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 5, Issue 10 - May 25, 2020
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In this Issue:
EDITORIAL: ORDEAL BY PIPELINE
Oil companies and governments are in the same existential bind.
CRACKING ON WITH HYDROGEN
Hydrogen is the quickest decarbonisation route for most links in the gas value chain and it may become imperative for European industries who want to stay in business.
NORWEGIAN CCS GETS INVESTORS
The Northern Lights project is good to go: funding has been allocated, the technology tested and customers are lined up.
THE ECONOMY-ENVIRONMENT TUG-OF-WAR
Governments have to balance competing claims on their tax-payers’ money: in the trade-off between lower emissions and a stronger economy, the latter will win.
COMPETITION THRIVES IN CHINA
China’s provinces are competing with each other to grab market share and LNG is the main weapon in their armouries, in the latest example of capitalism with Chinese characteristics.
STATE OF THE GLOBAL LNG INDUSTRY
As demand, not supply, takes the lead in the endless dance, capital-intensive, slow pay-back LNG projects must sit this period out and work on becoming greener.
GAS DOMINATES US POWER GENERATION
Natural gas continues to dominate US power generation, but it has now become a two-horse race as ever-cheaper renewable generation is rising even faster than gas.
GAS BRIGHTENS AS OIL DIMS IN CANADA
Covid-19 is continuing its assault on oil and refined product demand, but investors are finding come comfort in Canadian gas-weighted stocks.
Central Asia boasts large gas resources but few export outlets: their challenge is to add value but retain foreign expertise.