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  • Interview with Dave Tulk, Principal, Gas Processing Management Inc
As the global LNG industry continues to grow year-on-year, the market is experiencing an influx of new gas players.
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  • Interview with Mary Hemmingsen, EVP and CFO, Northwest Innovation Works
When it comes to gas monetisation, Canada is looking for new approaches to remain competitive against the mature exporting markets.
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  • Contributed by: Peter Poptchev, Consultant, Foreign Policy and Energy Analysis
The 2014 EU-wide stress tests established that a year-long Ukrainian transit shutdown does not result in any loss of load in most of the European continent, with the exception of some strongly affected countries in South Eastern Europe (SEE) – “a loss
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  • Contributed by: Hannah Burk, Director of Proprietary Natural Gas Products, Genscape
As an ideal transition fuel, natural gas is well positioned to help meet environmental goals worldwide.
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  • Contributed by: James MacTaggart, General Manager, New Gas and LNG Markets - Asia, India & MENA, Shell
Gas will be an essential part of the future energy mix as the world moves to a low-carbon future; playing a significant role in reducing carbon emissions and air pollution, and being a secure, diverse and flexible energy supply.
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  • Contributed by: Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, Research Associate & Energy Consultant, CEDIGAZ
Cedigaz’s report “India’s vision to a gas-
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  • Contributed by: Mary Hemmingsen, EVP and CFO, Northwest Innovation Works
  • Contributed by: Chris Young, Director Oil and Gas Strategy, KPMG
*This article was contributed by Mary Hemmingsen when she worked at KPMG as Partner, National Sector Leader, LNG, Power and Utilities. 
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  • Contributed by: Jenna Wilson, LNG Consultant, CH-IV International
  • Contributed by: Phil Suter, LNG Consultant, CH-IV International
Each country has its own regulations which define the process required to receive approval to construct LNG facilities. Some countries have very well defined processes whereas others have limited, if any, definition to their processes.
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  • Contributed by: Chris Down, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
With the significant growth of North America as an LNG exporter, investors in the North American LNG industry need to find buyers for LNG – at the same time, power demand continues to grow in emerging markets and, post-COP21, gas-fired power generation
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  • Interview with Guy Broggi, Former Senior LNG Advisor, Total SA
Natural gas production accounted for just a third of Total’s output ten years ago, however in 2016 it was recorded at over 48%.
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  • Interview with Francisco P de la Flor, Director of Regulation, Enagás
Enagás is Spain’s leading natural gas transmission company, with around 12,000km of gas pipelines, three underground storage facilities and four regasification plants.
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  • Interview with David Knipe, Head of International Gas, IST, BP
According to BP’s Energy Outlook 2017, natural gas grows faster than both oil and coal, growing 1.6% each year between 2015 and 2035. The strength of natural gas demand is reflected by the help of government policies supporting the growth of gas.
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  • Interview with Vivek Chandra, Chief Executive Officer, Texas LNG
Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s biggest gas supplier, with exports accounting for around 45% of its production as well as being the seventh-largest exporter of LNG globally.
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  • Contributed by: Edi Saputra, Senior Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
In the recent Gastalk webinar Susan Sakmar, Author and visiting Law Professor at The University of Houston Law Centre was joined by Edi Saputra, Senior Expert Gas & Power for
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  • Interview with Marcelino Oreja, CEO, Enagás
The LNG trade is changing to meet the evolving needs of buyers, including shorter-term and lower-volume contracts, and by 2021 the global gas market is expected to have 55% more LNG than in 2015.
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  • Interview with Arthur W Crossley, General Manager, Técnicas Reunidas
According to Shell’s LNG Outlook, gas has been the fastest growing hydrocarbon for the past decade, with demand rising 2% each year since 2000.
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  • Interview with Maria Victoria Zingoni, Executive Managing Director of Downstream, Repsol
Natural gas demand is expected to grow faster than oil or coal, helped by the rapid growth of liquefied natural gas increasing the accessibility of gas across the globe.
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  • Interview with Octávio Simões, President, Sempra LNG & Midstream, Sempra Energy
The US shale revolution began almost a decade ago and per the US Energy Administration, production has now risen to almost 50bn cubic ft/day.