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NGW Magazine's new issue available: US-China Tensions Spell Bad News for LNG

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Volume 4, Issue 16 - September 2, 2019

NGW Magazine Vol. 4, Issue 16

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In this Issue:

EDITORIAL: PROPORTIONATE REGULATION

The upstream industry has to expect official scrutiny of its operations, but too little can be as damaging as too much.

NEW COLD WAR DISRUPTS GLOBAL GAS MARKET

As US-China relations become chillier, things do not look so rosy for ‘freedom LNG’, while other exporters will benefit from the stand-off – but only up to a point. 

EPH BETS BIG ON FOSSIL FUELS

The central European company is filling its boots with fossil fuel capacity, counting on the need for despatchable generation to endure longer than the consensus. 

BRITISH POWER CUT TRIGGERS PROBES

Britain’s regulator and the government are both investigating the events that caused an evening of chaos one summer rush-hour

CANADA’S PRODUCERS WAIT FOR BETTER DAYS

Low and even negative prices at the Aeco hub have forced producers to adopt creative approaches to gas output and gas marketing. 

PAKISTAN PLANS LNG IMPORT RAMP UP

As domestic production flatlines and demand grows, the country is seeking more LNG and has already launched a tender attracting big names.

CHESAPEAKE BENEFITS FROM PIVOT FROM GAS TO OIL

Shale gas pioneer Chesapeake Energy’s shift in focus to oil is paying off in a particularly challenging economic environment for gas producers. 

RUSSIA REPLACES IMPORTS

Necessity is the mother of invention. If Russia is not allowed to import the kinds of goods it needs to develop its reserves, it will have to develop its own. 

IEA’S WORLD ENERGY BALANCES

The rise of renewables has been neutralised by the rise of energy demand overall, so fossil fuels have kept their dominance.