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IEA: Global Gas Demand Set for Slow Growth Due to High Prices
Analysts expect slower economic growth and less switching from coal or oil to gas
Norway Ramps up Natural Gas Production to Combat Energy Crisis
Norway’s authorities have approved applications from operators to boost production from several gas fields, the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy said…
New Methane Binding Process Could End Insanely Wasteful Burn-Offs
The global oil industry wastefully burns off about as much natural gas as is used by all of Central and South America – but a new methane binding agent offers …
“Total Halt of Russian Energy Exports to Europe Could Put UK’s Energy Security at Risk”
Europe could face a ‘severe recession’ if Vladimir Putin turns off the gas flows, according to a report
UK’s LNG Imports Doubled in First Quarter
UK’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports in the first quarter of 2022 reached the highest level recorded over a decade.
What Is Renewable Natural Gas?
Renewable natural gas comes from a number of sources and goes by different names. Sustainable natural gas, biomethane, and biogas are all types of renewable nat…
IEA: Europe Will Have to Cut Gas Usage By Nearly One-Third
In the first quarter of next year, the countries of the European Union will have to cut their usage of natural gas by up to 30% in preparation for a complete st…
Germany, Canada in Talks Over LNG Terminal for Export to Europe
Germany is in talks with Canada over options to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe via a terminal on Canada's east coast
Exxon, Imperial to Sell Canada Shale Assets to Whitecap for $1.5 Billion
U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil Corp and Imperial Oil Ltd said on Tuesday they will sell their Montney and Duvernay shale oil and gas assets in Canada to Whitecap Re…
Carbon-Neutral Liquefied Natural Gas: Is It Possible?
Companies seeking to preserve the importance of natural gas in the energy transition are embracing carbon-free liquefied natural gas (LNG).
French Energy Giants Urge Consumers to Cut Energy Use
The heads of France's big energy companies on Sunday urged individuals and businesses to limit power consumption immediately to prepare for a looming energy c…
EU and Norway Step Up Co-Operation to Ensure Additional Gas Supplies
Norway is the biggest producer of oil and gas in Europe, delivering around one-fourth of EU countries’ gas consumption and significantly contributing to Europe…
World’s Largest Hybrid Ship Set to Ferry Passengers Between Britain and France
The idea behind the hybrid ships is that they can run on liquefied natural gas (a fossil fuel), battery power or a combination of the two.
Why Is There a Worldwide Oil-Refining Crunch?
Drivers around the world are feeling pain at the pump with fuel prices soaring, and costs are surging for heating buildings, power generation and industrial pro…
“Nord Stream Reductions Will Increase Energy Prices Further”
Reduced gas flows via Nord Stream poses risks to European gas storage refill, according to a new report.