Contributed by: EnerNOC's Intelligence & Analytics Team, Information Technology and Services , EnerNOC
New pipeline and other infrastructure projects that are planned or in development will create easier access to domestically produced natural gas throughout the US, which will enable increases in supply over the long term.
European Union leaders worked long into the night last week to fulfil their promise to deliver a climate and energy policy framework to cover the decade from 2020 to 2030 at this month’s meeting of the European Council.
With British Columbia’s provincial government having promised to settle the fiscal framework for the nascent LNG industry this autumn – and by the end of November at the latest – Canada’s LNG projects, most of which would be located in BC, are entering
Gazprom’s sales to Europe this year will be the highest since the 2008 recession despite its insistence on retaining oil-price indexation in long-term contracts, says Professor Jonathan Stern, chairman of the natural gas research programme at the Oxfor
The various projects that make up the Southern Corridor import route into Europe appear to be on track to take final investment decisions (FIDs) or “resolutions to construct” – effectively the same thing – before the end of 2013, according to John Bald
Contributed by: Susan L.Sakmar, Independent consultant, author and adjunct law professor, University of Houston Law Center
Policy makers around the globe continue to grapple with issues related to energy security, energy affordability, and an expected increase in demand for all energy sources. At the same time, concerns about global climate change and reducing greenhouse
Interview with PhillipLowe, European Commission, Director General for Energy
In the run-up to the European Autumn Gas Conference in Brussels in mid-November, Gastech News asked Philip Lowe, Director General for Energy at the European Commission, for his views on the policy issues confronting the EU.