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2014-05-07 18:35:00

GAS: GROWTH SLOWED

GAS: GROWTH SLOWED

Global natural gas consumption rose by just 1.3% in 2013, down from an average of 2.8%/year in the previous decade, according to a recent report from Cedigaz, the international natural gas association based near Paris. Production growth also slowed, to 0.8%, with the association ascribing the change to supply constraints in a tense geopolitical environment.

Increased pipeline trade led international natural gas trade 2.1% higher year-on-year, overcoming a stagnant, supply-restricted LNG market, Cedigaz said. Interregional pipeline gas exports were strongest from the CIS to Europe (+15%) and China (+36%). Global trade totaled 1,048 billion cu m (bcm).

Cedigaz's report—2013 Natural Gas Year in Review—said the commodity still suffers from severe competition with coal in the power generation sector, with actual European Union consumption down 1.9% to 460 bcm, the lowest level in 15 years. In the US, rising year-on-year gas prices made coal more competitive and penalized gas consumption in power generation, causing it to fall 10.5%.

Gas production totaled 3,377 bcm, with Cedigaz citing declining mature and conventional fields combined with insufficient reserve replacement in describing the slow rate of growth. It said the lack of upstream investment was particularly acute in emerging markets due to their relatively unfavorable regulatory and fiscal climates.

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Tags: GAS, MARKET, LNG, EUROPE
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BP - AZERBAIJAN OIL DEAL

BP and its partners in Azerbaijan's giant ACG oil production complex agreed Thursday to extend the production sharing contract by 25 years to 2049 and to increase the stake of state-owned SOCAR, reducing the size of their own shares.

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U.S. DEFICIT UP TO $123.1 BLN

The U.S. current-account deficit increased to $123.1 billion (preliminary) in the second quarter of 2017 from $113.5 billion (revised) in the first quarter of 2017, according to statistics released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). The deficit increased to 2.6 percent of current-dollar gross domestic product (GDP) from 2.4 percent in the first quarter.

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OIL PRICE: ABOVE $55

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 were trading up 41 cents, or 0.8 percent, at $50.30 by 0852 GMT, near the three-month high of $50.50 it reached last Thursday. Brent crude futures LCOc1, the benchmark for oil prices outside the United States, were at $55.91 a barrel, up 29 cents, and also not far from the near five-month high of $55.99 touched on Thursday.

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RUSSIA - CHINA - VENEZUELA OIL

“The principal risk regarding Russian and Chinese activities in Venezuela in the near term is that they will exploit the unfolding crisis, including the effect of US sanctions, to deepen their control over Venezuela’s resources, and their [financial] leverage over the country as an anti-US political and military partner,” observed R. Evan Ellis, a senior associate in the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Americas Program.

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