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Germany’s Jan-Feb gas import costs up on higher volume

Germany's natural gas import bill for the two months of January and February rose by 2.1 percent year-on-year on

Gazprom says will meet rising gas demand in Europe

Russia's top natural gas producer Gazprom said it would be able to meet Europe's rising demand for gas thanks

China's state refiners raise Apr crude runs to 82% capacity: Platts survey

China's state-owned refiners are raising planned crude runs in April to average 82% capacity, up from 81% in March,

PetroChina hikes 2015 shale gas output target to 2.6 bil cu m: report

State-owned PetroChina has hiked its shale gas production target significantly and now expects to produce 2.6

Getting Ready for a Natural Gas Rebound

The Set-Up: In February 2014 I wrote a story on how the US arm of brokerage Raymond James saw a lot of

Gas supply for Austria: OMV and Gazprom strengthen partnership

The CEOs of Gazprom and OMV, Alexei Miller and Gerhard Roiss, met Tuesday at OMV headoffice to discuss the

Speculators’ Natural Gas Wagers Rewarded With Late Rally

Speculators’ decision to raise bullish bets on U.S. natural gas was rewarded with a rally to the highest price since February.

Indonesia's PLN expects LNG demand to double in 2015 – executive

Indonesian demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is expected to double to 56 cargoes in 2015 compared to this year,

Platts: Spot LNG Prices for May Delivery Dropped 11.8% on Low Demand

Prices of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for May delivery to Asia fell 11.8% to an average $15.559 per million British thermal

US export uncertainty unsettles global LNG industry

Anxiety is rising in the liquefied natural gas business over the slow rollout of North American LNG export

ASIA SPOT LNG: June JKM dips on sluggish demand, ample supply

The Platts Japan Korea Marker for June, the newly assessed front month, began trading at $14.875/MMBtu on

UK spot gas prices slide on long system, good LNG flows

UK spot gas prices were sliding again Thursday morning, compared with Wednesday's close, as the system

China's State Oil Conglomerates Backtrack On Refineries Plan

Chinese state oil companies are delaying the expansion of new refineries as the market for petroleum

Leviathan gas reservoir partners bid on Cyprus gas supply project

The tender calls for the supply of between 0.7 to 0.95 billion cubic meters of natural gas annually to the

Huge floating plants open up gas reserves for Asia

Floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) factories are being planned across Asia in an attempt to cut production costs from expensive land-based complexes and provide

China Natural Gas Output Rises in March to Highest in Two Years

China’s natural gas production rose in March to the highest level in two years as the nation seeks to use more of the cleaner-burning fuel.

Egypt: Natural gas supplies to be temporarily reduced by 5%

Quantities supplied to the national gas distribution network will be temporarily reduced by 5% from 17 to 27

Italian March gas demand down 24% on year to 6.026 Bcm: GME

Natural gas demand in Italy in March fell by almost 24% year on year to 6.026 billion cubic meters, gas and

Ukraine crisis unlikely to affect TAPI gas pipeline project

The ongoing Ukrainian crisis is unlikely to affect the proposed Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project.

Cyprus: Is LNG plant a dead duck?

Through deliberate delay or wavering, Cyprus may be letting plans slip for an onshore LNG plant, a gas expert
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