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South Korea Announces Huge Investments in the USA Natural Gas Industry

The Trump administration which kicked off the White House’s “Energy Week,” has had an overwhelming response from South Korean companies. Within a day from the start of “Energy Week” the South Korea’s energy companies announced four major partnerships with the US companies to enter the natural gas business in the US. Continue reading

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Scientists Highlight Natural Gas Risks & Dispute Climate Benefits

Natural gas, does it really offer hope in the fight against climate change? A trio of foreign think tank feels that natural gas could be offering false hope in the context of climate change. Continue reading






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Saudi Strife With Qatar Rooted in Gas Has 22-Year History

Saudi Arabia recently cut ties with Qatar however this has been looming since 1995. The strife has a long history with hints of impacts in future too. The key to this strife is rooted in natural gas. Continue reading






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Understanding the LNG War between Qatar and US

The U.S. stands poised to be the new biggest global LNG exporter uncrowning Qatar with its 30 planned LNG terminals and six more terminals under construction. Continue reading






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Qatar’s Gulf Dispute Unnerves Global LNG Market

Saudi Arabia and its Gulf associates cut ties with the world’s top seller of liquefied natural gas (LNG), Qatar, recently. This has created reverberating concerns over LNG supply disruptions to both neighbouring countries and the global gas markets. Continue reading






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Natural Gas – A New Option for Vehicles

Natural Gas, an odourless and colourless mixture of hydrocarbons, is considered as the cleanest fossil fuel and has myriad commercial applications including transportation. It is regarded by fuel practitioners as an alternate fuel option for future. Continue reading






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Natural Gas Set To Change Ways On Powering Homes In Japan

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a significant facet of the energy mix of Japan, and according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the country is the largest LNG importer on the globe. Continue reading






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Egypt Set to Achieve Self-Sufficiency of Natural Gas by 2018

Egypt is poised to achieve self-sufficiency in the context of natural gas by the end of 2018, according to Egyptian minister of oil, Tarek El-Molla. Continue reading






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US Authorises Golden Pass LNG Export Terminal

The U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) has authorised the Golden Pass LNG Terminal near Sabine Pass, on the Texas Gulf Coast, to export around 2.21 billion cubic feet of LNG per day (Bcf/d) to non-FTA countries. Continue reading






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Toyota Researches and Experiments with Natural Gas Fuel Cells

Toyota is reportedly an advocate of hydrogen fuel cells and is currently researching a way to power its fuel cells with something novel: natural gas. Continue reading






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