Gas

Russia to Set New Domestic Gas Consumption Record in 2021

Russia will set a new record in terms of domestic gas consumption in 2021, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said in an interview aired by Sergey Brilev’s news show on Rossiya-1 on Saturday. “Russia is also demonstrating record gas consumption results, domestically, which is particularly related to an active economic …

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China Seeks Long-Term U.S. LNG Supply amid Energy Crisis

Several Chinese energy giants have intensified discussions with U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporters to secure long-term supply deals in light of record spot prices in Asia, rising demand, and the specter of power shortages, Reuters reported on Friday, quoting industry sources. China and many other energy importers in Asia …

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Does Europe have Enough Gas to Meet Demand?

The high prices and volatility we are seeing in the European gas market go beyond current market tightness, cutting to the heart of a very real concern: will there be enough gas this winter to meet demand? And the answer is: it depends. Many factors will influence how the European …

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WoodMac: Only Russian Gas Can Save Europe in Cold Winter

Europe may face gas shortages this winter if the cold weather depletes storage levels to zero, leaving the region entirely dependent on additional flows from Russia, according to consultant Wood Mackenzie Ltd. If Europe and Asia experience cold winters, there won’t be enough gas to meet demand unless extra volumes …

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Germany Seeks Competition Assurances over Nord Stream 2

Germany’s energy regulator said the Nord Stream 2 pipeline must show it would not break competition rules by limiting which suppliers used it and could face a fine if it started pumping Russian gas to Germany without securing necessary approvals. Nord Stream 2, a project led by Gazprom, which has …

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