All publications by tag «LNG»
2023, August, 4, 06:30:00RUSSIAN LNG FOR JAPAN
Mitsui joined the Arctic LNG 2 project in 2019 via a subsidiary called Japan Arctic LNG, which secured substantial financial support from state-owned Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC) as part of wider Japanese efforts to ensure stable LNG supply and diversify import sources.
2023, July, 14, 06:35:00QATAR LNG RECORD
About 40% of new global LNG output will come from Qatar by 2029, said Minister of Energy Saad al-Kaabi at the LNG 2023 conference.
2023, June, 23, 06:30:00QATAR LNG FOR CHINA FOR 27 YEARS
China National Petroleum Corp. signed a 27-year LNG purchase agreement for 4 million tons annually with QatarEnergy on Tuesday.
2023, March, 31, 07:50:00EUROPEAN LNG USABILITY
Europe’s appetite for new LNG projects is pushing the continent to boost its import capacity by one-third, but the mismatch between future LNG demand and import facilities might result in 200-250 billion cubic metres (bcm) of unused capacity by 2030.
2023, March, 24, 07:30:00GERMAN GAS CONCERNS
Germany suffered the most among EU member states from the Russian supply curtailments, with a number of buyers forced to buy expensive gas on the open market to make up for the Russian shortfall.
2023, March, 15, 07:05:00U.S. LNG EXPORTS WILL UP
U.S. LNG exports will average 12.1 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2023, a 14% (1.5 Bcf/d) increase compared with last year. We expect LNG exports to increase by an additional 5% (0.7 Bcf/d) next year.
2023, February, 27, 10:05:00EUROPE WITHOUT RUSSIAN GAS
At the same time, Russian LNG imports into the EU rose by around a third to 14.1 million mt (19 Bcm), but it was LNG from other sources -- the US in particular -- that helped fill some of the gap left by lost Russian gas.
2023, February, 13, 13:35:00QATARI LNG FOR CHINA
CNPC's talks follow a deal announced last November by China's Sinopec, in which QatarEnergy agreed to supply 4 million tonnes of LNG annually for 27 years, the longest duration LNG supply contract ever signed by Qatar.
2023, February, 6, 13:05:00RUSSIA'S GAS PRODUCTION DOWN
Russia’s natural gas production fell by more than 13% in 2022, according to preliminary data published by the Russian state statistics service Rosstat.
2023, January, 16, 12:40:00EUROPE NEED MORE LNG
Despite the adoption of the Versailles Declaration in March 2022, when leaders of the 27 EU member states pledged to phase out the EU’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels as soon as possible, imports of Russian LNG increased by 12% in 2022 compared to 2021.