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2020, February, 17, 12:05:00OIL PRICE: ABOVE $57
Brent was at $57.27 a barrel, WTI rose 3 cents to $52.08 a barrel,
2020, February, 17, 12:00:00U.S. GAS PRICES: THE LOWEST LEWEL
This winter, U.S. natural gas prices have been at their lowest levels in decades.
2020, February, 17, 11:55:00WEAK LNG DEMAND
Weaker-than-expected LNG demand, relatively mild winter weather, the coronavirus outbreak and Chinese tariffs have made the situation worse.
2020, February, 17, 11:50:00POWER INDUSTRY TRENDS 2020
Power Industry 2020 Predictions and Trends: Hydrogen Fuel Cells to Become a Key Player in the Reliable Energy Backup and Storage Space
2020, February, 17, 11:45:00SMART ENERGY DEVELOPMENTS
There is no doubt that we are in the midst of an energy revolution. Not only is the nature of energy changing from fossil-generated energy to renewable – there is a total change in the distribution structure occurring with less focus on centralisation and more on distributed energy.
2020, February, 17, 11:40:00PAKISTAN'S NUCLEAR STRENGTHENING
Pakistan aims for a significant expansion of its use of nuclear power over the coming decades
2020, February, 17, 11:39:00PROJECT FINANCE & PROJECT FINANCIAL MODELLING WORKSHOP
Registration opens for 2020 Project Finance & Project Financial Modelling workshop A 5-days course covers both project finance and financial modelling best practices.
2020, February, 17, 11:38:007TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL LNG CONGRESS RUSSIA, MOSCOW, 18-19 March 2020
LNG Congress Russia is an international platform which traditionally gathers LNG industry leaders from all over the globe. The event welcomes over 300 operators of large-, mid-, and small-scale LNG projects (Rosneft, Transgaz Yekaterinburg, Gazprom Gas Motor Fuel, Sibir-Energo, Dalgazresurs, TopGaz, and others), government, and engineering leaders of the LNG industry.
2020, February, 17, 11:35:00U.S. INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION DOWN 0.3% ANEW
U.S. Industrial production declined 0.3 percent in January, as unseasonably warm weather held down the output of utilities and as a major manufacturer significantly slowed production of civilian aircraft.
2020, February, 17, 11:30:00BRITAIN'S CLIMATE INVESTMENT $1.6 BLN
The new supercomputer, which will be managed by the country’s Met Office, will be used to help more accurately predict storms, select the most suitable locations for flood defenses and predict changes to the global climate.