Gassy Geopolitics
Gassy Geopolitics
Floating Gas Plants in the South China Sea

China is considering developing technology to liquefy natural gas at sea, so that it does not have to build costly and difficult-to-defend undersea pipelines. In completely unrelated news, there is lots of natural gas in the disputed waters of the South China Sea.

Gassy Geopolitics
Putin Comes Out Swinging Against Sanctions

In a no-brainer move, Putin is raising gas prices on Ukraine. Does the west have any idea how to respond?

Gassy Geopolitics
What American LNG Could Mean for Europe

America is sitting pretty when it comes to natural gas, and its allies are keen on joining in. By opening up America’s gas for export, the United States can help boost not only its allies’ energy security but its clout in both Europe and Asia too.

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