Tagged With LNG
Trials and tribulations for Russian LNG
19 February 2024
Novatek may have completed Arctic LNG 2’s first train on time, but the harder part will be securing buyers and shipping cargoes as Washington seeks to halt Russia’s LNG expansion
Petronet LNG says price key despite Qatar ties
14 February 2024
Huge QatarEnergy deal lays down marker in India’s gas shift, but CEO stresses price still biggest driver as Petronet LNG looks at further buying opportunities
Oman LNG secures its post-2024 future
13 February 2024
With offtake deals, shareholder agreements and gas supply in place, could the country expand its LNG industry further?
Africa embraces floating LNG
8 February 2024
FLNG developments are reaching fresh milestones on the continent, but questions remain about the ability of the smaller players to advance some of these projects without additional partners
Regulatory change threatens next wave of US LNG
30 January 2024
A potential policy shift has thrown the fate of c.100mt/yr of new US liquefaction capacity into doubt
Muddled policies cloud Korean LNG outlook
29 January 2024
Planned terminal expansions do not fit with Seoul’s stated goals of trimming LNG dependence
Outlook 2024: US LNG – The next wave?
24 January 2024
The LNG build-out gaining momentum in the US since 2022 is unprecedented in its size, but as risks grow it will reach its peak in 2024
Outlook 2024: Market regime shifts driving LNG portfolio value
19 January 2024
Three main characteristics underpin a shift in global pricing dynamics creating a new regime
Mexico’s fledgling LNG export industry faces growth challenges
17 January 2024
While developers are making progress, infrastructure, regulatory and political uncertainties risk stunting opportunities
Outlook 2024: The importance of US LNG in transforming the global market
12 January 2024
US LNG has been a key driver in linking Asian, European and Latin American spot cargoes
Outlook 2024: Building LNG’s resilience through turbulent times
10 January 2024
Larger and more diversified portfolios are best placed to navigate through volatility
Outlook 2024: Asia’s appetite for LNG in an age of uncertainty
3 January 2024
Asia remains primed for long-term LNG growth, despite the commitment by countries to meet their net-zero emissions targets
Outlook 2024: LNG investment - Hydrocarbon challenges or green opportunity?
28 December 2023
Many LNG projects already incorporate emissions mitigation methods, hastening adoption for future projects
Gas and LNG: Five things to watch in 2024
20 December 2023
The global market remains structurally tight as the new year approaches
Letter from Asia: Net-zero needs CCS and LNG
12 December 2023
COP28 must recognise the essential role of gas and carbon capture in the energy transition, says the Asia Natural Gas and Energy Association
European gas prices still on alert
11 December 2023
The market is better prepared but still jittery, while the industry remains wary of the EU price cap
Outlook 2024: Is blue the new green?
6 December 2023
The role of gas in the energy transition
Europe’s gas security strategy may not be 2024 ready
30 November 2023
The region’s rapidly evolving infrastructure has a lot to be commended for, but some of the capacity may not be ready in time for the 2024 heating season
Letter from India: Prosperity and sustainability make uneasy bedfellows
30 November 2023
Burgeoning middle class and long-term growth from a low base at odds with energy transition efforts
LNG freight must navigate chokepoints and bottlenecks
28 November 2023
Rising LNG demand and supply risks are outpacing shipping logistics amid Panama and newbuild challenges
Mozambique LNG targets 2028 start-up – TotalEnergies
17 November 2023
The gas-rich country continues to attract interest, despite security challenges
Muted winter LNG outlook for NE Asia
10 November 2023
Seasonal temperatures will prove critical, but the LNG demand prospects for China, Japan and South Korea are currently soft
Qatar ramps up LNG marketing as NFE work begins
9 November 2023
Construction of the world’s largest-ever LNG export project is underway, but it has a long way to go to secure deals for 48mt/yr of new capacity
Chevron Australia averts renewed strikes
27 October 2023
But the gas markets remain jittery amid a range of other risk factors
Nigerian companies assume growing oil and gas sector role
24 October 2023
Law firm Olaniwun Ajayi grants Petroleum Economist detailed insight into Nigeria’s changing oil and gas landscape
Papua LNG targets 2024 FID
20 October 2023
The Pacific nation’s second liquefaction development will overlap significantly with the existing PNG LNG project
US LNG expansion bolsters Europe, but risks remain
18 October 2023
The US continues to play an increasingly pivotal role in the LNG market, but short- and medium-term risks and uncertainties persist
Tellurian eyes first LNG late 2027
9 October 2023
The integrated developer remains bullish despite previous delays
Canada’s west coast LNG projects gain momentum
20 September 2023
Geographical position, long-term demand and decarbonisation efforts continue to support the region’s burgeoning LNG sector
Hong Kong looks to LNG to cut emissions
19 September 2023
The special administrative region has introduced the fuel as part of its drive for carbon neutrality, but it will take years for imports to ramp up
Malaysia LNG faces growing gas supply challenges
18 September 2023
Pipeline problems, maturing fields, gas quality issues and territorial disputes threaten to erode Malaysia’s LNG exports
LNG market braces for Australian strikes
8 September 2023
Significant capacity is affected, but the market impact may prove limited
Karpowership charts unique course
7 September 2023
The floating power station specialist discusses its plans in South Africa and elsewhere
Southeast Asia embraces LNG
31 August 2023
Vietnam and the Philippines lay down a marker for the region’s growth prospects with new import terminals
Energy crisis resets expectations for Asia-Pacific LNG demand
30 August 2023
Reliability and affordability key in price-sensitive Asian market amid renewed global dependency on natural gas
Asia’s LNG approach evolves
30 August 2023
Asia learns energy security lessons after counting the costs from the destination flexibility of LNG
LNG industry’s faith unwavering on Asian demand
29 August 2023
The number of supply projects under construction around the world suggests developers and buyers believe in decades of future growth
Asia’s quest for low-emission LNG
29 August 2023
Appetite among the region’s buyers for LNG that can demonstrate low greenhouse gas emissions amid recognition of long-term fossil fuels role
Pavilion Energy: Fuelling ambitions for a sustainable energy future
25 August 2023
Singapore-based global energy merchant has taken a fundamental first step towards decarbonisation by encouraging its suppliers to document their greenhouse gas emissions
Gas prices continue to burden European industry
24 August 2023
Almost a year-and-a-half after Russia invaded Ukraine, elevated gas prices continue to impact the competitiveness of European industry, especially relative to the US
Kosmos unfazed by Greater Tortue Ahmeyim delay
17 August 2023
Postponement of large LNG project does not seem to have derailed Kosmos’ expansion or capex plans
Canberra stokes Tokyo’s LNG concerns
2 August 2023
Talks between the trading partners reveal growing tension over the potential impact on LNG flows of domestic Australian policies
Dwindling feedgas threatens Brunei LNG
1 August 2023
The decades-long project needs new sources of gas, but territorial disputes with Malaysia are complicating matters
Rio Grande lights the way for US LNG
28 July 2023
Texas export facility’s remarkable turnaround will give fresh hope to other gas projects looking to secure FID
Delta sees LNG-to-power back on track in Vietnam
27 July 2023
The company remains bullish despite last year’s LNG sector upheaval
Europe redraws lines on gas infrastructure map
17 July 2023
The continent’s gas revamp looks to both LNG and nearby pipelines
Outages could drive renewed European gas price volatility
10 July 2023
Europe is better prepared than last winter, but risks remain
Will US LNG stampede lead to costly overbuild?
7 July 2023
The US’ emergence as the world’s largest LNG producer is good news for gas-hungry Europe, but the project pipeline raises questions about how much capacity will be needed
Is LNG getting easier again for trading houses?
6 July 2023
Market volatility put a significant strain on the commodity traders in 2022, but there are some signs of green shoots
Europe’s LNG buildout signals brave new world
3 July 2023
The EU’s new gas strategy may have wriggled free of complacency and insularity, but demand destruction and chokepoints are just some of the key risk factors
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