Tagged With Gas
Aramco pursues multi-faceted gas growth strategy
31 January 2024
The NOC is looking to increase its gas output to more than 165bcm/yr by 2030 to support its hydrogen and ammonia aspirations, and to finally become a player in LNG
Power pricing threatens Vietnam’s gas plans
29 January 2024
The country’s drive to adopt LNG and gas could be imperilled as the state electricity company haemorrhages money
Outlook 2024: Europe’s pivot from Russian gas
23 January 2024
Energy crisis leads to supply diversification
Outlook 2024: Replacing coal with gas is more important than ever for Asia
22 January 2024
More gas is needed across Asia—at affordable prices—to encourage the move away from coal
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
Outlook 2024: The evolution of gas infrastructure
16 January 2024
In the ever-changing landscape of global energy, the European gas infrastructure is undergoing a remarkable transformation, poised to play a pivotal role in shaping Europe’s energy future
Nigeria’s biggest gas pipeline advances
15 January 2024
The AKK project promises to increase gas utilisation and reduce energy poverty
Viaro Energy sees gas as long-term UK transition fuel
11 January 2024
CEO sees gas as growth area for the North Sea if governments embrace energy security
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
China’s gas goals face unconventional hurdles
4 December 2023
Beijing’s strong emphasis on domestic production growth will require heavier investment from the country’s NOCs, as remaining reserves become harder to exploit
India’s growing gas appetite
4 December 2023
Demand increasing at a clip as government plots infrastructure buildout
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
Tamboran pursues Northern Territory gas ambitions
3 November 2023
The Beetaloo Basin is a gas-rich shale play
China stalls on Power of Siberia 2
25 October 2023
Beijing appears willing to use Moscow’s isolation to its advantage
China gas policy focuses on energy security
20 October 2023
The revised Gas Utilisation Policy refines Beijing’s policies for a market that has doubled in size since 2012
Gas remains the workhorse of the Texas grid
3 October 2023
Much has been made about the expansion of wind and solar power, but in the hottest days of August, Texans depended on gas to avert rolling blackouts
Asian gas industry group counts on rising demand
27 September 2023
Regional industry body ANGEA remains bullish about Asia's adoption of gas and LNG, despite elevated prices and logistical challenges
Appalachia’s gas faces infrastructure challenge
26 September 2023
Bottlenecks continue to constrain gas-rich Appalachia, and relief may not be in the pipeline
Gas remains crucial to Southeast Asia’s energy balancing act
25 August 2023
The fuel will have a continuing role to play as the region seeks to balance growing energy demand with targets to reduce 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
Europe’s gas pivot and Asian demand boost global midstream
18 August 2023
Europe has been hastily building out LNG and pipeline capacity since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, while demand is rising in Asia
Letter from Latin America: Wider woes fail to derail Argentine shale
16 August 2023
Battered by multiple economic headaches, Argentina is looking towards the Vaca Muerta as a potential lifeline
Eni banks on gas for transition future
7 August 2023
The Italian major continues to reorientate its portfolio to focus on gas
Energean’s Rigas says gas strategy tied to East Med energy security
3 August 2023
CEO warns Russia shock may have changed Europe’s energy dynamic forever as company focuses on significant demand from Israel, Egypt and beyond
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
Gas jostles for vital role in China’s energy mix
22 June 2023
The fuel has lost ground to coal and renewables but is seen as key to balancing needs for energy security with long-term efforts to decarbonise
Global gas outlook ‘improved’, but risks persist
25 May 2023
The IEA warns against complacency, as the weather and Russian pipeline flows remain major uncertainties
East Med poised to develop gas reserves
22 May 2023
Drilling campaigns and bid rounds are gathering pace, and even the long-discussed East Med pipeline may be back on the agenda as the region prepares to increase its gas exports to Europe
Can gas solve South Africa’s power crisis?
18 May 2023
Domestic production and LNG imports are on the table as the country seeks to restore energy security
IEA’s Molnar says LNG is more back-up supply than transition fuel
17 May 2023
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has forever changed gas markets and prompted renewed interest in storage and previously unattractive developments, but the long-term future of the fuel is doubtful
Adnoc focuses on gas for expansion drive
15 May 2023
The Emirati giant is keen to reinforce its status as a net gas exporter while remaining cost-conscious even as it splashes its oil windfall
Letter from China: Price controls squeeze gas suppliers
10 May 2023
Incomplete price reforms pose problems for both upstream and downstream players and threaten further shortages
Russia struggles to reroute gas exports
5 May 2023
Distance and politics mean there are no easy solutions to Moscow’s pipeline problems
Australia’s domestic gas issues threaten exports
27 April 2023
And a lack of fresh developments means supply is set to tighten
The energy stakes of Turkey’s heated presidential election
24 April 2023
Besides fraying democracy, different visions for Turkey as a regional gas hub hang in the balance in a fateful election in May
India gears up for greater gas use
18 April 2023
LNG cargo at Dhamra terminal arrives amid shift to securing supplies and capping prices
TotalEnergies deal may be launchpad for Iraq’s energy sector
18 April 2023
Gas Growth Integrated Project pivotal to key Opec producer’s longer-term success
Europe counts cost of uncoordinated energy strategy
18 April 2023
Calls for EU to reflect on gas subsidy bill of €700bn as common purchase mechanism approaches
Global gas market reawakened by ‘Russia effect’
17 April 2023
Industry takes fresh look at moribund, risky or questionable gas and LNG projects
BP and Adnoc bid a further twist in Leviathan tale
31 March 2023
Could the NOC/major play for Newmed stake precipitate further changes to the Israeli field’s expansion roadmap?
Shale drillers try to stay patient amid gas price slump
22 March 2023
Producers resist urge to respond too quickly to gas price trends
US oil and gas output on the rise
13 March 2023
Surging crude prices prompted increased drilling activity last year, but debt and financing issues constrained growth
Argentina’s gas ready to help energy security and transition
6 March 2023
The country’s energy secretary, Flavia Royon, says a key pipeline is on track to realise the potential of the Vaca Muerta
Bakken boosts its gas infrastructure
2 March 2023
Oil is still a serious business in the Bakken shale, but when it comes to midstream, the money is on gas
LNG market stress to persist for years
2 March 2023
But a supply glut could be coming later this decade
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