More Supply & Demand Outlook

No results were found for your search.

Pages

Article
  • Interview with Andrew Walker, Vice President LNG Strategy, Cheniere Marketing
Cheniere has played a pivotal role in the fast-growing natural gas industry in the United States and is currently the leading producer of LNG in the US and is expected by 2020 to be a top-5 global provider of LNG!
Article
  • Interview with Susannah Pierce, Director Corporate Affairs, LNG Canada
In October last year, LNG Canada made history by becoming one of the largest energy investments in the history of Canada.
Article
  • Contributed by: David Ledesma, Energy & Strategy Consultant and Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
The LNG business is in a period of fundamental change as it moves from its traditional rigid structure to become a fully traded commodity.
Article
  • Interview with Kristy Kramer, Head of Markets, Gas & LNG Research, Wood Mackenzie
With energy experts continually stating that 2019 will be a record-breaking year for the LNG industry in terms of FIDs, it really is an exciting time in the global sector with opportunities around every corner.
Article
  • Contributed by: Nelson Bennett, Resources Reporter, Business in Vancouver
China's impressive investments in renewable energy and electric vehicles have led some anti-fossil fuel activists, as well as some economists, to warn that new pipelines and LNG plants in Canada could become stranded assets.
Article
  • Contributed by: Paul Jeakins, Commissioner & CEO, BC Oil & Gas Commission
The Province of British Columbia (B.C.) is well positioned in Canada to provide clean energy to global markets.
Article
  • Contributed by: Dumitru Dediu, Partner, Boston, McKinsey & Company
The European gas market has seen several shifts—driven by a milder winter, rising European LNG demand due to attractive prices in
Article
  • Contributed by: Dr Arnt Baer, Head of Politics and Associations, Gelsenwasser
Currently, about 70 million European industrial and private customers are supplied by a gas grid 2.2 million kilometres in length. Natural gas, not only as a product, consists of various positive habits for heating, power generation and transport.

Pages