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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.

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.

Methane emissions from oil and gas 3x higher than official estimates: new study

Researchers recorded nearly 1 million measurements across major U.S. oil and gas production sites, and found methane emissions far higher than U.S. EPA data suggests.

U.S. gas prices drop to multi-decade lows, forcing drilling rein-in

U.S. gas prices plunged below $2/MMBtu this winter, largely because of warm weather. Gas companies unable to turn a profit are slashing drilling plans.

hydrogen hubs

Biden Administration’s $7bn hydrogen hubs bring climate risk

The U.S. grants for several blue "hydrogen hub" concepts risk promoting a dirty and expensive technology, critics say. But upcoming hydrogen subsidy rules could still build a cleaner green hydrogen industry.

emissions cap

Canada prepares emissions cap for oil and gas sector

After repeatedly missing climate targets in recent years, Canada’s oil and gas sector emissions cap could be “groundbreaking.” But the industry is fighting to weaken it.

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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.