All publications by tag «GAS»
2022, January, 19, 10:35:00U.S. GAS PRODUCTION DOWN
While US gas production was largely unchanged in the 2020 to 2021 new year, production declines of varying magnitudes and durations were recorded over at least the five new year's prior, dating back to the 2015-2016 winter season.
2022, January, 19, 10:33:00TRANSPORTATION OIL AND GAS CONGRESS, 21th-22th of February, 2022
Business and Technical Views On The Market At The Transportation Oil and Gas Congress 2022
2022, January, 19, 10:30:00WORLD GAS CONFERENCE 2022
The 28th World Gas Conference (WGC 2022) takes place in Daegu, the energy city of Korea in May 2022.
2022, January, 17, 11:25:00JAPAN GAS PRODUCTION
Japan has found "considerable gas shows" in a series of the country's funded drilling operations conducted by INPEX until the fiscal year 2019-20 (April-March), marking the first domestic project, which enters an exploration phase with the support of the government's geological structure surveys,
2022, January, 17, 11:19:00LNG FOR S.KOREA DOWN
The country imported 3.862 million mt of LNG in December, down 9.3% from 4.257 million mt a year earlier, customs data showed Jan. 17.
2022, January, 17, 11:10:00U.S. RIGS UP 13 TO 601
U.S. Rig Count is up 13 from last week to 601, Canada Rig Count is up 50 from last week to 191.
2022, January, 13, 14:20:00U.S. GAS PRICES UP
The Henry Hub prompt-month contract soared 60.80 cents to settle at $4.857/MMBtu Jan. 12, which is the highest price for a prompt-month contract since Nov. 26.
2022, January, 13, 14:10:00GERMANY RENEWABLES DEVELOPMENT
Habeck said it was “completely indisputable” Germany will need more gas-fired power plants as a “backup” solution in case supply from renewables isn't sufficient.
2022, January, 12, 10:20:00CHINA GAS DEMAND WILL UP
National oil company Sinopec expects Chinese natural gas demand to reach 395 Bcm in 2022, up 7% from an estimated 370 Bcm in 2021, according to its research arm, Sinopec Economics & Development Research Institute.
2022, January, 11, 11:40:00U.S. SOLAR POWER + 46 GW
In 2022, we expect 46.1 gigawatts (GW) of new utility-scale electric generating capacity to be added to the U.S. power grid,