The lack of Russian gas and LNG capacity constraints threaten Europe with a shortfall of supply
Letter from Europe: Weaponised interdependence?
27 January 2022
Mounting fear of an invasion of Ukraine has put Europe’s uneasy relationship with its biggest gas supplier back into the spotlight
TotalEnergies quits Myanmar
25 January 2022
The French major is transferring its stake in the Yadana gas field to its partners
Letter from the Middle East: Iran’s gas sector under pressure
25 January 2022
Tehran’s gas industry faces two old and two new problems
Letter from South America: Bolivia's shrinking gas role
21 January 2022
Declining production and cheaper LNG threaten the country’s role as gas supplier to its neighbours
US LNG eases European storage crisis
20 January 2022
The US is set to play an even larger role in the global gas market this year, with the country gearing up to overtake Australia as the world’s largest LNG exporter
IOC stalwarts deliver Omani gas boost
18 January 2022
Shell and TotalEnergies have agreed to execute a major integrated development and bought into the government’s gas-led strategy
Japanese firms seek domestic offshore gas
18 January 2022
Inpex, backed by Jogmec, is set to start drilling off the coast of Japan in March
UK onshore firm receives six approaches
17 January 2022
With plans to restart production from an idled gas field, Angus Energy has found no shortage of interest
Gas future hangs on emissions data transparency
11 January 2022
Monitoring, certification and data science can sustain the fuel’s licence to operate
Chinese gas forecasts leave LNG uncertainty
10 January 2022
There is both plenty of opportunity and plenty of risk for the LNG sector as it looks to meet China’s expanding need for gas
Chariot strikes Moroccan gas
10 January 2022
UK-listed producer exceeds pre-drill expectations in gas-starved North African country
Letter from India: Will gas be crucial to India’s energy transition?
4 January 2022
New Delhi has announced a greater role for gas in India’s energy mix but must focus on E&P to meet rising demand
LNG Canada hits pipeline problem
21 December 2021
Canadian export project buffeted by hitches in its Coastal GasLink feedstock provision
Referendum to shape Taiwan’s LNG future
17 December 2021
Taiwanese voters will decide whether to relocate the $2bn Taoyuan project
Ireland tarries on joined-up gas thinking
17 December 2021
The island nation has endorsed gas for power supply security. But it will not be rushed on its parlous procurement options for the primary fuel
Angola: short-cycle oil gains but gas travails?
10 December 2021
The country’s government may have different upstream development priorities to IOCs, with particular impact on the gas sector
Wentworth champions gas-to-power in east Africa
8 December 2021
Gas has a bright future in Tanzania and across Africa, where it will be vital to the energy transition, says CEO Katherine Roe
Indian government seeks energy investors
1 December 2021
Delhi is looking to the Mideast for energy investment, oil ministry secretary Tarun Kapoor tells Petroleum Economist
Pre-salt fuelling Petrobras’ upstream ambitions
30 November 2021
The offshore region is poised to significantly ramp up production as more midstream gas infrastructure reaches startup and divestments keep coming
Outlook 2022: Russia plays catch-up
30 November 2021
The Eurasian giant has announced an aggressive decarbonisation plan while striving to relieve Europe’s power crunch
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