Gassing Up
Gassing Up
Qatar Crisis an Opportunity for US LNG

Qatar is the world’s largest LNG exporter, and it’s also the target of an attempt by a group of Arab countries to isolate it over accusations of attempts to destabilize the region. That decision by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the Maldives, Yemen, and the UAE to cut diplomatic ties with Qatar is going to make […]

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Gazprom Gloats over Its European Dominance

The company’s CEO is pleased with his position in Europe after securing funding for Nord Stream 2.

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Why the EU Is Eying Iranian Gas

A sanctions-free Iran could find a major new market in Europe, where buyers are weary of dealing with Russia’s Gazprom.

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It's Been a "Good Week" for US LNG

Two proposed LNG export facilities—one in Oregon and one in Texas—received federal approval this week, a sign of shale’s transformational power.

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With Fracking Getting Greener, Has Europe’s Shale Moment Come?

ExxonMobil claims to have produced a greener fracking fluid. Will it be green enough to convince Europe to tap its sizable reserves of shale gas?

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China Hits a Big Green Milestone

For the first time, natural gas is flowing from an offshore field in China. This will help Beijing meet its ambitious natural gas targets, but it’s also good news for greens.

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