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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Israel is abandoning the requirement of separate marketing of natural gas from the Leviathan reservoir.
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Israel is abandoning the requirement of separate marketing of natural gas from the Leviathan reservoir.

Three months after the state presented its compromise formula for generating competition in the natural gas sector to the partners in the Leviathan gas reservoir, it has come…

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FSRU regasification to meet rising demand
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FSRU regasification to meet rising demand

According to the latest research from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), floating LNG (FLNG) regasification is being used to meet rising natural gas demand in smaller markets.…

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Gas price convergence stalls Spanish LNG exports
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Gas price convergence stalls Spanish LNG exports

(Reuters) – Collapsing demand for Spanish LNG exports caused by global gas prices converging is trapping more supply in the country’s domestic market amid a halving in pipeline…

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Egypt homes in on Cyprus’s Aphrodite gas find
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Egypt homes in on Cyprus’s Aphrodite gas find

Egypt is pinning its hopes on Cyprus and its large offshore gas reserves, following a second high-level state visit by the Egyptian premier to the island state. Although…

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Lebanese lobby group pushes gas governance
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Lebanese lobby group pushes gas governance

Lebanese energy experts frustrated with the political deadlock surrounding the stalled hydrocarbons sector are building the country’s first gas-specific lobby group to try to force progress on the…

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Israel Gas Deadlock
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Israel Gas Deadlock

Bureaucratic wrangling and ever changing regulations are frustrating what could be Israel’s natural gas revolution. In the past five years, gas reserves have been discovered in Israel that…

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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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