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Gas Field Prospect Could Boost South Canterbury, New Zealand Economy

A major potential gas discovery off the South Island’s east coast has been indicated by the New Zealand Oil and Gas (NZOG). The company has reportedly commissioned an independent study to understand the economic impact of the commercial discovery in the Barque field, which is around 80 kilometres east of Oamaru town in New Zealand. 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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How Australia is Facing a Riveting Scenario Over Natural Gas

Australia is gifted with natural gas, but is the supply benefiting its ordinary citizens Australia is facing a gas shortage scenario, exposing how it has cut itself a raw deal with its own precious natural gas resource. Continue reading






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2017 to Begin With Strong Natural Gas, Oil Prices

2017 will be in all probability a year where oil and natural gas prices will recover. In 2016, oil and natural gas prices plummeted but ended on a strong note. Continue reading






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Natural Gas May not be Cheap Anymore

In the recent past as the shale gas drillers continued to explore and drill new wells and kept on breaking records with higher and higher production, caused the glut of natural gas resulting in a drastic dip in the prices. Continue reading






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What Are The Major Factors Affecting Natural Gas Prices?

The major factors that change gas prices are the world markets. Everyone in the world can trade on natural gas, and it is something that is always forcing the prices to move around. Everyone who wants to get into the … Continue reading

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Gas Flaring – a Multi-billion Dollar Energy Waste Affecting the World Environment Badly

Nearly 3.5% (140 billion cubic meters of natural gas) of the world’s natural gas supply is wastefully burned. To quantify this in other words – this amount of gas is enough to provide the combined annual natural gas consumption of Germany and France. Continue reading






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United States Enters European LNG market – New Era in Energy Market Begins

The first U.S. LNG shipment through Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass facility on the U.S. Gulf Coast will arrive in Portugal within a few days. American liquefied natural gas coming to Europe is an important thing and is said to transform the future LNG market there. Continue reading






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Economic Problems And New Discoveries Affect Egyptian Oil And Gas Imports

As the levels of oil and liquefied natural gas in the world continue to rise and drive prices lower, the need for new areas of export to open up has been greater than ever before. Continue reading






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Iran to Increase Liquefied Natural Gas Production

Iranian TV has recently been reporting the decision by the government of the country to bring five Liquefied Natural Gas production plants online in the next three years. Continue reading






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