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China: Growing Import Volumes of LNG highlight China’s Energy Import Dependency

China’s gas demand looks set to remain relatively strong over the next several years, driven largely by government environmental policies.. Author: Stephen O'Sullivan, OIES

Rethinking US Natural Gas Exports and Climate-Change Benefits

While LNG exports can help reduce CO2 emissions in the global power sector through coal-to-gas and liquid fuels–to-gas switching, the benefits may be far...

Statistical Review of World Energy

Gas production and consumption registered record-high volumetric increases in 2018. Production increased by 5.2%, the highest rate since 2010 and more than double the...

LNG Review May 2019-Recent issues and events

As of the end of May 2019, the fourth LNG export project in the mainland of the United States - Cameron LNG in Hackberry,...

LNG Market Tightness

Since December 2018 with global spare capacity increasing for the first time in the last 3 years, we are witnessing a sharp decrease of...

Qatar’s Natural Gas Development Policy

Given Qatar's LNG and natural gas exports on record, its position as a stable natural gas supplier will remain unshaken even amid uncertainties about...

Monthly Gas Report

Total OECD indigenous production of natural gas grew by 8.2% in the first quarter of 2019 compared to the same period last year, driven...

Japan Spot LNG Price May

According to date from METI, the average contract price of spot-LNG imported into Japan in May 2019 was 5.4USD/MMBtu. Author: METI

Midstream and Upstream Investment

The logjam of new LNG project approvals has been broken and 2019 could be a big year for new gas infrastructure. Author: IEA

EU LNG Terminals

European LNG imports have surged during the first quarter of 2019. Some EU wholesale gas markets have been more attractive than others in absorbing...

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China: Growing Import Volumes of LNG highlight China’s Energy Import Dependency

China’s gas demand looks set to remain relatively strong over the next several years, driven largely by government environmental policies.. Author: Stephen O'Sullivan, OIES

Rethinking US Natural Gas Exports and Climate-Change Benefits

While LNG exports can help reduce CO2 emissions in the global power sector through coal-to-gas and liquid fuels–to-gas switching, the benefits may be far...

Statistical Review of World Energy

Gas production and consumption registered record-high volumetric increases in 2018. Production increased by 5.2%, the highest rate since 2010 and more than double the...