KBR Announces Executive Appointment for Middle East and North Africa.
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KBR Announces Executive Appointment for Middle East and North Africa.

     HOUSTON – May 15, 2015 – KBR announced today that Jay Ibrahim has been appointed to serve as President of Engineering and Construction, Middle East and North…

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The Gaza Marine field: Left Behind
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The Gaza Marine field: Left Behind

The East Med is natural gas-rich  The Eastern Mediterranean region’s transition into a potential player in the natural gas market has been highly publicised in the recent years.…

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Egypt-Israel Deal Any Closer Amid Middle East Frenzy?
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Egypt-Israel Deal Any Closer Amid Middle East Frenzy?

  BG International continues negotiations to buy gas from the deepwater Leviathan field offshore Israel for its LNG facility in Idku, Egypt, improving the prospects of a deal…

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Lebanon’s Offshore Natural Gas: A Complicated Story
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Lebanon’s Offshore Natural Gas: A Complicated Story

  I have recently participated in a couple of conferences related to the possible development of an energy sector in Lebanon. Although one of the conferences covered in…

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Fundamentals unsupportive of Henry Hub futures
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Fundamentals unsupportive of Henry Hub futures

The Henry Hub front-month futures price has received some support in recent days, helping it to move above $3/MMBtu. The price received support following the weekly natural gas…

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Mozambique takes on the LNG heavyweights
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Mozambique takes on the LNG heavyweights

The global LNG market is in a dramatic state of flux. Australia is set to overtake Qatar as the world’s largest producer, while a number of other countries…

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An outlook for spot LNG pricing and trading in 2015
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An outlook for spot LNG pricing and trading in 2015

      1) Shell-BG’s deal: The impending merger of two heavyweights into a single behemoth means less choice for buyers; a possible upside is Shell-BG’s competitors may slash…

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Natural gas-fired electric power plants: A key element for the future
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Natural gas-fired electric power plants: A key element for the future

Estimates and Forecasts Demand for power generation has grown immensely with tremendous growth in the world population and the consequent need to fulfill the ever-increasing demands. Natural gas is…

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