Natural Gas World Magazine delves into current developments and the most critical global events, explaining why they matter and their potential short to medium term consequences.
Volume 5, Issue 4 - February 17, 2020
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In this Issue:
EDITORIAL: HARVEST AND QUIT?
UK major BP has undertaken root and branch reform; but if it goes it alone then its shareholders will need nerves of steel.
EUROPE AND THE LOW-CARBON FUTURE: INTERVIEW
NGW asks the secretary-general of Eurogas James Watson about the urgency of maximising the role of gas in the region’s transport, heat and power sectors.
EUROPE’S GREEN DRIVE AND THE BATTERY FALLACY
The rise in gas vehicle demand has been uneven: only a few utilities in Europe are embracing the clean technology, while electric vehicles have stolen the limelight.
EU DIZZY OVER GAS
The EU’s aim to be carbon free by 2050 threatens to sound the death knell for natural gas, but the bloc is also pushing new gas infrastructure projects.
NIGERIA: GAS IS THE NEW OIL
The long delay to the LNG project is symptomatic of Nigeria’s failure to sort out its regulation and promote gas, but there are positive signs of change.
MANAGING AUSTRALIA’S GAS EXPORTS
The federal government’s energy agreement with Sydney may be a sign of how the country intends to navigate the constitutional challenges of implementing a natural gas reserve policy.
YAMAL LNG: CATCHING THE TIDE
Fortune – and state support – favoured the first Yamal LNG project, but now prices are working against it and technical issues have caused delays. But the corporate structure and sales contracts still give it an edge.
UZBEKISTAN’S ROLE IN THE GLOBAL GAS MARKET
Landlocked by other landlocked states, Uzbekistan has been limited in its pipeline export options, but the country is making a renewed push into new and old markets.
NEW JERSEY SETS SIGHTS ON GAS PHASE-OUT
The Governor of New Jersey has unveiled an energy plan that would see natural gas use in his state drop by around three quarters by 2050.