International LNG import terminals head offshore, EIA says
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International LNG import terminals head offshore, EIA says

Offshore LNG import terminals have gone international, as a number of smaller importers are hoping to use the floating facilities to bridge the gap until onshore facilities can…

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700m cubic feet of gas to be imported daily from Cyprus by 2017: EGAS
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700m cubic feet of gas to be imported daily from Cyprus by 2017: EGAS

  Marine pipeline will be established to Aphrodite field within three years. The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) is negotiating to import roughly 700m cubic feet of…

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No gas cartel decision before new governent formed
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No gas cartel decision before new governent formed

The Israel Antitrust Authority is avoiding meetings with the gas companies and the other regulators. Last week, the partners in the Leviathan natural gas field were to have…

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Oil & Gas Seminar Invitation: American University of Beirut
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Oil & Gas Seminar Invitation: American University of Beirut

   The Abdul Aziz Al Sagar Chair in Finance and the Olayan School of Business, American University of Beirut Cordially invite you to a Panel Discussion “OIL AND…

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Commercialization of the Cypriot Gas Underway
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Commercialization of the Cypriot Gas Underway

Cyprus’ energy future seems bleak, with TOTAL’s (perhaps temporary) withdrawal from Cyprus and ENI’s disappointing exploratory results. The partners in the Aphrodite field, discovered in 2011 and estimated…

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Cyprus Block 12 development plan
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Cyprus Block 12 development plan

Noble and its partners are expected to formally declare commerciality for the Aphrodite gas field this month, followed by submission of a Development Plan soon after. A lot…

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Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) hedges its bets with ‘practical’ Tamar decision
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Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) hedges its bets with ‘practical’ Tamar decision

  The decision by Israel’s dominant electricity company to exercise only part of its purchase option for gas from the Tamar field should benefit other projects in the…

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BG’s Egypt assets fit with Shell’s long-term bet
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BG’s Egypt assets fit with Shell’s long-term bet

Shell’s $70 billion takeover of BG Group is likely to be good news for BG’s troubled assets in Egypt, analysts and industry figures say, despite suggestions the new…

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