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Mexico tops BP retail growth plans in coming years
-1/18/2018 7:39:43 AM
NEW YORK (Reuters) - BP is expanding its retail presence with plans to open 3,000 branded retail stations globally in the next five years, half in Mexico, as that market becomes increasingly open to international business.
Kinder Morgan further delays Canada Trans Mountain oil pipeline
-1/18/2018 7:34:17 AM
(Reuters) - Kinder Morgan Canada said on Wednesday that the start-up of its Canadian Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion would be delayed by three months to December 2020, marking the latest setback to a project facing fierce local opposition.
China gas output at 4-year high in push to plug winter supply gap
-1/18/2018 7:28:01 AM
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's natural gas output rose in December to the highest monthly rate since at least 2014 as state energy firms rushed to fill a supply gap sparked by surging winter demand from a drive to switch millions of households to gas from coal for heating.
China may cause larger seasonal swings in LNG prices
-1/18/2018 7:12:43 AM
LAUNCESTON, Australia(Reuters) - There is little doubt that China's voracious appetite for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is the prime mover behind the spot price for the fuel reaching its highest in more than three years, but what happens next?
SemCAMS Signs Long-Term Processing Agreements, Announces Duvernay Sour Gas Plant
-1/17/2018 10:26:35 PM
CALGARY (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SemCAMS announced that it has signed 15-year gas processing agreements with Murphy Oil Company Ltd. The agreements establish long-term relationships with two active operators developing the Duvernay and Montney in the Kaybob area. In order to support these customers, SemCAMS announced construction of a new sour gas plant (“Smoke Lake Gas Plant”) which is underpinned by the production outlined in the agreements
First ship in Germany powered by methanol uses Siemens technology
-1/17/2018 9:50:42 PM
Niederkassel-Mondorf/Essen. The MS Innogy from Lux Werft und Schifffahrt GmbH (Lux), Niederkassel-Mondorf, is the first ship on the market in Germany powered by methanol. The excursion boat joins Essen’s Weiße Flotte (White Fleet) and was designed using environmentally-friendly hybrid drive technology from Siemens. With her drive concept based on the latest fuel cell and battery technology, the MS Innogy can sail completely free from emissions in normal operation and will carry guests and tourists on Lake Baldeney in Esse
NEM Energy continues business under Siemens name
-1/17/2018 9:40:12 PM
From January 1st, 2018 Siemens has rebranded and renamed its full subsidiary NEM Energy into Siemens Heat Transfer Technology (HTT). Siemens HTT is a specialist in the field of Heat Recovery Steam Generators for power plants.
PlanET biogas plant starts operation on the Philippines
-1/17/2018 9:36:24 PM
The PlanET Biogas Group in cooperation with local workers has constructed and commissioned a biogas plant within only 129 days on the Philippines. Since December 2017, the plant is producing biogas. This pilot project shows how successful international cooperation looks like.
Cheniere signs 15-year LNG supply pact with trader Trafigura
-1/17/2018 9:29:26 PM
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter Cheniere Energy Inc has inked a 15-year, 1 million tonne per annum (mtpa) sales deal with Swiss commodity trader Trafigura, a sign of how the sector’s middlemen are expanding their market share.
Energy Web Atlas Releases New Features for Real-Time LNG Intelligence Service
-1/15/2018 3:01:12 PM
EWA’s flagship mapping platform includes detailed information on every liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, providing users with a single reference source for global LNG data as well as comprehensive global pipeline information.
Overview of World Gas Congress 2018
-1/14/2018 10:16:35 PM
The World Gas Conference is held every three years in the country holding the Presidency of the International Gas Union (IGU). WGC 2018 will mark the culmination of the USA Presidency, under the theme “Fueling the Future”, and will promote the IGU’s key objectives of raising the voice of natural gas while offering timely updates.
Iraq says 26 companies allowed to bid for oil, gas blocks in border areas
-1/14/2018 10:08:27 PM
BAGHDAD, Jan 12 (Reuters) - The Iraqi oil ministry said on Friday 26 companies have qualified to bid for oil and gas blocks in border areas.
Nigeria state oil firm says gas pipeline explosion has not affected supply
-1/12/2018 3:45:52 PM
ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's state oil firm said on Friday the supply of gas had not been affected by an explosion the previous day on a major pipeline.
China's gas imports jump to record high as winter weather bites
-1/12/2018 3:41:42 PM
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's natural gas imports soared to a record in December as the country battled a winter supply crunch, while crude oil imports eased sharply from near-record highs a month earlier, customs data showed on Friday.
China's CNPC looking for new gas sources in Myanmar
-1/12/2018 3:38:30 PM
SHANGHAI, Jan 12 (Reuters) - A subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC), the country's largest oil producer, is looking for new sources of natural gas in Myanmar to feed a pipeline between the two nations, the China Daily reported on Friday.
U.S. may get first LNG import from Russia despite sanctions
-1/12/2018 3:34:12 PM
Reuters - A vessel that may be carrying liquefied natural gas from Russia's new Yamal LNG export terminal could be heading to the United States despite sanctions against the company that operates the Russian facility, according to a report by S&P Global Platts and Thomson Reuters shipping data
U.S. Northeast gas prices drop as extended freeze thaws
-1/9/2018 9:31:45 AM
Reuters - Spot natural gas prices in the U.S. Northeast for Monday dropped on forecasts for less cold weather this week after they soared to all-time highs last week during an extended freeze. Next-day gas in New England NG-CG-BS-SNL dropped to $20.25 per million British thermal units for Monday from a record $82.75 for Friday, according to data from brokerage firm SNL going back to 1995. The prior high was $77.60 set during the polar vortex in January 2014.
Dutch minister says reduce output at Groningen gas field by "as much as possible"
-1/9/2018 9:26:28 AM
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch minister for the economy said on Monday that output at the large Groningen gas field should be reduced “by as much as possible” during the current government term through 2021. Eric Wiebes made the comment following a magnitude 3.4 tremor earlier on Monday that was the largest in recent years.
China says 27 of 31 regions met 2016 low carbon targets
-1/9/2018 9:23:43 AM
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China said 27 of its 31 regions met their greenhouse gas reduction targets aimed at combating global warming in 2016, the country's climate change regulator said in a notice on Monday. China is the world's biggest source of greenhouse gases and in 2016 published a plan for its 31 regions to accelerate the development of non-fossil fuel energy, tackle greenhouse gases in the agricultural sector and boost forest coverage.
LNG spot prices rise as cold weather strikes, India buys
-1/8/2018 2:31:32 PM
LONDON (Reuters) Asian spot LNG prices rose to highs not seen since November 2014 on strong demand as a cold snap stimulated consumption in China, and India launched fresh purchase tenders. Spot prices LNG-AS for February delivery steadied at $11.30 per MMBtu, 10 cents above Jan. 2 level
Speculators boost U.S. natgas net longs for 2nd straight week
-1/8/2018 2:21:13 PM
U.S. natural gas speculators boosted their net long positions for a second week in a row, in the week to Jan. 2, betting prices will rise as supplies tighten after utilities pulled record amounts of gas out of storage during the brutally cold days since Christmas.
Noble Group sells power, gas unit to Mercuria for $168 MM
-1/8/2018 2:09:40 PM
SINGAPORE (Reuters) Troubled Asian commodity merchant Noble Group said on Monday the final price for sale of its American power and natural gas unit to rival trading house Mercuria was $168 MM
Pöyry awarded contract for gas-fired power plant project in Malaysia
-1/5/2018 8:20:05 AM
Southern Power Generation Sdn Bhd has awarded Pöyry with an owner's engineer services assignment for a 1,440 MW combined cycle power plant in Johor, Malaysia.
ONEOK to construct $1.4 B NGL pipeline in Rocky Mountain region
-1/5/2018 8:11:26 AM
TULSA, Okla. — ONEOK, Inc. announced plans to invest approximately $1.4 B to construct a new pipeline, and related infrastructure, to transport natural gas liquids (NGLs) from the Rocky Mountain region to the company's existing Mid-Continent NGL facilities.
EIA: Cold weather, higher exports result in record natgas demand
-1/5/2018 8:04:40 AM
Estimated US natural gas demand on Jan. 1, 2018 reached 150.7 Bcf, surpassing the previous single-day record set in 2014, according to estimates from PointLogic.

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