All publications by tag «LNG»
2023, November, 30, 06:35:00JAPAN NEED LNG
Starting in December, Japan will begin operating "Strategic Buffer LNG," or SBL, cargoes in order to be prepared for any supply issues, starting with a minimum of one LNG cargo a month during the country's peak winter demand months over December 2023-February 2024, with JERA having been approved Nov. 24 as the first supplier.
2023, November, 3, 06:35:00U.S. LNG FOR EUROPE
"Together with Norwegian gas, American LNG has proven to be a reliable and steady source of supply for Europe and will contribute to Europe's energy supply security," Aasland said.
2023, November, 3, 06:30:00NORTH AMERICA'S LNG EXPORTS WILL UP
Over the next five years North America’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) export capacity to expand by 12.9 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) as Mexico and Canada place into service their first LNG export terminals and the United States adds to its 11.4 Bcf/d of existing LNG capacity.
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.