Plans for reverse-flow capacity on the Hungarian-Croatian interconnector have faced lengthy delays, but proposals for an LNG terminal in Krk have revived interest.
Gazprom can ramp up exports on the OPAL pipeline until at least 2019, according to an interim ruling by the European Court of Justice.
Shell is expected to show one of the strongest performances among the oil majors when it presents its Q2 2017 results this Thursday.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. is talking to regional and international banks to secure a syndicated loan worth $4-5 billion.
Pakistan Petroleum has completed drilling operations at the Naushahro Feroz Hor 1 horizontal tight gas well in Pakistan.
India’s Reliance Industries is purchasing gas from its own CBM block at a premium.
Shell has replaced lost LNG output from Peru’s liquefaction plant via the spot market in recent weeks.
Aspects of a gas sales agreement between Trinidad and Venezuela will be agreed this month, Venezuela’s ambassador to Trinidad, Coromoto Godoy Calderón, has said.
Spanish infrastructure giant Grupo ACS plans to invest €430 million in three recently acquired gas fields in Mexico via its Cobra subsidiary.
PetroChina’s Changning H10-3 well in Sichuan province has produced 100 MMcm since it started production, making it the first shale gas well in China to clear that milestone.
CNOOC’s Ningbo LNG terminal supplied gas to the local pipeline network at a rate of 18 MMcm/d on 20 July, accounting for 55% of Zhejiang province’s daily gas needs.
Petronas delivered its first LNG cargo to Thailand last week under a long-term supply agreement with state oil and gas company PTT.
Gas prices for the Nigerian power sector could be market-led if the policy results in new legislation.
Argentina has settled a legal dispute with Total over what the supermajor claimed was $1 billion in losses.
Canadian regulator the National Energy Board must reconsider whether the proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission pipeline in British Columbia falls under provincial or federal jurisdiction, Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal ruled this week.
China’s state-owned Sinopec produced 12.8 billion cubic metres of gas in H1, up by 16.3% year on year.
China National Offshore Oil Corp.’s Tianjin LNG terminal received 10 shipments amounting to 606,600 tons, worth $219 million, in the first half of 2017.
The Asian Development Bank has invested more than $50 million in one of Thailand’s largest independent power producers, B Grimm Power Public.
Marine support services company Svitzer has been awarded a contract for Bangladesh’s first LNG terminal.
The security of supply risks associated with Brexit are giving a new impetus to Ireland’s plans for an FSRU.
Gas is not just a relatively clean stopgap fuel on the road to a renewable future – it may also be a catalyst for technological progress.
Mexico has set 31 January as the date for the next round of deepwater auctions for acreage in its highly prospective Gulf of Mexico territory.
Brazil will offer 287 blocks in onshore and offshore basins in its 14th bid round .
Gas-for-power demand in the United States reached its highest daily level so far this year over the past week, the EIA has said.
PetroChina’s Shemu gas field has produced 3.0 billion cubic metres of gas since it came online in 2011, the company has said.
China consumed 114.6 billion cubic metres of gas in the first half of 2017, up by 15.2% year on year, according to the National Development and Reform Commission.
More than half of India’s gas-fired power plants are idle, India’s Power Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
The Philippines has shortlisted six countries to help with the construction of a $2 billion LNG import and distribution facility.
BP has started discussions with potential buyers for its full range of North Sea assets.
Siemens is to suspend shipments of power generation equipment to state-controlled Russian companies, the German company has announced.
The charter deal for the Golar Freeze will be ended a year earlier than originally planned, freeing the emirate from its superfluous regas capacity.
Toronto-based utility Hydro One has acquired Washington-based gas and power transmission company Avista Corp.
India’s government has approved the $4.6 billion sale of its stake in Hindustan Petroleum Corp. to Oil and Natural Gas Corp.
Total is in talks with Myanmar to build an LNG and power project in Yangon.
Indonesia has awarded an EPC contract for a 780 MW combined-cycle gas power plant to a consortium of Marubeni, GE and PT Hutama Karya.
ExxonMobil’s decision to leave the East Natuna gas block in Indonesia will likely delay the development of the field by a number of years until another partner can be found.
Japan’s Kansai Electric Power has committed to purchase 800,000 tpa of shale-derived LNG from the Cove Point plant in the United States.
Aminex has announced that it will submit the development plan for the Ntorya field discovery to Tanzania Petroleum Development Corp. in early September.
Qatar’s plan to increase its LNG production by 30% will deter growth in LNG exports from the United States, Woodside’s Peter Coleman has said.
Greek exploration and production company Energean has signed up a third customer to buy gas from the Karish field off the coast of Israel.
Gazprom has started construction on a difficult underwater section of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline in the Russian republic of Yakutia.
Oil and gas developments are being used by Southeast Asian countries to gain an advantage in disputes with China over contested waters in the South China Sea.
A Brazilian logistics giant is rescuing one of Bolognesi’s hyped LNG-to-power megaprojects. But can it save the other?
The European Investment Bank approved €4.3 billion of loans for energy-related projects this week, with the majority going to the electricity sector.
The planned Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant could cost consumers £50 billion over the life of the project.
Mexico will announce the bid terms and blocks on offer in the country’s deepwater auction this week.
YPF, Total, Wintershall Energía and BP-owned unit Pan American Energy are making a joint investment of $1.15 billion to increase shale gas production in Argentina‘s Vaca Muerta formation.
Canada will miss opportunities in the global LNG market if its export projects are not completed, the country’s regulator, the National Energy Board, has said.
PetroChina’s Xinjiang-based Northwest Oilfield subsidiary sold 537 million cubic metres of gas in the first half of 2017
The United States government is aiming to fast-track LNG export permits, the country’s Energy Secretary Rick Perry said on Tuesday.
China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau has started building the second part of an experimental section of the Russia-China Power of Siberia pipeline.
Plans to phase out coal and nuclear in France’s power supply could offer gas a chance to gain market share.
Oil India Ltd. has submitted a feasibility report to the central government to lay a gas pipeline from Barauni in Bihar to Numaligarh in Assam
Statoil has been granted a drilling permit for one wildcat well and one pilot well in production licence PL 124 in the North Sea.
Thailand’s PTT and Malaysia’s Petronas plan to build an LNG plant in Malaysia.
Bangladesh has received bids from 10 companies to build a 7.5 mtpa onshore LNG terminal on a build-own-operate-transfer basis.