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Is there a place for LNG in Europe?

By Anouk Honore – Oxford Institute for Energy Studies In 2018, the European market(s) represented almost 16 per cent of the global LNG market (GIIGNL 2019 Report). Volumes imported to the region vary greatly from one year to another. This…

What’s next for LNG market?

What will the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market of tomorrow look like? Today, a number of newer business models have emerged due to rapidly changing dynamics that have impacted the market, including increasing resource availability, new…

Serbia, Russia to launch joint LNG projects

The Ministry of Mining and Energy of Serbia and Russian state gas company Gazprom have signed an agreement on the construction of natural gas (LNG) stations in Serbia, according to emerging-europe.com. “Serbia and Gazprom will aim to…

Greece: LNG as a marine fuel

Greece is ready to enter the era of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel, since DEPA is conducting the tender to select an advisor, which will select the shipyard to build an LNG bunker vessel. During the first phase 23 companies…

Bloomberg: Europe bailed out by cheap LNG

In the Netherlands, once Europe’s largest natural gas supplier, one of the big questions is how to deal with declining production and increasing reliance on imports. For hundreds of energy traders, utility executives and analysts…

Canete sees US LNG contributing to carbon goals

Imports of liquefied natural gas from the US “can play a very important role for our security of supply,” and also contribute to the EU’s emission reduction goals, the European Commission said on Thursday (2 May). Europe and the US have…

‘Freedom gas’: US opens LNG floodgates to Europe

US energy secretary Rick Perry will sign two export orders for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Brussels today (2 May), in a move officials said will double America’s export capacity to Europe to 112 billion cubic meters per year as of 2020.…

Higher volume of spot LNG trades seen in 2019

The global LNG shipping spot market is expected to remain strong in 2019 on the back of higher spot LNG demand and trading volume growth outpacing LNG vessel supply, according to analysts and ship brokers. Higher spot freight rates could…

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