Tagged With Gas
Letter from Europe: Retail gas market intervention safer than wholesale
6 December 2022
The EU’s proposals to cap wholesale gas prices could result in unintended consequences
Colombia at a crossroads
30 November 2022
The new government is seen as unfriendly to oil and gas but will have to be pragmatic in the face of energy challenges
Mexico aims for Atlantic Basin FLNG success
30 November 2022
Rapid development of significant GoM gas deposit may yet be outpaced by a quicker pipeline solution
Permian set for growth slowdown
30 November 2022
A range of obstacles will hobble further output increases in the Lower 48’s most productive basin heading into 2023
Turkey’s gas hub pipe dream
28 November 2022
Erdogan and Putin’s rhetoric may be more about targeting domestic audiences than any realistic prospect of development
MVP throws down the gauntlet to opponents
25 November 2022
Developers are pushing to complete the Appalachian pipeline project despite years of delays
China’s gas storage reliance grows
23 November 2022
Despite technical challenges and slow development times, storage capacity is expanding
Chinese policy stays in lane
21 November 2022
Party set-piece points to pursuit of balance between economic expansion and competing priorities such as risk management and zero-Covid
This time for Iraqi gas?
21 November 2022
The new Baghdad government hopes to succeed where predecessors have failed in developing supply
Bearish demand forecasts dominate China’s winter gas outlook
14 November 2022
Economic headwinds and little sign of colder weather suggest continuing weakness
EQT remains bullish on Appalachian gas
14 November 2022
The US producer is calling for a rapid buildout of pipeline and export infrastructure
Europe tops storage targets
31 October 2022
Europe has already exceeded its gas storage targets for this winter, but risks remain
EU takes aim at the TTF
28 October 2022
The bloc’s energy crisis plans include proposals that threaten to distort the global gas market and may have unintended consequences
Letter from South Africa: States and industry eye opportunities
27 October 2022
Governments and private firms came together at Africa Oil Week to discuss how to ensure the continent’s hydrocarbons resources do not stay in the ground
Letter from China: Geopolitics injects uncertainty into US LNG take
26 October 2022
China has drastically cut its imports of US LNG this year, but Chinese buyers are still signing up for more volumes
Western Canada’s summertime gas glut
17 October 2022
Pipeline maintenance is restricting routes to market, leading some producers to shut in production as prices fall
Accelerated gas focus for new UK licensing round
7 October 2022
Regulator designates four priority clusters in Southern North Sea for fast track
Will Russian gas ever return?
7 October 2022
Views on the longer-term future of the pariah state’s gas resources are divergent
Europe’s gas supply woes to persist
6 October 2022
Next year may prove even tougher than 2022
Bulgaria caught between east and west
3 October 2022
Russian interference and domestic political instability threaten the country’s dream of becoming a regional energy hub
Japan and South Korea prepare for crucial winter
27 September 2022
Nuclear availability and the extent of low temperatures will decide how much LNG they will need for the months ahead
Adnoc aims to benefit from European IOCs’ new impetus
26 September 2022
Appetite to replace Russian energy imports is providing a major fillip to the Emirati firm’s upstream development plans
EU Commission looks to clobber generators and producers
15 September 2022
Executive body puts forward a range of measures but backs away from a gas price cap for now
Morocco seeks to pipe gas to Europe
8 September 2022
The disused Maghreb-Europe pipeline means the infrastructure is in place, but the production capacity is not
Equinor warns on gas price cap complications
7 September 2022
The Norwegian producer stresses that imposing a maximum price will not solve underlying issues
UK PM contender Truss backs North Sea and fracking
1 September 2022
The favourite to be the country’s next leader backs domestic supply solutions
UK gas producers need to read the room
30 August 2022
The reality of price rises facing consumers means the dialogue has shifted
China holds the key for European winter LNG
25 August 2022
Demand in the East Asian powerhouse is the major variable for pace of deliveries into the Russian gas-starved continent
Storage disincentives and regional dislocations roil European gas trading
23 August 2022
The loss of Russian volumes has made for unusual market conditions
Norway’s DNO buys into Cote d’Ivoire
23 August 2022
DNO is diversifying beyond its usual regions of operation and plans further expansion
Eni and TotalEnergies strike more gas in Cyprus
23 August 2022
The European producers celebrate further success in Block 6 but the East Med export conundrum remains unsolved
Letter from London: Leadership lacking as energy crisis looms
22 August 2022
The UK is facing a winter of energy price discontent, but the governing Conservative party is focused on its own internal struggle
Power demand threat to Europe’s winter gas security
22 August 2022
Greater-than-expected requirements to burn the fuel to keep the lights on could harm supply conservation efforts
Record prices reflect Europe’s winter gas fears
18 August 2022
It is difficult to predict just how the continent’s supply and demand will balance
Dash for gas in the Haynesville
15 August 2022
Bullish output projections and snowballing consolidation illustrate scramble to gain a foothold in the basin
Adnoc forgoes seasonal break
3 August 2022
The Emirati heavyweight is racing to bring on new gas production to exploit rampant global thirst for the resource
China’s energy demand faces headwinds
28 July 2022
Economic difficulties mean the outlook for H2 remains highly uncertain despite planned stimulus measures
Equinor vows to keep stepping on the gas
28 July 2022
Dominant Norwegian producer aims to maintain strong deliveries in the third quarter
Paper progress only in Iraq
27 July 2022
Oil Ministry claims around key IOC investments ignore its lame duck status
Bolivia signs Brazilian gas supply deal
26 July 2022
Distributor CDGN has an agreement for gas, but flexible contracts and limited output mean Bolivian volumes are likely to continue to flow to the highest bidder
Serica unmoved by sweetened Kistos offer
26 July 2022
Improved terms fail to sway UK producer
Norway does its gas best as Germany prepares for gas worst
6 July 2022
One of the EU’s key suppliers is doing all it can to maximise deliveries. Its largest demand centre still expects the situation to deteriorate
Kwarteng considers accelerating UK gas quality relaxation
30 June 2022
Minister may override for now a consultation process being run by the country’s health and safety authorities
Iran casts shadow over Kurdish gas aspirations
30 June 2022
The Kurdistan region is facing political and military challenges as efforts to appoint a government in Baghdad descend further into chaos
Iran unlikely to prove a gas saviour
28 June 2022
Any hopes that the Mideast Gulf state could increase production and exports to help ease the global shortfall are misplaced
Africa's upstream to feel transition squeeze
21 June 2022
The continent’s oil production will decline in the 2020s while gas production will increase before starting to slip, according to the IEA
Gas may be safe in Algeria-Spain spat
21 June 2022
The North African nation is unlikely to suspend exports in diplomatic dispute
IOG aims for Southwark gas in Q4
21 June 2022
The UKCS independent is making progress at the third of its Saturn Banks phase-one fields
Australia’s gas industry under fire
16 June 2022
The energy crisis on the country’s east coast is fuelling calls for resource nationalism
Supply blows rock European gas market
16 June 2022
Russian reductions compound US LNG outage as continent seeks relief in the short and longer term
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