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 2 - January 20, 2020
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In this Issue:
EDITORIAL: BRINGING GAS TO THE MASSES
Europe’s upstream will continue to battle stiff headwinds unless policy-makers take a pragmatic approach.
CHINA LOWERS THE BARRIERS FOR FOREIGN INVESTORS
Energy security imperatives mean China has to do what it can to bring in foreign investors with the know-how.
INDIA: STRIKING AN ENERGY BALANCE
What India’s government wants may cost more than what it is prepared to pay in social and economic terms, finds a new IEA report.
US GAS FINDS NEW HOMES
Certain US companies involved in natural gas are looking into new ways of tapping abundant resources and substituting it for fuels with higher emissions.
GAZPROM, UKRAINE, EC AND THE 11TH-HOUR DEAL
The transit agreement between Gazprom and Naftogaz was a study in brinkmanship, with Gazprom the first to blink with its $2.92bn payment to Naftogaz.
GREENING UP LNG
Natural gas, the bridge fuel to a low carbon world, must itself be greener or it will lose the fight for respectability.
HUNGARY RENEWS ITS VOWS
Who needs diversification when there is a major producer on your doorstep needing allies? Hungary’s government seems happy just the way things are.
PHILIPPINES DOWNSIZES ITS LNG AIMS
Competitive LNG markets enable smaller and quicker projects, giving the comfort that Manila needs before taking the plunge.
BANGLADESH FILLS THE GAS SUPPLY GAP
Once self-sufficient in gas, Bangladesh has turned to importing LNG in order to meet its surging demand for power. It is also opening up the market.