All publications by tag «LNG»
2015, April, 24, 22:15:00RUSSIA HAS A FIVE YEARS
Russia has a five year window, at best, to successfully enter the global LNG markets and even that window is closing fast. That sentiment was the major takeaway from the recent Russian LNG Congress in Moscow.
2015, April, 18, 16:15:00U.S. COULD LOSE
The US could lose an important global opportunity if it doesn’t move more quickly on its LNG export decisions, America’s Natural Gas Alliance said in a new study. “This is not about trying to get 20 export facilities quickly built,” ANGA Pres. Martin J. Durbin told reporters as the study was released. “It’s about making the process more certain and predictable so more of them can move ahead.”
2015, April, 18, 16:10:00U.S. LNG SUCCESS
LNG Forum at the Gas Processors Association's Annual Meeting, ADI Analytics CEO Uday Turaga shared his company's views on the best options for monetizing shale gas resources in North America.
2015, April, 16, 19:50:00RUSSIAN GAS TO EU
Russia will continue to provide competitive natural gas deliveries to Europe until mid-2020 and there is a limited possibility that other sources including LNG supplies, will offset Russian imports significantly, participants at the Flame conference in Amsterdam said Tuesday.
2015, April, 9, 19:20:00RUSSIAN GAS CHALLENGES
The next decade will be critical for the Russian natural gas industry with the outcome largely depending on the nation’s pricing and institutional policies
2015, April, 4, 14:00:00RUSSIA & EUROPE GAS
Currently the project is moving forward, as Moscow and Ankara have signed the MoU, approved the new pipeline route and agreed upon the 10.25% gas discount for Turkey. On the EU side there are many questions, including the one on infrastructure that would have to be in place to transport gas from the Turkish-Greek border, envisaged as the new pipeline’s gas delivery point.
2015, April, 2, 19:15:00ROSNEFT NEEDS PRIORITIES
Despite the recent Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Rosneft and Golar LNG, the former’s current gas strategy is narrowly focused on developing domestic reserves and initiating Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) projects in Russia.
2015, March, 31, 20:00:00QATAR & CHINA LNG: $5 BLN
Two Qatari companies agreed to pay about $5 billion for a 49% stake in Shandong Dongming Petrochemical Group to help the Chinese business build an LNG receiving terminal and expand into retail gasoline sales.
2015, March, 23, 18:45:00BULGARIA: DOUBLE LOSING
The Bulgarian government finds itself in a position where it needs to secure long-term reliable natural gas supplies, after two successive failures in the past few years to get involved in major infrastructure projects, namely the Nabucco and the South Stream pipelines.
2015, March, 23, 18:30:00LNG MARKET: TRENDS AND OUTLOOK
Natural gas international markets are constantly growing. Despite the ongoing crisis, Europe is increasing its dependence on imports, while emerging economies in Asia face the daunting task of fuelling their economic growth.