Monthly Archives: July 2018

Canada Producers’ Survival Of Low-Cost U.S. Gas Dependent On LNG Exports

The focus on liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports could curb the Canadian production slump, which has lasted for over a decade, and in retreat from the competition by low-cost U.S. supplies. Continue reading

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Taiwan’s CPC Announces Buying LNG From Cheniere

Taiwan’s CPC Corp. had announced that it had reached a preliminary deal to buy LNG from US based LNG producer, Cheniere Energy Inc. Continue reading






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Are Methane Leaks Offsetting the CO2 Benefit of Natural Gas?

The highlights of the study give a clear picture of the climate impact of natural gas, and as methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, the news is not encouraging for climate change. Continue reading






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