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Shale Gas in the UK

Shale gas exploration is now featuring in the news headlines in the UK on an almost daily basis. The positions

Gas industry limps along in east Mediterranean

There have been changes in the balance of energy between countries of the Eastern Mediterranean region.

Philippines secures $1 bil financing to develop LNG, renewable energy sectors

The Philippines' Department of Energy and the Export-Import Bank of the United States have signed a

Future of South Stream pipeline "gloomy" - Eni CEO

The future of the South Stream pipeline project to carry Russian gas to Europe has been put in question by

Global Ethylene demand to grow 3.3% annually, China to show fastest growth: Wood Mackenzie

Ethylene production from export-oriented steam crackers associated with advantaged gas-based feedstocks

Russian share in European Union gas consumption jumps to 27 percent: data

The share of Russian gas in the total consumption of the 28 EU countries jumped by four percentage points to 27 percent

Domestic innovation aids China's push for shale gas

China will become the third country after the United States and Russia capable of designing and building the turbine-driven fracturing

Gas discovery near the Visund field in the North Sea - 34/8-17 S

The well was drilled on the northeast flank of the Visund field, in the northern part of the North Sea.

Nigeria: ‘Domestic Gas Consumption To Grow To 5.4bcf by 2019’

The prevailing gas infrastructure component of the gas master plan is designed to  increase domestic gas

Ophir Energy says Tanzania LNG project could be expanded

Tanzania's first planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal could be expanded after the project

Keystone XL critics take aim at natural gas export project

Environmentalists fighting the Keystone XL pipeline are rallying to block a Maryland natural gas export terminal as momentum builds

China's Jan apparent gas demand rises 15% on year to 16.89 Bcm

China's apparent demand for natural gas in January rose 15.3% year on year to 16.89 billion cubic meters, with much of the

China’s Crude Processing Rises to Record as New Refineries Start

China refined a record amount of crude last month as new plants owned by PetroChina Co. and Sinochem Group began operations.

Platts: Monthly Spot LNG Prices for April Delivery Fell 6.7% on Increased Supplies (21)

Prices of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for April delivery to Asia fell 6.7% to an average $18.113 per million British

Rosneft eyes 'integrated' cooperation with Japan in Russian Far East projects

Rosneft's CEO Igor Sechin on Wednesday invited Japanese companies to cooperate with the Russian company

Sinopec in talks to buy 15 pct in Petronas' Canada LNG project

China's biggest refiner Sinopec is in talks with Malaysia's Petronas to buy a 15 percent stake in a $20 billion

ICForecast Energy Outlook Looks beyond the Wicked Winter of 2014

ICF International, a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial

EU gas consumption falls for third year, down 1.4% in 2013: Eurogas

Gas consumption in the European Union's 28 member states fell by 1.4% on the year in 2013, according to gas industry

Coal seam gas expansion would push up prices, says thinktank

Coal seam gas mining will not bring down the gas price in Australia according to a report which also found

Environmental report says Freeport LNG will cause headaches for residents

A new federal report found few environmental concerns about a planned $13 billion liquefied natural gas
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