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South Pars daily gas output to increase 100mcm: oil minister

Iran will boost production at its South Pars gas field by 100 million cubic meters (mcm) per day in the current

Asian gas buyers trying to break out of rigid market structure

Asian gas and power companies are starting to pair up for joint purchases of LNG after more ambitious efforts to form a regional

China's LPG prices fall in East on rising supply of domestic, imported cargoes

Spot LPG prices retreated in East China this week due to increasing supply of both imported and domestically

Ecopetrol's Cartagena refinery to restart around May 2015

Colombia's state-run oil company Ecopetrol will restart its 80,000 barrel per day (bpd) refinery in Cartagena in

LNG Market In Turkey

Currently, the importance of the Liquefied Natural Gas ("LNG") has come to the fore with the discussions

A Little Less Rich: Qatar Gas Dominance Challenged

Blazing gas flares 70 meters high brighten the night sky above Qatar’s Ras Laffan Industrial City. The 295-square-kilometer complex houses

Abu Dhabi Oil Refinery Said to Plan July Diesel Switch

Abu Dhabi’s largest oil refinery is preparing to boost production of the industry’s lowest-sulfur diesel within three months as standards

Qatar 2013 gas output tops 7tn cubic feet, says al-Sada

Qatar’s natural gas production exceeded 7tn cu ft in 2013, said HE the Minister of Energy and Industry, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh

U.K. Gas Posts Longest Losing Streak Since 2008 on Warm Weather

U.K. natural gas for day-ahead delivery fell for a ninth day in the longest losing streak since November 2008 as

POSCO sets up unit for clean energy biz

POSCO, South Korea's biggest steelmaker, said Thursday that it has established a subsidiary to operate a clean

European refiners opt for lower runs rather than shutdowns, says industry

European refiners are opting for reduced throughput rather than shutdowns, even though there is a surplus of

UK could produce shale gas in four years in emergency – Cuadrilla

Shale gas production in Britain could begin within four years if the current crisis in Ukraine escalates to such an extent that

Cyprus: Gas prospecting to be speeded up

Cyprus is seeking to speed up prospecting for hydrocarbons in its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) with a view to clinching a binding agreement for an

Oman To Buy 15% Stake In Petronet LNG

Oman is considering buying a 10-15 per cent stake in Petronet LNG's proposed plant on India's east coast, the Gulf

India's Reliance looks at extending gas sales contracts at current prices

India's Reliance Industries Limited -- operator of the deepwater KG-D6 block -- and its gas customers will either

Spain's Repsol ramps up gas production at field in Peru

Lot 57, a gas field operated by Spain's Repsol, is expected to produce 85 million cubic feet per day of natural gas

Shell's LNG Fuel Retreat Offers Lessons for Young Industry, Zeus Finds

Despite entering the liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel market with great fanfare in 2011, global oil and gas firm,

Russia's Rosneft sees its gas production rising to 55 bcm in 2014

Russia's Rosneft expects its gas output to reach 55 billion cubic metres (bcm) this year and rise to over 63 bcm in 2015, the company

European prompt gas prices slide on higher Norwegian supply, low demand

Gas prices on the European prompt markets fell sharply Wednesday, extending the previous day's steep losses, on

Asian gas trading hub still at least five years away: IGU President

The establishment of an Asian regional gas trading hub is still at least five years away, International Gas Union
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