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Letter from China: Taiwan tensions expose energy risks
11 August 2022
China’s heavy reliance on energy imports means it too would be vulnerable in the event of armed confrontation
Letter from the Middle East: Opec balances Russia and the West
9 August 2022
The cartel is happy to wait for further developments before committing to more drastic action
Freeport LNG to restart in October
4 August 2022
The unplanned outage that took the plant offline in June highlighted the growing global importance of US LNG
Nustar sees continuing Permian growth
4 August 2022
The infrastructure firm expects flows through its pipeline system in the US shale heartland to be 10pc higher by the end of the year
US politicians up windfall tax rhetoric ante
4 August 2022
Surging downstream profits add fuel to the fire, but the spectre of demand destruction lurks
Reading too much into the Saudi capacity ceiling
1 August 2022
MbS almost certainly did not mean what oil bulls have convinced themselves he did
US becomes world’s largest LNG exporter
28 July 2022
And the bulk of its volumes are heading to Europe
ExxonMobil signs up for LNG from Next Decade
28 July 2022
The deal continues the trend of developers making long-term agreements to start in the second half of this decade and is another milestone for the Rio Grande project
Cheniere signs Thai LNG supply agreement
27 July 2022
State-owned PTT has inked its first US supply deal
Cheniere and Petrochina ink LNG deal
21 July 2022
US exporter has signed another long-term supply agreement, this time with a Chinese buyer
Rio Grande LNG advances
12 July 2022
The Texan scheme remains on track for initial FID, while preparatory engineering works are planned
Biden clashes with US refiners over fuel prices
11 July 2022
Attacks on the downstream fail to weigh capacity losses
Hamm aims to take Continental back to the future
5 July 2022
Founder and chairman sees value in privacy
High crude prices to persist in Q3 – Rystad
4 July 2022
Consultancy sees Brent potentially averaging $120/bl in Q3, but the outlook remains mixed
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
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
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
Woodside plans post-BHP expansion
9 June 2022
The Australian firm is now one of the world’s largest independent oil and gas players
Ballymore FID no herald of GoM renaissance
7 June 2022
Forecasts are for moderate growth rather than a development bonanza fuelled by high oil prices
Licensing round June update
7 June 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Japex plans US shale investments
17 May 2022
Japanese explorer sees opportunities to expand its footprint
US shale producer reabsorbs pipeline subsidiary
17 May 2022
Diamondback’s reversal of its midstream spin-off may reflect expectations of no new US oil boom
Ups and downs in Alaska
9 May 2022
Project-specific squabble and the Biden administration’s chillier attitude to oil and gas collide with high prices and oil supply security concerns
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
US struggles with global energy security champion role
3 May 2022
The country faces a very particular version of the ‘energy trilemma’
US tries to ease Libyan tension
28 April 2022
The Biden regime is back in the global policeman role as it tries to keep oil flows up
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
Venezuela’s crude capacity in question
1 April 2022
Speculation over potential sanctions deal sparks debate on country’s capacity to raise output
Biden announces oil reserve release
1 April 2022
Washington will take 1mn bl/d from SPR for the next six months
EU and US agree on LNG supply cooperation
25 March 2022
The transatlantic partners pledge cooperation on supply, long-term contracts and infrastructure
Caution reigns in US shale
10 March 2022
Even amid climbing oil prices and strong market backwardation, most US shale independents show little scope or intent to raise output in the short term
Costing a Russian oil supply gap
9 March 2022
Analysts see potential for $200/bl+ if it becomes ever more difficult in practice for Western nations to buy crude from Russia
US and UK ban Russian oil imports
9 March 2022
The allies call a halt to deliveries, but Biden seems accepting that more exposed European countries will not follow suit
Iran or pump prices: Biden’s thankless choice
3 March 2022
The US president may opt to do a JCPOA deal as a lesser evil than expensive gasoline
IEA coordinates crude stock release
2 March 2022
The intergovernmental body is trying to cool the crude market
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
Mispricing the Russia risk factor
9 February 2022
The oil market may be too complacent that the worst could never happen
Focused shale deals buck M&A slowdown
1 February 2022
Fewer North American corporate transactions may be done this year. But rationalisation of shale portfolios on an asset-specific basis should continue
Russia, Saudi Arabia and the US – what next for oil markets?
31 January 2022
The impact of a breakdown in Russo-US relations is much more nuanced in liquids than in gas
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
US renewables sector faces near-term challenges
26 January 2022
Supply-chain issues and rising costs present short-term difficulties for sector poised for rapid growth
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
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
US pipeline heavyweight pivots into Midland gas
10 January 2022
Enterprise Products Partners strikes deal for Permian offtake infrastructure
Repsol buys Pennsylvanian shale producer
5 January 2022
Acquisition of Rockdale Marcellus is part of the Spanish firm’s strategic plan
China embraces US LNG
20 December 2021
Rising imports and fresh supply deals signal China’s growing interest in US supplies of the fuel
Meeting the oil and gas supply gap
20 December 2021
The world has no lack of recoverable oil and gas resources. But where they will come from in the future will change
US shale closes the gap
16 December 2021
Supply is gradually returning, but the market will remain tight into next year
Licensing round December update
15 December 2021
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
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