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EDITORIAL: RUSSIA’S TWO-PRONGED STRATEGY
The country’s biggest two gas companies have divergent approaches to market. Sadly for the state coffers, the private foreign venture is making all the running.
US SUMMER PRICES AT 20-YEAR LOWS
Surging US gas production has pushed prices down, despite the rapid growth in gas-fired power generation and liquefaction demand.
PRICE SLUMP WEIGHS ON APPALACHIAN DRILLERS
Most shale producers in the Appalachian Basin are expected to slow activity as natural gas prices remain persistently low.
A GREEN DEAL FOR EUROPE
The new European Commission has promised deep and expensive cuts to the region’s carbon emissions and parliament will hold it to account.
W AUSTRALIA FAVOURS NEW GAS PROJECTS
The gas-hungry state has introduced a new policy that grants major new projects greater freedoms when cutting their carbon emissions.
EGYPT’S GAS AND VISION 2030
Egypt’s Vision 2030 aims to make the economy diversified, competitive and balanced,” with energy one of the key pillars.
ROMANIA'S UPSTREAM REASSURANCES
After decades of declining gas production, the country is looking at a new round – but it has rattled investors with its rocky and random regulations.
GAS IN RUSSIA’S ARCTIC
Russia’s Gazprom Neft and Novatek plan to work together to search for oil and gas in the Chukchi Sea in the eastern Russian Arctic.
FRICTION IN THE BALKANS
Gazprom can no longer expect to get its own way even in countries outside the European Union, as new pipeline rules and cheaper LNG force change.