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Latam gas demand drop weighs on LNG imports from United States
-7/9/2020 7:09:54 PM
A sharp drop in Latin American gas demand amid the coronavirus crisis this year reduced imports of U.S. LNG but paved the way for supplies from alternative sources
JERA says booked hefty one-off losses on 2019/20 LNG supplies
-7/9/2020 7:08:00 PM
Japan’s JERA booked tens of billions of yen in estimated one-off losses on its supply in the year ended on March 31, due to slumping prices.
Coronavirus demand destruction cuts U.S. LNG exports to over 20-month low
-7/9/2020 7:06:02 PM
Natural gas flows to U.S. LNG export plants plunged this month after falling to a 20-month low in June as coronavirus lockdowns cut global demand for the fuel.
Air Products, ACWA Power and NEOM sign agreement for $5 B green hydrogen production facility
-7/9/2020 3:37:05 PM
Air Products, in conjunction with ACWA Power and NEOM, announced the signing of an agreement for a $5 billion world-scale green hydrogen-based ammonia production facility powered by renewable energy.
Total secures $15.8 B in funding for Mozambique gas project
-7/8/2020 7:36:42 PM
French oil major Total has secured $15.8 billion in funding for its massive LNG project in northern Mozambique.
Linde starts up plants to supply Celanese and other customers in the U.S. Gulf Coast
-7/8/2020 7:20:49 PM
Linde announced it has started up a state-of-the-art hydrogen and carbon monoxide facility in Clear Lake, Texas (TX), as well as a new air separation unit in LaPorte, TX.
EU to boost green hydrogen use for decarbonization, focus on energy efficiency
-7/8/2020 4:59:37 PM
The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled a strategy to scale up renewable hydrogen projects across polluting sectors from chemicals to steel and push for clean fuels and energy efficiency to meet the EU’s net-zero emissions goal by 2050.
U.S. Energy Dept. approves LNG exports from Oregon
-7/7/2020 2:53:41 PM
The U.S. Energy Department on Monday approved the export of up to 1 billion cubic feet per day of LNG from a proposed terminal in Oregon, a move it said would ease U.S. sales of the fuel to Asian markets.
India's Essar Steel seeks LNG cargoes
-7/7/2020 2:51:48 PM
India’s Essar Steel is seeking LNG cargoes for delivery over 2021 to 2023
Global LNG projects jeopardized by climate concerns, pandemic delays
-7/7/2020 2:50:05 PM
Prospects for nearly half of the world’s projects to build infrastructure for exporting LNG have faltered in recent months, amid rising concerns about climate change, public protests and delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Midwest products prices due to rise from Dakota Access pipeline shutdown
-7/7/2020 2:43:48 PM
Prices for gasoline and diesel in the U.S. Midwest could rise in the coming months, market participants said, because of a U.S. court ruling that ordered the largest pipeline from the North Dakota shale oil fields to be shut within a month.
Buffett's Berkshire to buy Dominion Energy gas assets
-7/6/2020 4:25:30 PM
Berkshire Hathaway Inc said its energy unit will buy Dominion Energy Inc’s natural gas transmission and storage network for $4 billion, helping billionaire Chairman Warren Buffett reduce his conglomerate’s cash pile while letting Dominion focus on utilities operations.
Gas exporters book 90% capacity of key pipeline link from Russia via Poland
-7/6/2020 4:21:35 PM
Gas exporters have booked almost 90% of the capacity of the Yamal-Europe pipeline’s Polish section in the period from Oct. 1 this year and Sept. 30 2021, data showed, suggesting Russia will continue to pump gas to Europe via the link.
Air Products and thyssenkrupp sign exclusive strategic cooperation agreement for world-scale electrolysis plants to generate green hydrogen
-7/6/2020 2:42:50 PM
Air Products, a world leader in industrial gases megaproject development, and thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers, the world leader in technologies and comprehensive solutions for large-scale electrolysis plants, announced the signing of a Strategic Cooperation Agreement. The two companies will collaborate exclusively in key regions to develop projects supplying green hydrogen.
Mammoet transports equipment for Sakhalin-2 project
-7/2/2020 7:42:39 PM
Mammoet transported 22 pieces of vital equipment to the onshore processing facility compression site, as part of the Sakhalin-2 project, despite extreme conditions.
Japan's investment drive in LNG faces risk of souring
-7/2/2020 3:03:56 PM
Japan’s banks and public agencies have funnelled nearly $25 billion into LNG projects since 2017 but the investments may sour as prices plummet from the COVID-19 pandemic and as climate change risks rise, a new study shows.
Group welcomes plan to build new clean hydrogen plant at Saltend Chemicals
-7/2/2020 2:56:33 PM
Owner operators of the Saltend Chemicals Park, px Group, welcomed the news Equinor plans to build a world-leading clean hydrogen plant at the Park, which they believe can be the first step in the creation of a decarbonized industrial cluster in the Humber region.
Turkey's Botas cuts natural gas price for industry
-7/1/2020 3:00:04 PM
Turkish state energy company Botas has cut natural gas prices for the industrial sector by up to 12.5%
India to simplify gas pipeline tariff to boost demand
-7/1/2020 2:57:16 PM
India is simplifying its gas pipeline tariff structure to make the fuel more affordable and to attract investment for building gas infrastructure in the country.
Equinor to build hydrogen plant with carbon capture
-7/1/2020 2:55:22 PM
Equinor plans to build a plant in Britain to produce hydrogen from natural gas in combination with carbon capture and storage.
Petronet says Qatargas, Exxon objected to force majeure on LNG imports
-6/30/2020 7:43:50 PM
India’s top gas importer Petronet LNG said suppliers Qatargas and Exxon Mobil Corp objected to the force majeure it invoked in March after local demand slumped because of lockdowns to stem the spread of COVID-19.
Germany's gas imports rose in April, first four months of year
-6/30/2020 3:01:03 PM
Germany imported 13.3% more natural gas in April than a year earlier and 8.7% more in January-April compared with the same period of 2019.
Hudong-Zhonghua signs LNG shipbuilding contract
-6/30/2020 2:59:28 PM
Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding Co, a unit of China State Shipbuilding Corp, has signed contract to construct three LNG carriers worth 3.9 billion yuan ($551.62 million
India's top gas importer close to long-term deal around spot prices
-6/30/2020 2:56:25 PM
India’s top gas importer Petronet LNG will soon finalize a deal to import at least 1 million tons per year (MMtpy) of LNG with prices near the spot markets
Shell says open to new LNG projects in Russia including with Novatek
-6/29/2020 7:17:00 PM
Royal Dutch Shell is open to taking part in new liquefied natural gas projects in Russia including with private gas firm Novatek

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
Global gas is facing a demand hit from the coronavirus pandemic and a structural oversupply in the LNG market following the startups of new LNG export projects in Australia and the U.S.
Industry Focus: Russia Accelerates Fight For Global Gas Export Market Share
-Eugene Gerden
Russia aims to ramp up its efforts to gain more gas export market share this year, despite an unfavorable business environment and growing pressure from major competitors.
Regional Focus: South Africa’s transport strategy to shape country’s gas sector
-Shem Oirere
South Africa’s Gas Utilization Master Plan outlines how the gas sector will be developed. As the country proceeds with the plan,

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