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 15 - August 3, 2020
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In this Issue:
EDITORIAL: AGONISING REAPPRAISALS
This year’s crisis has forced companies’ hands: big changes are coming.
POLAND CONSOLIDATES ITS ENERGY SECTOR
The Polish state is merging its major energy interests to create a formidable enterprise that it says is needed if it is to succeed with the energy transition.
NOBLE PROVES A NEAT FIT FOR CHEVRON
Chevron’s move to acquire Noble Energy will help the US super-major to diversify the mix of its portfolio abroad while also complementing it at home.
HYDROGEN: ANY COLOUR BUT GREY
Defying common sense/vital for Europe’s long-term climate change goals, green hydrogen is part of the circular economy – once blue hydrogen has prepared the way.
GERMANY PLANS FOR A NET-ZERO CARBON WORLD
Europe’s industrial power-house is committed to green energy: ousting coal and lignite is just the beginning of the challenge facing the economy.
CRUNCH TIME FOR LNG
With LNG prices staying low and no glimpse of any respite on the horizon, many in the industry will be satisfied with merely surviving.
MARKET BARRIERS HAMPER EU HUB LIQUIDITY
Several gas hubs in Europe are showing signs of improved liquidity, but persisting market barriers mean that there is no immediate threat to the Dutch or UK lead.
INDIA RELAXES GAS PRICE CONTROLS
The government is hoping a new gas exchange will send better signals for the further development of the market as it wants to boost gas supply. The director of IGX, Rajesh Mediratta, explains the benefits to NGW.
MAJORS ADOPT GREEN TARGETS
The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, a group of the world’s biggest oil companies, last month set targets to cut emissions as a proportion of their output, promoting gas in the process.
GAZPROM FOCUSES ON COST CONTROL
The Russian gas supplier has reportedly bought its two main contractors as part of efforts to keep its spending in check.