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Iran: Natural gas prices increase more than 20 percent

The Iranian regime announced a 20 to 30 percent increase in natural gas prices. The high increase in natural gas

Exxon's LNG Production To Receive A Boost This Year

Exxon Mobil's ( XOM ) Papua New Guinea (PNG) liquefied natural gas ( LNG ) project is running four months

Asian LNG buyers will need new sources if US gas goes to Europe

Asian buyers of super-cooled gas in tankers will need to look for new supply out of Australia and East Africa if the Russia

Natgas to average $4.40/mmbtu, production rise unlikely in in 2014: BofAML

Natural gas prices would daverage $4.40/MMBtu in 2014 and 2015 from previously forecast $3.90 for 2014,

FEATURE: Natural gas price hike in India seen as inevitable despite deferment

In a move that did not entirely come as a surprise, India's Election Commission earlier this week asked the

Duo make Cooper oil find

Australian duo Beach Energy and Drillsearch Energy have hit oil in an exploration well in the northern area of

Asian gas markets face Europe's dilemma

Gas buyers in Asia are facing the same problems of high prices and a monopolistic market that their counterparts in Europe faced a decade or so ago, but there is

Total and CNOOC reinforce strategic LNG partnership to respond to increasing gas demand in China

Total announces the signature of an LNG Cooperation Agreement strengthening the partnership between Total

Woodside to sign off on Leviathan project

Woodside is expected to sign Thursday its final agreements to take up equity in Israel's giant Leviathan gas

Market View of Eco-Friendly LNG as a Viable Option to Meet Energy Needs Bodes Well for APAC EPC Contractors

The environmental benefits that liquefied natural gas (LNG) offers over oil and coal

Singapore LNG Stakes Claim for Second Terminal

Singapore LNG Corp. is touting its experience running Southeast Asia’s biggest liquefied natural gas receiving terminal as a sign it

Asian LNG buyers will need new sources if U.S. gas goes to Europe -CPC

Asian buyers of super-cooled gas in tankers will need to look for new supply out of Australia and East Africa if the

Novatek CEO sees no impact of U.S. sanctions on Yamal LNG project

Novatek sees no impact of U.S. sanctions on a co-owner on the progress of the Yamal LNG project, the chief

India: Oil refining sector outlook subdued on higher under-recoveries

Rating agency Icra yesterday painted a subdued outlook for the oil refiners in the near-term due to global

Asian Policies are Changing LNG Buyers' Risk profiles

At Gastech 2014 yesterday, Wood Mackenzie highlights that evolving Asian governments' energy policies are limiting the development

Nigerians consumed 250,000 tonnes of LPG in 2013, says PPMC

Nigerians consumed a paltry 30 per cent or 250,000 tonnes, out of the whopping 850,000 tonnes of Liquefied

Anadarko Plans LNG Mozambique Sales Based on U.S. Gas, Oil Price

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC) has inked deals to sell gas from Mozambique at a hybrid price linked to both

Australia's Woodside unable to ramp up LNG output if Ukraine gas cut -CEO

Australia's Woodside Petroleum has little room to boost its liquefied natural gas (LNG) output and would be

LNG prices to remain elevated at $14-16/Mmbtu on global demand: BofAML

Robust global demand combined with little new supply coming online until late 2014, should keep LNG prices

Global LNG prices rebound from lows as demand picks up

Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices may have bottomed out this week as Japanese buyers stepped back into the
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