LNG
Investors beware in Indonesia
18 May 2016
Resource nationalism seems to have killed a viable and important gas project in Indonesia
Small is beautiful
18 May 2016
Flexible, floating regasification terminals, taking less LNG over shorter periods, are on the rise, taking advantage of cheap prices and abundant supply
Stepping into the spotlight
3 May 2016
In surveys conducted in partnership with Petronas, we asked respondents to consider the opportunities and challenges facing liquefied natural gas. The results show optimism and realism in similar measures
Still pinning hopes on Asia
3 May 2016
Fast-growing new demand centres in the region will help absorb the glut, says US exporter Cheniere
Will China and India really be big markets for LNG?
27 April 2016
Coal’s resilience and a stronger push for renewables may dampen the countries’ enthusiasm for seaborne gas
Chinese policies enhance LNG
15 April 2016
The final survey conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas considered the impact of Chinese liberalisation
LNG markets set to grow
14 April 2016
In the third of four surveys conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas, we looked at how competitive liquefied natural gas really is, and how it can become more so
Technology holds the key for LNG
13 April 2016
In the second of four surveys conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas at LNG18, we uncovered the most pressing requirements for today’s liquefied natural gas producers, and how Australia’s market is shaping up
LNG producers waking up to flexibility
13 April 2016
In a buyer’s market, exporters will need to scrap destination clauses and make other concessions to importers
The emergence of an Asia-Pacific LNG trading hub
12 April 2016
Professor Jonathan Stern from the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies (OIES) sees a stable future for liquefied natural gas in the region
LNG's Asian future
12 April 2016
In the first of four surveys conducted by Petroleum Economist in partnership with Petronas, we looked at the main challenges facing the liquefied natural gas market
Looking past the glut
6 April 2016
Charif Souki and Martin Houston think now is the time to start building more US liquefaction capacity
Russia's slow trains
4 April 2016
Hit by sanctions and with big pipeline-export projects to digest, Russian LNG supply will grow more sedately than once planned
Qatari flexy time
4 April 2016
Qatar’s LNG marketing strategy has shifted. It is now cutting deals to keep its market share
East Africa LNG creeping along
4 April 2016
Mozambique is still leading the race for East Africa’s first LNG project. But there, as in Tanzania, it’s more a marathon than a sprint
Missing the boat
4 April 2016
From Cyprus to the Niger Delta, developers hope to add lucrative new LNG capacity. The timing is bad
Big gloom, small promise
4 April 2016
New Asian LNG demand centres are emerging while the region’s big consumers need less of the fuel
The LNG dumping ground
4 April 2016
Diversification and a drive to cut coal use should increase Europe’s LNG regasification capacity, making it a sink for spare cargoes
Latin American LNG demand dries up
4 April 2016
The return of hydropower, economic pain and cheaper alternatives are dampening regional LNG consumption
LNG: a fungible tangible
4 April 2016
A shift away from big-budget projects to smaller-scale plants will fundamentally change the market
Rocky shores
4 April 2016
Canada’s LNG-export hopes are fading fast
There she blows
4 April 2016
LNG from the US’ lower 48 has set sail on troubled waters
LNG: gloomy now, brighter soon
4 April 2016
LNG producers must have faith. The glut will pass and the market will need their gas
Floating LNG is drifting along
4 April 2016
The market slowdown means floating LNG isn’t moving ahead as quickly as its proponents thought it would
Transport's energy of the future
4 April 2016
Cheap oil is stalling LNG’s growth in transport. But the opportunity remains great
The new super-producer emerges
4 April 2016
Years in the making, Australian LNG is about to change the global supply balance