Gas

USA Sending more Gas to Europe than Russia

For the first time, the US is supplying more natural gas to Europe than Russia sends by pipelines, according to the International Energy Agency. Europe is seeking alternatives such as US liquefied natural gas to Russian supplies after Gazprom PJSC slashed shipments through Nord Stream, its biggest pipeline to Europe, …

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Gas Supplies to Europe Holding Firm

Gas supplies to Europe are holding firm despite ongoing troubles at the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, leaving the market in equilibrium, albeit temporarily. That’s according to Rystad Energy analyst Lu Ming Pang, who made the statement in a market note sent to Rigzone late Wednesday. The Rystad analyst outlined in …

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Shell Set to Sign Deal with Qatar for Giant Gas Project

Shell Plc is set to follow other Western energy majors by taking a stake in a $29 billion project to boost Qatar’s exports of liquefied natural gas, just as Europe races to shore up new supplies of the fuel. The London-based company will probably announce its partnership with state-controlled Qatar …

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EU Gas Swings as Russia-Turkey Flows Resume while Risks Loom

European natural gas prices fluctuated, with traders weighing the return of flows via Turkey against the risk of a further deterioration in supplies to the continent. Gas shipments via the TurkStream pipeline resumed after maintenance ended on Monday, Russia’s Gazprom said on Telegram. The link, which has an annual transport …

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EU Plans for Life without Russian Gas amid Inflation Spike

European Union leaders on Friday, June 24, warned that “cheap energy is gone” and agreed to boost preparations for further cuts in Russian gas, accusing Moscow of “weaponizing” energy via a supply squeeze which Germany warned could partly shut its industry. A day after celebrations over setting Kyiv on the …

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Qatar to Demand EU Sign Long-Term LNG Deals

Qatar plans to insist on terms that will lock Europe Union countries in for two decades of liquefied natural gas purchases, a move that will complicate the bloc’s goal to cut emissions while also reducing its dependence on Russian fuel. The Persian Gulf state, one of the world’s top LNG …

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