Tagged With LNG
LNG NL ‘perfectly positioned’ for a future of high politics and low carbon
1 July 2022
The proposed East Coast liquefaction terminal is trumpeting a number of advantages over competing schemes
Germany acquires three LNG carriers
30 June 2022
The government has assumed control of at least three LNG vessels that were chartered to a Gazprom subsidiary
Japan faces energy supply crisis
29 June 2022
The import-dependent nation is increasingly reliant on expensive spot LNG cargoes
Ottawa’s East Coast LNG export support comes with strings
29 June 2022
The federal government looks likely to put stringent conditions on projects aiming to alleviate Europe’s gas crunch
Goldboro LNG gets back on track
27 June 2022
Renewed appetite for quick solutions to get gas to Europe has combined with a more scalable solution to revitalise liquefaction ambitions
Ineos aims to close US-Europe energy costs gap
24 June 2022
The chemicals heavyweight is trying to bring to LNG the model it has already rolled out in petchems feedstocks
EnBW and Ineos deals see Europe close its LNG term contract gap with Asia
23 June 2022
The continent’s post-Ukraine agreements are still less than Asian buyers and portfolio players
More IOCs jump on board Qatar’s new LNG trains
22 June 2022
QatarEnergy has doled out another 12.5pc of NFE equity
Indigenous-led Cedar LNG puts emphasis on shared values
21 June 2022
The west coast liquefaction plant aims to set a standard for responsible resource development
Shell and Equinor back Tanzania’s LNG ambitions
20 June 2022
Pre-agreement signals hope for the country’s stalled liquefaction plans
Canada’s LNG export rebirth
20 June 2022
Europe’s ambitions for a Russian import freeze are a boon to a previously stalled sector
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
TotalEnergies first off the NFE blocks
15 June 2022
French firm’s Qatari LNG expansion stake is set to be the first in a queue
Can sub-Saharan Africa help fill the EU’s gas gap?
31 May 2022
Africa has potential to expand LNG exports, but its additional contribution is likely to remain limited
US-Europe LNG flows hit infrastructure ceiling
31 May 2022
Export and import constraints ensure Europe remains vulnerable
Southeast Asia counting on carbon capture
31 May 2022
The region’s shift from coal- to gas-fired generation will require additional strategies to meet ambitious carbon targets
LNG tug-of-war squeezes South Asia
31 May 2022
Countries in the region are particularly sensitive to high LNG prices, but term contracts and a degree of inelastic power-sector demand may support flows
ESG and risk pose Apac LNG-to-power funding challenges
25 May 2022
Lenders and insurance brokers see huge regional variation across the Asia-Pacific region in terms of funding for LNG-to-power projects, panellists said at Petroleum Economist’s LNG to Power Forum Apac
Asia continues long-term LNG supply quest
24 May 2022
South Korean utility is the latest to sign up for contractual volumes as the continent’s purchasers appear to put a greater premium on supply security than Europeans
Asian LNG demand sees ‘retracement’ not ‘destruction’
24 May 2022
The impact of high prices should be only a temporary phenomenon
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
Indonesia struggles to reverse upstream fortunes
23 May 2022
Slow progress at flagship LNG projects and a lack of foreign interest in oil prospects are hampering the country’s production goals
High prices not halting Apac LNG import projects
19 May 2022
Market challenges are temporary, panellists said at Petroleum Economist’s LNG to Power Forum Apac
LNG to help solve global energy supply crunch
19 May 2022
Russia’s isolation following its invasion of Ukraine could lead to LNG trade growing faster than previously expected—but only if new supply and infrastructure can be realised in time to avert demand destruction, says Giignl’s Vincent Demoury
Snam selects vessel for Sardinian FSRU
18 May 2022
The company has picked an opportunistic time to upgrade the island’s gas infrastructure
Three key hurdles for Vietnam’s LNG-to-power sector
16 May 2022
Tariffs, location and bureaucracy are obstacles to be overcome to drive greater use of gas in Vietnam’s power sector
Poland signs up for US LNG supply to new floating terminal
16 May 2022
State-controlled Pgnig inks HOA with US firm Sempra
Mauritanian LNG project has wind in its sails
16 May 2022
Greater Tortue Ahmeyim development could be shipping cargoes before the end of next year
Germany commits to four FSRUs
6 May 2022
The government of the Russian import-dependent nation has involved itself in underwriting regasification vessel tendering
LNG short-term liquidity goes into reverse
6 May 2022
Spot and short-term LNG trading have fallen sharply as concerns over price volatility and supply security make term contracts more attractive, says importers’ group Giignl
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
East Med aims to reap renewed gas appetite dividend
29 April 2022
Europe’s new urgency to diversify from Russian supply should offer opportunities, according to regional producer Energean
Asian LNG buyers may have upper hand over Europe
29 April 2022
Europe’s accelerating effort to wean itself off Russian pipeline gas has pitted it against energy-hungry Asian buyers in the global LNG market
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
Lower Saxony targets floating LNG this year and next
12 April 2022
The northwest German state’s environment and energy minister foresees an import terminal ready this winter and another next year
Shell’s refining margins jump above $10/bl
7 April 2022
The major’s downstream economics are almost 300pc improved year-on-year
US action on European LNG speaks louder than words
5 April 2022
Washington’s promises may have underwhelmed. But project developers are demonstrating greater ambition
Carbon-neutral LNG poised for revival
5 April 2022
The drop in shipments is likely to be temporary
German LNG projects secure capacity commitments
4 April 2022
Two of the country’s proposed import terminals ink MoUs with anchor clients
Letter from the Middle East: Buyers call for more
29 March 2022
Western countries want Mideast Gulf producers to boost output, but the options are limited
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
Letter from South America: Ukraine crisis brings opportunities and costs
28 March 2022
While the region’s crude producers stand to benefit from high prices, LNG importers will feel the pressure
EU and US agree on LNG supply cooperation
25 March 2022
The transatlantic partners pledge cooperation on supply, long-term contracts and infrastructure
Underinvestment hampers Trinidad’s LNG push
25 March 2022
The country’s efforts to reverse declining gas production are starting to bear fruit, but will not be enough to alleviate the tight LNG market this year
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
Equinor’s Russian retreat heightens self-sanctioning price spike fears
15 March 2022
Consultancy Kpler suggests a slowdown in Russian flows might be about to show up in the data and is not priced in
LNG optimisation in the spotlight
10 March 2022
The growing prominence of LNG makes it vital to maximise production and energy efficiency at liquefaction facilities
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
Taiwanese LNG plans advance
8 March 2022
Environmental approval marks significant progress for import scheme
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