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Australia Looks To Tackle Its Looming Gas Shortage

Australia Looks To Tackle Its Looming Gas Shortage

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Something Unexpected Just Happened In LNG Markets

Something Unexpected Just Happened In LNG Markets

Feb 27, 2018 at 17:23 | Tim Daiss

In the increasingly topsy-turvy world of liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, the world’s largest LNG importer could soon be exporting the super-cooled fuel to the world’s second largest LNG exporter…

The Pros And Cons Of Nord Stream 2

The Pros And Cons Of Nord Stream 2

Feb 23, 2018 at 16:41 | Vanand Meliksetian

There are few issues as divisive in the EU as the planned construction of Nord Stream 2, another direct gas infrastructure connection between Germany and the Russian Federation. With the…

China Gives Australia’s Number Two Gas Producer A Boost

China Gives Australia’s Number Two Gas Producer A Boost

Feb 23, 2018 at 16:31 | Tim Daiss

Good news for Australia’s number two independent gas producer Santos Ltd. keeps rolling in. The company, that as recently as last year was in such financial straits that it had…

China Is Erasing The Gas Glut

China Is Erasing The Gas Glut

Feb 22, 2018 at 13:41 | Nick Cunningham

China and other countries in Southeast Asia are helping erase the LNG glut, which was thought to last well into the next decade. China is in the midst of a…

Cleaner And Cheaper: The Future Of Natural Gas

Cleaner And Cheaper: The Future Of Natural Gas

Feb 22, 2018 at 13:26 | Irina Slav

Just how clean is natural gas, really? Natural gas is the bridge fuel of the future that will carry the world until renewables take over. It is much cleaner than…

U.S., Canada Face Off For LNG Dominance

U.S., Canada Face Off For LNG Dominance

Feb 20, 2018 at 10:53 | Jude Clemente

Considering that the North American shale revolution is the key global energy development of the past decade, it’s surprising that Canada’s natural gas production has actually been falling. Canada is…

The End Of The LNG Glut

The End Of The LNG Glut

Feb 19, 2018 at 10:55 | Alan Mammoser

Predicting Demand is Difficult Many reputable forecasters, who've anticipated an LNG supply glut for years, now expect a brief period of surplus at most, and gradual market tightening after 2020.…

Georgia To Purchase Natural Gas Only From Azerbaijan

Georgia To Purchase Natural Gas Only From Azerbaijan

Feb 16, 2018 at 16:43 | The Jamestown Foundation

In January, the Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development approved its annual energy assessment (balance), which shows that Georgia will not purchase any natural gas from Russia this year.…

An Eastern Mediterranean Offshore Gas War Is Brewing

An Eastern Mediterranean Offshore Gas War Is Brewing

Feb 14, 2018 at 10:35 | Cyril Widdershoven

Optimism about the ongoing East Mediterranean offshore gas adventures could be soon confronted by a bleak reality. As the world watches the Operation Olive Branch military escapades of the Turkish…

Mexico’s Natural Gas Dilemma

Mexico’s Natural Gas Dilemma

Feb 12, 2018 at 11:55 | Jude Clemente

Mexico’s 2013 energy reforms are based on bringing in more competition for the two state-owned monopolies that had become too stagnant, Pemex (oil and gas) and CFE (electricity). One of…

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