Natural Gas World Magazine delves into current developments and the most critical global events, explaining why they matter and their potential short to medium term consequences.
Volume 6, Issue 5 - March 1, 2021
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In this Issue:
EDITORIAL: SMOKE SIGNALS
High emissions prices and draft financing rules make life hard in the EU.
US STORM LASHES INFRASTRUCTURE
The winter storm that hit much of the US in mid-February had a severe and wide-ranging impact, including on the natural gas industry, and in Texas in particular.
EUROPE’S JUST TRANSITION (1): GAS INDUSTRY FIGHTS GHG LIMITS
Gas-to-power and even blue hydrogen projects may find it hard to meet GHG emission thresholds set out in the EU’s Taxonomy Regulation.
EUROPE’S JUST TRANSITION (2): THE POLITICS OF CHANGE
Eastern and southern European countries are lobbying to change the sustainable finance rules so gas may support the transition.
INDIA TURNS OVER A NEW LEAF
The economy is being dragged into the gas era more quickly with a mix of policy decisions but price is always a sensitive issue, the IEA finds.
CHINESE NOCS PLAY FOR TIME
Gas production is going full steam ahead as the oil companies await further regulatory guidance and abide by the obligation to guarantee energy security.
QATAR TAKES THE PLUNGE
Qatar could go ahead with the expansion of its LNG complex alone, but there are companies out there looking to boost their LNG supplies.
EU’S NEW MEDITERRANEAN AGENDA
The European Union’s move to carbon neutrality offers opportunities to countries on its doorstep that are rich in renewable energy resources. But it faces competition from China.
ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO BACK FOR BOLIVIA’S GAS
The South American country has solid fundamentals to support a bright natural gas future, but investors appear uninterested and time may be running out.