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Arpel

Arpel-Naturgas Week: Colombia pivots to Venezuelan gas despite offshore bounty

An announcement this week at the Arpel-Naturgas conference in Cartagena suggests that the administration of Colombian President Gustavo Petro is putting more emphasis on Venezuelan gas than domestic alternatives.

South China Sea

China thwarts Vietnam’s gas production targets in South China Sea

Beijing’s actions in the South China Sea could derail Vietnam’s national energy plan, which aims to more than double electricity generation capacity.

energy shortages

South Africa turns to gas to ease energy shortages

Several natural gas projects are under development in South Africa as the country seeks to ease energy shortages and reduce its dependence on coal, but there are calls for more renewables to be added to the energy mix.

LNG export

LNG export expansion in British Columbia “not a slam dunk”

A major buildout of LNG export terminals on Canada’s Pacific Coast rests on assumptions of long-term demand growth in Asia. But those forecasts are highly uncertain, two different reports warn.

Bangladesh gas

Bangladesh gas tariff hike hits power plants, consumers

Last year the Bangladeshi government already raised gas tariffs for power plants by 178.88% cent to Tk 14 per cubic meter.

US LNG

Persian Gulf States may invest in U.S. LNG

Analysts say that potential investments from Saudi Aramco and ADNOC in U.S. LNG could propel projects forward. Meanwhile, in Houston, gas executives voiced confidence in the trajectory of their industry at CERAWeek.

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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.