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 17 - September 14, 2020
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In this Issue:
EDITORIAL: THE GREAT ENERGY TRANSITION
Energy companies must move toward collaboration.
GAS TO FUEL SAUDI EXPANSION
Aramco’s Jafurah Basin has the potential to fuel a major transformation in the kingdom’s economy, against a weak global economic backdrop.
ELECTIONS PAVE WAY FOR OZ SHALE
Local elections in Australia’s Northern Territory have handed the vast majority of the parliamentary seats to backers of shale gas development.
GLOBAL GAS DEMAND: FORKING PATHS
The annual Global Gas Report 2020 (GGR) published by the International Gas Union with BloombergNEF (BNEF) and Snam takes the – naturally – optimistic view. Others are more cautious.
US LNG ASSETS CHANGE HANDS
Deep-pocketed investors are seeking to benefit from buying into certain US LNG operations, whose long-term future is backed by contracts and energy market sentiment.
RUSSIA JUMPSTARTS NGVS
Moscow has brought in subsidies to push forward its natural gas vehicle initiative but market development will depend on co-ordinated progress on all fronts.
GREEN GAS MEANS GO
Biogas and biomethane represent a small proportion of total global natural gas demand, but could play an important role in the future energy mix given appropriate policy measures.
E EUROPE LIBERALISES BORDER TRADE
Eastern Europe shows that virtual interconnection points can be a useful tool to improve market efficiency and boost cross-border trade at low cost.
A YEAR OF TWO HALVES?
A bump in exports in August reversed a disastrous first half for Gazprom, prompting the Russian export monopoly to tentatively raise its forecast for the year.