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U.S. Natural Gas Output Rose 1.0% in February: Platts’ Bentek Energy

U.S. domestic natural gas production in the lower 48 states averaged 65.8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/day)

Russian energy ministry mulls independents' access to Far Eastern gas line

Russia's energy ministry is looking into giving the country's independent gas producers access to Gazprom's

Keystone Pipeline Would Be too Little, too Late for Ukraine Crisis

Amid the chaos in Ukraine and the debate over how to respond, if you listen closely you can hear the din of

India: Government may order refineries to produce a fixed level of LPG

The government is likely to order oil refineries, including private sector Reliance Industries and Essar Oil, to

CHINA LPG: Spot prices fall amid expectations of lower import costs for March

Spot LPG prices in South and East China were under pressure this week, amid expectations of import costs for

Refiners Eye Better Oil Deal Terms on U.S. Boom

India, Asia’s second-biggest energy user, is in talks with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait for better terms on oil contracts as surging U.S.

Natural gas industry ready to rebuild depleted U.S. supply

U.S. utilities have withdrawn a record amount of natural gas from underground storage to meet heating and

Gazprom and Gazprombank to jointly implement Baltic LNG and Vladivostok LNG projects

An Agreement of Cooperation as part of liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects was signed today at the Gazprom

PTT banks on natural gas demand

PTT EXPECTS sales revenue to reach Bt2.97 trillion this year, up from around Bt2.84 trillion last year, as

Linde Process Plants receives Letter of Intent for 200,000 GPD LNG Plant

Linde Process Plants, Inc. (LPP) announces the receipt of Letter of Intent (LoI) from Gaz Metro for a lump sum

Italian refineries at risk of closure: industry group

All Italian oil refineries, even the most efficient or most technologically advanced, risk closure amid narrowing margins and greater international

Tough competition expected among new LNG projects

Too many potential liquefied natural gas export projects are chasing the expected strong growth in Asian gas demand over the

Ukraine Crisis May Boost Demand in Europe for LNG: Hoegh

Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine will boost liquefied natural gas demand from European countries eager

ONGC sees east coast block gas output peaking at 25-30 mscmd

State explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC.NS) expects peak gas output of 25-30 million standard cubic

China's NDRC to raise citygate natural gas prices this year

China plans to raise citygate prices of natural gas consumed by non-residential users later this year, the

Eni says Venezuela gas project to start early production end-2014

Italy's Eni and Spain's Repsol will start early production of their offshore natural gas project in the Gulf of

Japan’s long-term LPG plans got a bit thrown off this winter

Two recent developments have led Japan to realize that US supplies of LPG may not always be cheaper than

Asia Spot LNG Prices Fall 6 Percent on Weaker Demand, WGI Says

Liquefied natural gas prices in Northeast Asia “nosedived” as buyers in the region sought fewer cargoes after purchasing sufficient shipments

Rosneft Mulls Purchase of Ukraine's Odessa Oil Refinery

The country's largest oil company, Rosneft, could buy Ukraine's Odessa oil refinery, which has been secured

Pakistan: Up to 400mmcfd gas production likely by year-end

Local gas production is likely to go up by up to 400mmcfd by the end of December 2014, which would enable
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