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Tuesday, 04 February 2020
Total of 1.97mmt on the water with a delivery horizon of 20th February, with close to half due in North China and potentially 0.31mmt more to arrive by 13th February
China’s m/m LNG offtake continued to grow by 0.66mmt in December, increasing robustly by 9.7% to 7.48mmt. During the last month of last year, the country thus continued its strong…
Fears spread that a global recession is looming if China fails to contain the spread of the Coronavius. Demand for oil, LNG and pipeline gas are impacted as millions of…
Rampant US gas supply has been outpacing demand growth for the past year, slashing prices in Europe and Asia. Some US exporters are considering shutting in production as record low…
The Chinese government has approved Beijing Gas’ plans to build a 5 mtpa LNG import terminal near Tianjin City by 2022 to help boost regional gas imports. The economically thriving…
China’s hunger for gas surpasses initial estimates, hence Gazprom is evaluating a second interconnector in the Far East. With the launch of the landmark ‘Power of Siberia’ pipeline, Gazprom’s focus…
For new gas pipelines, timing is everything. This especially applies to the new 38 Bcm/y ‘Power of Siberia (PoS)’ link that will elevate China to become Gazprom’s second largest export…
China’s Blue Sky Policy envisages boosting the share of natural gas in the energy mix from currently 7.5 percent to 15 percent by 2030 which requires substantial investment in LNG…
Keen to maximize China’s domestic oil and gas production and streamline imports, the government in Beijing’s is taking steps to bundle all onshore trunk pipelines owned by PetroChina, Sinopec Group…