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Bulgaria PM says work on South Stream gas pipeline not stopped

12/03/2014
Bulgaria hasn't stopped preliminary work on the Russian-led South Stream gas pipeline project, its prime

Japan to study natural gas exchanges to boost transparency in wholesale market

12/03/2014
Japan will start talks on the possibility of creating natural gas exchanges to vitalize the wholesale market and

Russian military, Gas prowess: Ukraine over, Poland and Belarus next?

11/03/2014
If Russian President Vladimir Putin states that he has a dream, the ex-Soviet Republics would either have nightmares or have sleepless

Indonesia’s share of global LNG supply declines due to global and domestic demand growth

11/03/2014
After accounting for more than one third of global liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports throughout the

Rosneft and SIBUR sign new contracts for APG and dry gas supplies

11/03/2014
Igor Sechin, Rosneft's President and Chairman of the Management Board, and Leonid Mikhelson, Chairman of

South Africa must look to increasing its refining capacity

11/03/2014
In the spring of 2012, under pressure from the US, South Africa switched about 100,000 barrels a day of its

Chinese company makes off-market takeover bid for Australia's coal seam gas company

11/03/2014
Australia's Queensland coal seam gas (CSG) operator WestSide Corporation said Monday it had received an

Spain's weekly LNG throughput down 26.2% as Sagunto falls to zero

10/03/2014
Spanish LNG throughput dropped 26.2% year on year in the week ending March 9 weighed by a drop to zero at the Sagunto

Cyprus: 'Important decisions' on LNG terminal

10/03/2014
The new Cabinet expected to be appointed soon will be making important decisions as regards plans for an LNG plant, Minister of Energy,

Vitol gets more than it wants with Shell Australia deal

10/03/2014
It's relatively easy to see Royal Dutch Shell's motivation in selling its Australian refinery and retail network, but

Ukraine crisis may boost LNG prices if supply threatened

10/03/2014
A disruption of natural gas supplies to Europe by an escalation of Russia’s military action in Ukraine may boost

Europe oil refining guru back with growth plan

10/03/2014
One of Europe's most successful oil entrepreneurs, Marcel van Poecke, is back with a plan.

Demand for refined oil products ‘to stay high’

10/03/2014
Thousands of senior energy industry executives, leaders, and government officials gathered in Houston to

To blunt Russia, time for American natural gas diplomacy

10/03/2014
The American natural gas revolution has boosted economic competitiveness, and helped reduce U.S. carbon

Fracker's Dilemma Points Bayou Gas Producers to Asia

10/03/2014
A rustic expanse of bayous and timberland stretches across DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. Home to sand bass, natural gas and Billy

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

10/03/2014
Two recent developments have led Japan to realize that US supplies of LPG may not always be cheaper than supplies from the

Ukraine's Black Sea gas ambitions seen at risk over Crimea

10/03/2014
Ukrainian plans for expanding Black Sea natural gas output have been thrown into doubt by Russia's seizure of

Third time unlucky: why Gazprom wants no new gas war

10/03/2014
As bankers, traders and investors gathered at Gazprom's London offices for its annual champagne reception,

Russian oil giants in tussle over gas supplies

10/03/2014
Russia’s top crude oil producer Rosneft wants to break the monopoly of another state-owned energy

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

10/03/2014
U.S. domestic natural gas production in the lower 48 states averaged 65.8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/day)
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