Daily review of natural gas prices – Henry Hub, JKM, TTF – and key market events
Gas Prices at the hubs:
Day change: $0.019, up 0.6% | Settle: $2.882 | March 2021
Day change: $0.647, up 9.9% | Settle: $7.132 | March 2021
Day change: $0.045, up 0.5% | Settle: $8.430 | March 2021
Bake Hughes Index Rig Count: gas rigs +4 last week to 92 rigs total with 2 rig additions in the Haynesville and +2 in Appalachia.
Qatar has awarded the EPC contract for the planned 4 train, 33 mtpa expansion project to a JV of Chiyoda and Technip for $28.75 billion (~$880/tonne).
Qatari energy minister Saad al-Kaabi indicated “great interest” from international oil companies to participate and is sending documents soliciting interest next week.
LNG Canada is “a bit behind” its construction schedule due to Covid-related disruptions, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden told analysts during their earnings call.
He added that Shell aims to bring the Prelude FLNG plant to full production after it was shut down for a year due to electrical difficulties.
Amazon has ordered more than 700 compressed natural gas heavy duty trucks as it seeks ways to reduce CO2 emissions in its operations.
The UK announced preferred bidders for six offshore wind projects totaling 8 GW of capacity, including RWE, Total + Macquarie, BP + EnBW, and Cobra + Flotation Energy.
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