All publications by tag «LNG»
2014, November, 9, 13:30:00SHELL & CANADA LNG: $35 BLN
A liquefied natural gas export plant proposed for Canada’s Pacific coast and backed by Royal Dutch Shell PLC could cost up to 40 billion Canadian dollars ($35.3 billion), according to a regulatory filing with the British Columbia government.
2014, October, 28, 23:15:00INDONESIA: STOP GAS PROJECT $12 BLN
Indonesia says Chevron gas project set back by up to 2 years
2014, October, 17, 21:00:00EUROPE & RUSSIA NEEDS COOPERATION
The Ukraine crisis caused relations between Russia and the EU to fall to their lowest point since the Cold War. But despite the bickering and outright conflicts, both still need each other: Europe relies on Russian gas to keep warm, and Russia in turn needs revenues. With winter on its way and capital flight from Russia reaching dangerous levels, the outlook should draw the EU and Russia back together.
2014, October, 17, 20:40:00JAPAN: MORE GAS
Japan continues to import record volumes of LNG amid delays in nuclear restarts
2014, October, 16, 21:45:00IMPORTANT RUSSIAN GAS
Europe’s natural gas supply mix likely won’t change much without drastic policy interventions despite recent renewed concern over instability in Ukraine, a new Brookings Institution policy brief concluded. This effectively will ensure a continuing significant market share for Russia, it said.
2014, October, 15, 22:10:00RUSSIA: PIPELINE TO JAPAN
Russia has proposed to Tokyo building a natural gas pipeline connecting fields in its far east with northern Japan, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Wednesday.
2014, October, 14, 20:45:00IEA: ENERGY IS A KEY
Increasing access to modern forms of energy is crucial to unlocking faster economic and social development in sub‑Saharan Africa, according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Africa Energy Outlook, a Special Report in the 2014 World Energy Outlook series.
2014, October, 14, 20:30:00EVEN STRONGER
Rosneft and Chinese National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) signed an agreement for the extensions of strategic cooperation.
2014, October, 12, 19:55:00GAZPROM: STOP LNG
Gazprom has said it could shelve its Vladivostok liquefied natural gas project as the Russian state-controlled energy giant focuses on supplying more gas to China by pipeline.
2014, October, 9, 20:30:00RUSSIA SANCTIONS PROGRESS
Sanctions against the Russian Federation, more specifically in its energy section, seem to have been gradually nullified due to a counteraction by Moscow, which as of late made significant progress on several long-standing issues that have long-term effects on the global natural gas sector.