Monthly Archives: September 2016

World’s Largest Importer of LNG Japan likely to Consume More Gas

Japan imports about 35% of the global demand for LNG, or in other words, it imports 12.7 Bcf/day. The country’s LNG imports actually fell by 6.2% in the financial that ended March 31, 2016. Continue reading

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Global LNG Market Growth and Hurdles

In November 2015, when 195 countries signed the Paris climate change agreement, it was concluded by experts of oil and gas industry that the deal’s biggest winner would be natural gas. Continue reading






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United States Oil and Gas Industry Survives Amidst Global Price Crisis

Oil and gas producing giants like Saudi Arabia, Russia, and others had expected the U.S oil and gas industry to face a major slow down amidst the global price slump. The domestic experts had also estimated a huge drop in the production of North American shale and tight oil and gas. Continue reading






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