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Coronavirus Impacts the Natural Gas Market

In the face of the novel coronavirus, the energy producers are facing the most significant demand shock to hit the markets in decades. The Covid-19 outbreak has already claimed thousands of casualties.

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Can LNG-Powered Ships Help Decarbonization?

The shipping industry is on a lookout for new fuels to cut the industry’s carbon footprint. The effort is in line with the global marine regulator, the International Maritime Organization, which is set to cut carbon emissions by half compared to the 2008 levels. Continue reading






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New Oil and Gas Reserves Discovered in USA

U.S. had more drillable oil and gas reserves than previously estimated. ‘Proved’ oil and natural gas reserves are the amount that drillers can extract affordably, with the prevailing technology. Continue reading






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Russia-China Turn on Milestone Gas Pipeline in Serbia

The China-Russia east-route natural gas pipeline began operations recently with its official launch by Russian President, Vladimir Putin and Chinese President, Xi Jinping. Continue reading






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OPEC Slashes Oil Market Share Until 2025

The production of crude oil and other liquids of OPEC is projected to decline to 32.8million barrels per day. Continue reading






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U.S. Production of Natural Gas Set to Boost by 2020

U.S. production of dry natural gas and crude oil is set to boost in 2019 and 2020, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest report. Continue reading






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Australian Natural Gas – A Solution to a Global Challenge

Australia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports have the potential to save global emissions up to a quarter of their total annual domestic greenhouse gas emissions. Continue reading






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Iran’s LNG Exports to Neighbour Rise by 400%

Iran’s exports of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) to Afghanistan have more than quadrupled in the last quarter of year 2019. Continue reading






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Net Zero Natural Gas Plant Strikes Zero Carbon Footprint

NET Power aims to achieve the production of electricity from natural gas with zero carbon footprint. Continue reading






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Berkeley, California Bans Natural Gas in New Buildings

Berkeley, California recently became the first U.S. city to ban natural gas hook-ups for all new residential buildings. Continue reading






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