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Turkey's Botas cuts natural gas price for industry
-7/1/2020 3:00:04 PM
Turkish state energy company Botas has cut natural gas prices for the industrial sector by up to 12.5%
India to simplify gas pipeline tariff to boost demand
-7/1/2020 2:57:16 PM
India is simplifying its gas pipeline tariff structure to make the fuel more affordable and to attract investment for building gas infrastructure in the country.
Equinor to build hydrogen plant with carbon capture
-7/1/2020 2:55:22 PM
Equinor plans to build a plant in Britain to produce hydrogen from natural gas in combination with carbon capture and storage.
Petronet says Qatargas, Exxon objected to force majeure on LNG imports
-6/30/2020 7:43:50 PM
India’s top gas importer Petronet LNG said suppliers Qatargas and Exxon Mobil Corp objected to the force majeure it invoked in March after local demand slumped because of lockdowns to stem the spread of COVID-19.
Germany's gas imports rose in April, first four months of year
-6/30/2020 3:01:03 PM
Germany imported 13.3% more natural gas in April than a year earlier and 8.7% more in January-April compared with the same period of 2019.
Hudong-Zhonghua signs LNG shipbuilding contract
-6/30/2020 2:59:28 PM
Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding Co, a unit of China State Shipbuilding Corp, has signed contract to construct three LNG carriers worth 3.9 billion yuan ($551.62 million
India's top gas importer close to long-term deal around spot prices
-6/30/2020 2:56:25 PM
India’s top gas importer Petronet LNG will soon finalize a deal to import at least 1 million tons per year (MMtpy) of LNG with prices near the spot markets
Shell says open to new LNG projects in Russia including with Novatek
-6/29/2020 7:17:00 PM
Royal Dutch Shell is open to taking part in new liquefied natural gas projects in Russia including with private gas firm Novatek
Eni and NextChem strengthen partnership to develop circular district technologies
-6/29/2020 3:02:17 PM
Eni and NextChem, the Maire Tecnimont Group’s subsidiary for green chemistry, strengthen their partnership one year after their first agreement. This partnership will conduct research for a new project to be developed in Taranto.
Online Exclusive: 5 best practices for adopting new digital technologies in the HPI
-6/26/2020 4:20:28 PM
The market place is filled with new technology buzzwords like “Big Data”, “AI” and “Cloud Computing” promising to revolutionize the HPI and leaving many feeling like they must be lagging in their adoption.
Satellites reveal major new gas industry methane leaks
-6/26/2020 3:17:57 PM
Last fall, European Space Agency satellites detected huge plumes of the invisible planet-warming gas methane leaking from the Yamal pipeline that carries natural gas from Siberia to Europe.
New CEO sees natural gas, hydrogen helping green transition
-6/26/2020 3:05:57 PM
The new chief executive of Fortum said natural gas and hydrogen could help Europe shift to clean energy and promised to present a strategy for the Finnish utility and its newly acquired German rival Uniper by the end of 2020.
Japan's Chiyoda says hydrogen pilot project begins to fuel power plant
-6/26/2020 2:59:01 PM
Japan’s Chiyoda Corp and its partners said that their pilot hydrogen project, using imported hydrogen from Brunei, has begun providing clean fuel for the gas turbine power generators of Toa Oil Co in Kawasaki, near Tokyo.
Asian prices steady on ample supply despite U.S. cargo cancellations
-6/26/2020 2:57:38 PM
Asian spot LNG prices remained steady this week on a continued stream of spot supply even though traders continued to cancel cargoes loading from the United States due to poor economics.
India to end federal control of gas prices, lift LNG transport use
-6/26/2020 2:56:15 PM
India will gradually end federal controls on gas pricing as it seeks to attract foreign investment and technology to lift local output
EU draft hydrogen plan splits supporters down color-coded lines
-6/26/2020 2:51:41 PM
More than 30 industry groups and energy firms including ExxonMobil, Equinor and Uniper wrote to EU leaders calling for the Commission to take a “technology-neutral” approach to its strategy that does not prioritize renewable hydrogen over other low-carbon versions of the fuel.
Excelerate Energy takes delivery of its tenth FSRU, Excelerate Sequoia
-6/25/2020 3:26:05 PM
Excelerate Energy L.P. (Excelerate) took delivery of its tenth floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) the Excelerate Sequoia from Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) shipyard in South Korea.
Sonatrach, Total extend LNG supply deal
-6/25/2020 3:24:57 PM
Algerian state energy company Sonatrach signed a deal on Thursday with France’s Total to extend its supply of 2 million tons a year of LNG to the French market.
Novatek cancels 45 LNG cargoes from U.S.
-6/25/2020 3:23:29 PM
More than 45 cargoes with LNG have been cancelled from the United States so far in June due to a negative impact from the COVID-19, Mark Gyetvay.
Gas industry sees strong demand post-COVID, LNG shortfall by mid-decade
-6/24/2020 4:40:13 PM
The gas industry sees no change to the strong long-run outlook for demand following the COVID-19 crisis, but expects a supply shortfall in the next four years as the pandemic lockdowns and oil price collapse lead to delays on gas projects.
Poland signs deals to expand its LNG terminal
-6/24/2020 4:37:31 PM
Poland has signed contracts worth 1.9 billion zlotys ($483 million) to expand its LNG terminal in Swinoujscie on the Baltic Sea to 8.3 billion cubic meters (bcm) by 2023 from 5 bcm now in response to increasing domestic demand.
Woodside aims to play decisive role in sale of Chevron Australian LNG stake
-6/23/2020 2:35:13 PM
Woodside Petroleum’s Chief Executive Peter Coleman said the Australian firm aims to play a decisive role in Chevron Corp’s plan to sell a stake in the North West Shelf (NWS) project, operated and co-owned by Woodside.
KBR to focus on government contracts, quit natural gas, energy business
-6/23/2020 2:32:31 PM
Engineering and construction firm KBR Inc will exit most of its LNG construction and other energy projects, it told investors and employees, as customers pull back on energy investments.
Buyers of U.S. LNG to cancel 40-45 cargoes for August loading
-6/22/2020 7:09:51 PM
Buyers of LNG are expected to cancel 40 to 45 cargoes for August loading from the United States due to a slow recovery in Asian gas demand and record high European gas stocks.
SoCalGas, PG&E and Opus 12 announce advancements in technology that converts carbon dioxide to renewable natural gas
-6/22/2020 7:01:15 PM
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), and Opus 12 announced they have demonstrated further advancement of a new electrochemical technology that converts the carbon dioxide content in raw biogas to pipeline-quality renewable natural gas, a critical improvement in the science of upgrading waste emissions to renewable gas

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-Adrienne Blume
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Industry Focus: Russia Accelerates Fight For Global Gas Export Market Share
-Eugene Gerden
Russia aims to ramp up its efforts to gain more gas export market share this year, despite an unfavorable business environment and growing pressure from major competitors.
Regional Focus: South Africa’s transport strategy to shape country’s gas sector
-Shem Oirere
South Africa’s Gas Utilization Master Plan outlines how the gas sector will be developed. As the country proceeds with the plan,


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