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Gas in Transition, the new magazine by Natural Gas World aims to provide our subscribers with the market information, insight and foresight to make informed decisions in the natural gas sector and in the emerging market of clean technologies.  

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Volume 1, Issue 1 - April 19, 2021

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In this Issue:

TIME TO ACT

The energy transition has deeply established itself in the natural gas industry’s psyche.

RUSSIA’S GRAND LNG DESIGNS

Russia wants to grab a greater slice of the asian lng market, and is wary of rising competition

AZERI FIND LIFTS CASPIAN HOPES

Azerbaijan’s president has hailed the discovery as a potential boost for the southern gas corridor, but more information is needed

TRANSITION DEAL EXTENDS LIFE OF UK E&P

Oil and gas production may continue for decades offshore uk but operators will be watched closely for any deviation from the net-zero carbon target.

TOTAL DIVERTS OIL CASH INTO NEW ENERGIES

Next month’s rebrand underlines totalenergies’ growth in sustainable energy, funded by its steady stream of low-cost, low-carbon oil and gas.

DOG DAYS

Canadian gas producers are optimistic of the long-term future, but concerned that weaker demand in the summer will bring increased volatility

BRAZIL OPENS UP GAS MARKET

Brazil’s new gas law will provide a better business environment for the gas industry, but more work is needed to create a competitive market

NEW DOUBTS OVER FATE OF MOZAMBIQUE LNG

The latest attacks in northern Mozambique create significant new risk and uncertainty for Mozambique LNG and other liquefaction projects in that area

AUSTRALIA PREPARES FOR BEETALOO PUSH

The government sees beetaloo as having an important role to play in Australia’s post-coronavirus recovery

AMMONIA AS FUEL… WHAT ABOUT THE FOOD?

The use of ammonia as fuel would create another potentially problematic link between agricultural and transport markets.

QATAR: BANKING ON LONGTERM LNG PROSPECTS

The surge in final investment decisions (FIDs) worldwide for new LNG production capacity in 2019 and the downturn in prices in winter 2019/2020, which lasted most of last year, has done nothing to derail Qatar’s LNG ambitions.

CHINA’S FOCUS ON SELFSUFFICIENCY WILL NOT HOLD BACK LNG DEMAND

The focus of China’s 14th five-year plan is self sufficiency with an implied short-term increase in coal use and a major effort to boost domestic gas production, alongside rapidly expanding renewables and nuclear capacity in electricity generation.

PROJECT SPOTLIGHT: RIO GRANDE LNG

From a record number of final investment decisions (FIDs) on new liquefaction capacity in 2019 to almost no approvals in 2020, the ups and downs of the LNG market are weeding out the weak from the strong this year.

ENERGY TRANSITION OR ENERGY COLLAPSE?

Writing off natural gas may not be such a good idea.

THE FUTURE OF NATURAL GAS IN A LOW-CARBON WORLD

Shell sees natural gas demand peak in 2034 in its new sky 1.5 scenario, which is designed to keep temperature increase limited to 1.5 degrees.

EUROPEAN HYDROGEN IMPORT PLANS

A series of recent announcements shows a growing number of players developing plans to import hydrogen into europe as the continent pursues its clean energy ambitions

BIOMETHANE IS THE BEST SOLUTION RIGHT NOW

“To reach carbon neutrality in 2050, we need to start now with available and scalable technologies such as biomethane – not wait for other renewable gases, such as green hydrogen, to scale up,” say harmen dekker and susanna pflüger, director and secretary general of the european biogas association in an interview with karel beckman.

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