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Pipeline, CNG top Cyprus gas export options

Nov 3, 2014 Pipeline and CNG are the best options for exporting natural gas production from Cyprus to relatively close markets in terms of both initial cost and probable benefits. LNG, meanwhile, would only be...

LNG UPDATE: Global LNG pricing evolves; supply, demand struggle toward balance

Apr 1, 2013

Global LNG faced a number of problems as 2013 began. All reflect industry's growing pains; none responds to easy solution.

LNG UPDATE: Shale, East Africa plays could boost global LNG supplies

Apr 2, 2012 If global LNG players looked to 2011 for clarity about and even solutions to some of their most vexing problems—a global imbalance in supply and demand chief among them—the year must have disappoin...

Western Australia’s EPA approves Gorgon LNG fourth train

Mar 4, 2015

The Environmental Protection Authority of Western Australia (EPAWA) has approved plans for expansion of the Gorgon-Jansz LNG project on Barrow Island into a fourth train.

Bear Head LNG requests DOE permits to export US natural gas

Mar 3, 2015 Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd.’s wholly owned subsidiaries, Bear Head LNG Corp. and Bear Head LNG LLC (USA), have filed an application with the US Department of Energy requesting authorization to expor...

BP: Global energy demand to jump 37% by 2035

Mar 2, 2015 Global demand for energy is expected to rise by 37% from 2013 to 2035, or by an average of 1.4%/year, due in large part to ongoing economic expansion in Asia, particularly in China and India, accor...

PetroChina mulling sale of its stake in Arrow CSG

Feb 27, 2015

PetroChina is reportedly considering selling its half of Arrow Energy’s Queensland coal seam gas (CSG) resources.

First custom-built carrier for Papua New Guinea LNG arrives

Feb 23, 2015

The first custom-built LNG carrier for the Papua New Guinea LNG project has docked at the Port Moresby LNG plant.

OGJ Newsletter

Feb 23, 2015

International news for oil and gas professionals

BP Energy Outlook projects global energy demand to jump 37% by 2035

Feb 17, 2015 Global demand for energy is expected to rise by 37% from 2013 to 2035, or by an average of 1.4%/year, due in large part to ongoing economic expansion in Asia, particularly in China and India, accor...

Oil & Gas Transportation Webcasts

Global LNG: Adjusting to New Realties

Oil & Gas Journal’s March 20, 2015, webcast will look at how global LNG trade will be affected over the next 12-24 months by falling crude oil ...
( Mar 20, 2015 / 11:30 AM Eastern Standard Time / 10:30 AM Central Standard Time / 08:30 AM Pacific Standard Time / 15:30 GMT )

The Future of US Refining

Oil & Gas Journal’s Feb. 6, 2015, webcast will focus on the future of US refining as various forces this year conspire to pull the industry in ...
Feb 6, 2015

US HYDROCARBON EXPORTS Part 3 — LNG

US LNG Exports, the third in a trilogy of webcasts focusing on the broad topic of US Hydrocarbon Exports. A discussion of the problems and potentia...
Nov 14, 2014

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