Articles tagged with "#LNG"
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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.
Climate activists blasted a communique from the G7 nations, which issued qualified support for investment in more gas supplies.
For years, proposed U.S. LNG projects could count on the government to extend their export licenses. But a recent policy change means extensions may be harder to come by, leaving delayed LNG projects stuck on the drawing board.
The Biden administration has supported an expansion of gas exports. But members of his own party warn that the buildout of U.S. LNG pollutes local communities and amounts to a major setback for the climate.
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.
European LNG buyers might not be able to secure all the LNG they need amid a widening disconnect between buyers and producers.
Gas producer Cheniere is pushing ahead with U.S. LNG expansion at its Corpus Christi terminal and proposed expansion of its Sabine Pass terminal.
The Philippines’ energy sector has recently seen its first imported LNG shipment, but regulatory, market and financial complications persist.
Federal regulators dismissed environmental justice and climate concerns related to two large, proposed southern Texas LNG terminals.
The approval of a massive Alaska LNG project was met with outrage from climate groups. But the project has economic hurdles that raise questions about its viability.
Developers of gas and LNG in Asia, especially Southeast Asia, are being challenged by cheaper wind and solar production costs.
Using an optical gas imaging camera, which detects pollutants that are otherwise invisible, Earthworks found extensive emissions including methane pollution from U.S. LNG export terminals in Louisiana.
France’s Société Générale pulled out of Rio Grande LNG. The project in south Texas still intends to move forward, but financial headwinds have recently increased.
In its haste to replace lost imports of Russian gas to Europe with new LNG buildout, the continent risks major import overcapacity, experts say.
Despite chronic air pollution and equipment malfunctions from an LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, more projects are moving forward.
Fundamental LNG market changes will be felt for the rest of the decade, including in Asia-Pacific — home to two-thirds of global LNG demand — according to a new report.
High inflation and ‘abnormal’ hikes in gas prices in Bangladesh could lead to worker unrest in the garment industry, and greater energy poverty, experts say.
Some policymakers are promising that gas and LNG infrastructure will be used for hydrogen in the future. But “hydrogen-ready” claims are misleading, and risk undermining climate targets.
A major Texas LNG project is promising to be the “greenest” LNG project in the world. But critics say it rests on ‘speculative’ and unproven carbon capture and sequestration technologies.
While much of the Texas coast is inundated with oil and gas infrastructure, the southern coast remains largely untouched by heavy industry. That could change with big plans for Texas LNG export terminals.