Interview with PhilGermuth, Mayor, District of Kitimat
As Canada’s natural gas and LNG industry continues to keep gas players on the edge of their seat; so far in 2018, the market has welcomed some very positive developments which could drastically change Canada’s industry as we know it.
Contributed by: François-GuilhemVaissier, Partner, White & Case LLP
Contributed by: RenaudNething, Associate, White & Case LLP
To meet the growing demand for electricity and address specific issues arising from the significant expansion of renewable energy, the Kingdom of Morocco has decided to diversify its generation mix by increasing the use of liquefied natural gas (“LNG”)
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
China’s recent decision to raise natural gas prices for non-residential consumers – the first time it has done so since 2010 – is an encouraging sign in a nation determined to increase natural gas consumption as a way of reducing pollution.