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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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TANAP Ready to Transport Natural Gas To Turkey

The main segment of the EU’s long-planned ‘Southern Gas Corridor’ (SGC), called the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) is ready to export Azerbaijani gas to Europe. Continue reading






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Natural Gas Industry Has a Leaking Methane Issue

Oil and gas operations reportedly leak more methane than was previously thought. However, it often gets lost in discussions about natural gas. Continue reading






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Sempra’s Cameron LNG Project Ships First LNG Cargo

Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG project has reportedly shipped the first commissioning cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Continue reading






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Britain Affluent With Natural Gas

Britain usually finds a decline in natural gas during summer, however, this season a record number of LNG tankers due to land were observed. Continue reading






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Natural Gas – LNG is Creating a Difference

The natural gas market is reportedly at a critical time of the year as withdrawals from storage in the US would shift to injections. Continue reading






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Pakistan Poised to Develop Into a Natural Gas Hotspot

Pakistan is all set to offer its gas deposits to foreign energy companies. The offer reportedly would boost domestic production in the midst of soaring demand, as per government officials. Continue reading






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LNG Imports in China Hit New Record Amid High Stocks

The world’s second-largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) importer – China broke another record last month amid rising stockpiles. The January total reached 6.55 million tons, which was up by 2% from the previous record set in December 2018. Continue reading






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