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    Gas News - September 29

    There are 18 news articles for this date.


    LNG imports reached 15-year lows first-half 2022, displaced by natural gas production
    In the first six months of 2022, U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports were the lowest in at least 15 years, averaging 0.08 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), compared with the five-year (2017-21) average of 0.2 Bcf/d for the
    Thai News Service


    Enel S.p.A. - Enel and Sonatrach sign agreements to increase volumes and adjust natural gas supply contracts
    Global News Media Tel. +39 06 8305 5699 ENEL AND SONATRACH SIGN AGREEMENTS TO INCREASE VOLUMES AND ADJUST NATURAL GAS SUPPLY CONTRACTS Rome, September 28th, 2022 - The Enel Group and the Algerian state-owned oil company Sonatrach,
    Borsa Italiana (Web Disclosure) via PUBT
    Nord Stream: Russian gas pipe leaks could have an 'unprecedented' environmental impact
    Unexplained leaks in two Russian gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea are spewing out greenhouse gas emissions. It is feared that the disruption could cause a climate calamity - although to what extent is still unclear. Neither pipeline was in
    Thai News Service
    ExxonMobil & Shell Initiate Sale of Offshore Gas Assets
    Exxon Mobil Corporation XOM and Shell plc SHEL initiated a sale of their offshore natural gas assets in the southern U.K. and Dutch North Sea, per a Reuters report. The companies hired an investment bank, Jefferies, to conduct the sale.
    Zacks Equity Research
    The geopolitics of natural gas, explained
    Photographs hardly do the situation justice. Still images simply show some sort of disturbance on the surface of the Baltic Sea, a bubbling of unclear scale or origin. To read the entire story, click here.
    Philip Bump
    EU sees sabotage in gas pipe leaks
    The EU said Wednesday that leaks from two Russia-Germany undersea gas pipelines appeared to be "a deliberate act", as Moscow said it would call for a UN Security Council meeting over the incident. The three outflows from the Nord Stream
    AFP World News
    Lithuania may tighten security at LNG terminal - minister
    Text of report in English by Lithuanian news website ELTA on 28 September Vilnius, September 28 (ELTA) - After leaks occurred in the Nord Stream gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea, which might have been caused by explosions, Lithuania's authorities
    BBC International Reports (Europe)
    UK scours market for new gas, LNG supply deals as pound weakness bites
    The UK government is currently scouring the market for potential gas import deals as part of a new supply security push, while the recent collapse in the value of the pound is adding to the UKs LNG procurement costs. The
    Financial Services Monitor Worldwide
    GLNG: Germany aims to sign LNG supply deals with UAE
    Germany’s Economic Affairs and Climate Action Minister Robert Habeck said on September 19 that Chancellor Olaf Scholz was set to sign contracts for LNG supplies during an upcoming trip to the UAE. Speaking during a trip to Lubmin, where new
    bne Intellinews
    Florida PSC Issues Order Approving Midcourse Correction Involving St. Joe Natural Gas
    TALLAHASSEE, Florida, Sept. 28 -- The Florida Public Service Commission issued the following order approving midcourse correction (DOCKET NO. 20220003-GU; ORDER NO. PSC-2022-0331-PCO-GU) on Sept. 27, 2022: * * * In re: Purchased gas adjustment (PGA) true-up. The following Commissioners
    Targeted News Service
    Poland's capacity to receive gas supplies stands at 21 bcm per year starting 2023 - dep ClimMin
    "Poland's gas supplies capacity will reach 21 bcm from 2023, which secures our needs at the moment," Dziadzio said, adding that gas consumption in Poland is falling on households and industry savings driven by high prices: "Our gas usage is
    Zylinska Julita
    No additional LNG supply from Qatar before 2025: Petrobangla
    Bangladesh, Sept. 28 -- Bangladesh is unlikely to get any additional liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar before 2025 as the gulf country has recently turned down a request in this regard. According to official sources in Dhaka, Qatar straight
    United News of Bangladesh
    TotalEnergies Acquires Stake In NFS LNG Project In Qatar
    Infrastructure Qatar Company Brief Fitch Solutions TotalEnergies Acquires Stake In NFS LNG Project In Qatar 28 Sep 2022 THIS COMMENTARY IS PUBLISHED BY FITCH SOLUTIONS COUNTRY RISK & INDUSTRY RESEARCH and is NOT a comment on Fitch Ratings' Credit Ratings.
    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
    Blackline Safety Secures $3.3 Million Renewal with Energy & Utility Leader
    Cloud connectivity and 24/7 live monitoring key factors in new five-year engagement CALGARY, Canada--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Blackline Safety Corp. (TSX: BLN), a global leader in connected safety technology, today announced that a leading western Canada-based energy, utility and transportation company has
    Business Wire
    ADNOC, TAQA Close $3.8B Financing Of Decarbonization Project
    September 29 -- Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) have announced the financial closing of their $3.8 billion project to power and significantly decarbonize ADNOC’s offshore production operations. Together with a consortium comprised
    Indian Oil And Gas News
    Kazakhstan shows interest in turning its coal-fired power plants to run on gas
    BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 29. Kazakhstan is interested in cooperation on the conversion of coal-fired power plants to gas, development of petrochemicals and hydrogen energy, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov said during the meeting with President for the World Petroleum
    Trend News Agency
    Germany to spend billions to tackle high energy prices
    BERLIN (AP) — Germany plans to spend up to 200 billion euros ($195 billion) helping consumers and businesses as surging energy prices due to the war in Ukraine are pushing Europe's largest economy into a looming recession. Chancellor Olaf Scholz
    Associated Press
    California gas prices are rising again. Here's why, and how high experts say they could go
    Sep. 29—Gas prices are rising yet again in California — one of several regions in the U.S. where refinery problems have squeezed supplies and caused local spikes severe enough to reverse an extended decline in the U.S. average gas price,
    Jessica Flores, San Francisco Chronicle

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