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[NGW Magazine] New Issue Available - LNG At The Tipping Point: North American decisions loom large

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Volume 3, Issue 19 - October 15, 2018

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In this Issue:

EDITORIAL: A NEW DAWN

LNG Canada’s announcement in early October that its five joint venture partners had agreed to the C$40bn liquefaction project on Canada’s west coast at Kitimat, BC is being hailed as a new dawn for the moribund Canadian gas industry.

IS NATURAL GAS TOO EXPENSIVE FOR ITS OWN GOOD?

High prices choke off demand, forcing companies and countries to look for more competitively priced sources of energy – even if they are less clean.

TRELLEBORG MARKETS ITS LNG HOSES

Trelleborg, known for ship-to-ship transfer systems for crude oil and liquids, is now marketing its time- and cost saving LNG hoses, following successful operations.

SEEKING AN EDGE IN LIQUEFACTION

This is going to be a busy year for final investment decisions in North America: here, four projects explain their strengths.

MORE LNG NEEDED AFTER 2022

LNG project breakeven prices and production forecasts were among the insights delivered at Rystad Energy’s annual summit.

GOLAR LNG CHAIRMAN TROIM TALKS ABOUT THE $600BN OIL-TO-LNG OPPORTUNITY

There’s room enough for all kinds of investors and financiers. Not everyone wants to leap first though.

TURKEY’S GAS IMPORTERS FACING RUSSIAN TAKE-OR-PAY SHOWDOWN

Turkey’s seven private sector gas importers together with state owned import Botas are facing a likely take-or-pay showdown with Gazprom as imports for the year appear certain to fall short of take-or-pay commitments under their various individual contracts.

DAMP SQUIB FOR FINNISH GAS

The European Commission has funded a key gas import route for Finland, but now Gazprom’s wings have been clipped, liberalisation is not what it was.

ARGENTINE LNG MARKET GETS BOOST

Argentina is hoping to switch from imports to exports of gas once its infrastructure allows it to reach a coast; several routes are under discussion.

LNG STUCK IN THE SLOW LANE

Bunkering needs to clean up as new low-sulphur regulations come into force in 2020 but switching to LNG is slower than it could be.

SCOPING THE FUTURE OF ENERGY 

Digitalisation is key to the energy transition: it is also key to the cost-saving that the upstream and mid-stream sectors must implement.