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Natural gas news, analysis and opinion. Covering Europe, Africa, Asia/Pacific and Americas. Jobs board and Events.
Natural gas news, analysis and opinion. Covering Europe, Africa, Asia/Pacific and Americas. Jobs board and Events.

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“Bangladesh's first onshore terminal expected to be ready by 2024-2025.”
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European Commission Probes Qatar LNG Sales (Update) - The EC is checking on destination clauses for LNG contracts, having removed them from pipeline contracts.
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Engie Disposes of Asian Glow but Still Keen on Gas - The deal frees Engie from coal-fired generation but also slashes its gas-fired capacity in the Asia-Pacific region.
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The EC-Gazprom settlement was given a qualified welcome by the Baltic States, where there is some resentment that no fine was imposed on the Russian monopoly. Markets may not change overnight but the short-term prospects are good.
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Shell Completes Thai Field Sale - The deal takes the major to $2bn short of its disposals target, with more sales in the pipeline.
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Cnooc's Zhejiang LNG terminal has unloaded and processed significantly higher volumes this year.
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The early promise of west African LNG import projects stands in stark contrast with today's reality: national governments have not shown the necessary interest, but the string of investors shows a continuing appetite to learn from mistakes.

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Gunvor Tops in Pakistan LNG Tender - Swiss Gunvor has submitted the most competitive bids for five of the six LNG cargoes that Pakistan LNG (PLL) is looking to source during July and August.
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Coal not Fuel of Choice for RSA: Report - South Africa should focus on renewables and gas and halt all future coal-fired power projects, a report from an influential Cape Town research unit urges. Gas could be the substitute...
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There is no longer a forecast shortfall of gas supply on Australia’s east coast in the near-term thanks in part to the Federal Government’s export control measures introduced last year and the under-construction Northern Territory-Queensland gas pipeline
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