global LNG

Methane import taxes could influence global LNG market

A new report finds that EU levies on imported methane could help clean up gas operations, but may also lead to a two-tiered global LNG market.

Canadian gas

Canadian LNG project inks 20-year deal with Shell

A Canadian LNG project in northern British Columbia has agreed to a 20-year purchase agreement with Shell.

appalachian gas

Appalachian gas growth comes to an end – study

The U.S. region powered the shale gas boom for over a decade. But pipeline constraints mean that production growth of Appalachian gas is stalling out.

us gas

U.S. gas surplus keeps prices down

Drilling activity has slowed with ample levels of U.S. gas sitting in storage.

u.s. lng exports

Higher U.S. LNG exports drive up prices

A forecast by the EIA shows U.S. LNG exports rising in the years to come. The more gas that is exported, the higher domestic prices rise.

Russian gas

Russian gas to Europe may continue post-2030: Eurogas

Europe will likely continue to receive Russian gas in some form in the coming years, conference delegates heard.

LNG suppliers

LNG suppliers look to Europe as it faces gas dilemma: execs

Europe needs to make up its mind on whether it wants to be an “opportunistic” short-term buyer from LNG suppliers or whether it wants to provide long-term signals to investors, energy executives said.

power plant emissions

U.S. EPA to unveil limits on power plant emissions

The first-of-its-kind limits on power plant emissions would mark a major turning point in U.S. climate action

new york gas

Growth of New York gas utilities puts customers at risk

New York gas utilities continue to spend billions of dollars on gas infrastructure. Unless the legislature and regulators step in and manage the energy transition more actively, utility bills will soar and the state will blow past climate targets, a new report warns.

new york city gas ban

New York City gas ban on the cards

The potential New York City gas ban includes a proposed new “Cap-and-Invest” programme to speed up the energy transition.

Cooking with gas a health hazard, EU not regulating it

Indoor air pollution from gas cooking poses a health hazard to over 100 million European households, according to a new study.

Ecuador crawls into renewables and gas

Compared with other South American countries such as Brazil and Chile, Ecuador has lagged in adopting renewable energy.