All publications by tag «LNG»
2023, February, 1, 12:03:009TH INTERNATIONAL LNG CONGRESS LNGCON 2023
9th International LNG Congress (LNGCON 2023) 6-7 March, 2023 Link to the Congress website: https://bit.ly/3tXVmr7
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.
2023, January, 16, 12:35:00EUROPE NEED U.S. LNG
According to the EU-US announcement, EU commission aims to increase annual demand for American LNG by 50BCM by the end of 2030 and procure 15BCM more in 2022,
2023, January, 11, 11:35:00EUROPEAN LNG WINNING
LNG deliveries to Europe have helped ease an energy crisis this winter after Russian piped supply slumped.
2022, December, 27, 12:45:00JAPAN NEED MORE LNG
The deals come as Japan’s government is reevaluating how it can enhance energy security in the face of a fuel crunch at home. Global LNG supply is slated to remain tight for years, which threatens to increase import costs and add to rising inflation.
2022, December, 21, 12:00:00RUSSIAN LNG FOR CHINA UP
Russian sales of LNG doubled from a year earlier to 852,000 tons in November, despite a 5.4% decline in China’s total purchases of the super-chilled fuel, according to Chinese customs data.
2022, December, 13, 13:33:00Bio-LNG and synthetic LNG: the potential as alternative fuels
While supplies of alternative fuels such as ammonia and hydrogen couldn’t be put into practice on account of unproven technologies, bio-LNG and synthetic LNG could be stored by using existing LNG infrastructure.
2022, December, 12, 15:12:00DISCUSSING LNG MARKET TRENDS AT LNGCON 2023
The closed-door International LNG Congress 2023 assembles top-level management and technical representatives of the LNG industry to discuss prevailing questions and present innovative solutions in Dusseldorf, Germany on March, 6-7, 2023.
2022, November, 30, 11:30:00EUROPEAN LNG WILL UP
Since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 and the reduction in natural gas pipeline imports from Russia that followed, European countries have reactivated development of previously dormant regasification projects and have started development of new projects.
2022, November, 30, 11:25:00QATAR LNG FOR GERMANY
Qatar, one of the world's largest LNG exporters, has been courted by European countries, including Germany and the UK, in recent months as they seek improved gas supply security amid stubbornly high prices.