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Ukraine crisis unlikely to affect TAPI gas pipeline project

The ongoing Ukrainian crisis is unlikely to affect the proposed Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project.

Cyprus: Is LNG plant a dead duck?

Through deliberate delay or wavering, Cyprus may be letting plans slip for an onshore LNG plant, a gas expert

Total Says European Refiners’ Profit Margins Sink Three-Quarters

European refining margins shrank by three-quarters amid weak demand and competing imports, according to data from Total SA

Iran to begin swapping Turkmen oil products

Iran will start swapping Turkmenistan's oil products by the next four months.

Liquefied natural gas shows potential as a freight locomotive fuel

EIA projects that liquefied natural gas (LNG) will play an increasing role in powering freight locomotives in coming years. Continued growth

Douglas-Westwood: Are China’s Shale gas plays finally gaining momentum?

China introduced its ‘Shale Gas Development Plan (2011-2015)’ with targets to produce 6.5 bcf of shale gas production

Kuwait to open main tenders for new Zour refinery in May

Kuwait will issue the three main construction tenders for its new 615,000-barrels-per-day (bpd) oil refinery

Refiners turn to heavier crude to boost margins, insulate against shocks

The country’s relatively new public sector and private petroleum refineries, looking to improve margins, have

Stabilis Energy Announces Signing of Definitive Agreement to Purchase Encana Natural Gas Inc.'s Domestic LNG Business

Stabilis Energy announced that it has signed a definitive agreementto purchase substantially all of the U.S.

U.K. Gas Extends Biggest Rally Since 2011 Amid Ukraine Tensions

U.K. natural gas extended its biggest rally since 2011 as Ukraine tensions escalated, deepening a crisis that may affect flows

Australian LNG investment is at risk, but not as much as feared: Clyde Russell

The Australian oil and gas industry is telling everybody that a second wave of investment in liquefied natural

A tour of the most controversial proposed US LNG export facility

On a cold, rainy day this week, officials with Dominion led a small media tour of the Cove Point facility, where

Environmentally friendly fuel project forecast to up refineries' capacity

Executive manager of Kuwait National Petroleum Company Mohammad Ghazi Al-Mutair said on Sunday the

Pacific Rubiales building Colombia LNG pipeline, will supply Gazprom

Toronto-listed oil company Pacific Rubiales said it will spend as much as $200 million to build its pipeline in

Malaysia to boost oil storage business as new terminal starts on Saturday

Malaysia's biggest commercial oil storage facility will start operations on Saturday when it receives its first fuel

High-cost Australia may miss $180 bln LNG expansion wave

Stung by soaring costs, the gas industry paints a gloomy outlook for new liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in

Kazakhstan to develop gas industry

Kazakhstan, an energy-rich Caspian littoral state and one of the five Central Asian countries, has decided to

China's spot LPG prices dip in Guangdong market on rising supply

Spot LPG prices retreated slightly in South China this week due to rising supply, local traders said Friday.

ASIA SPOT LNG: May JKM ends week 45 cents lower at $14.95/MMBtu; supply outstrips demand

The Platts Japan Korea Marker for May delivery trended down 45 cents/MMBtu over the Asian trading week,

UK government sees more scope for refinery closures

Britain said there was scope for more UK refining capacity to close without undermining energy security but set up a new task
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