- Japan Q1 LNG imports drop 9% on weather, nuclear restarts
April 18, 2019
Japan imported 22.2m tonnes of LNG (30.2bcm gas) in the first quarter of 2019, down 9% year on year amid mild weather and additional nuclear generation, finance ministry data showed on Wednesday.
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- Iran oil buyers stay on sidelines as waiver decision looms
April 16, 2019
The biggest buyers of Iranian oil are said to be putting their purchases on hold as they wait to see whether the White House will extend waivers allowing them to keep buying the crude.
- European gasoline margins rise
April 14, 2019
Northwest European gasoline refining margins rose to $11.49 a barrel on Thursday, their highest since late August, pushed up by lower than expected US inventories. FGE energy analysts forecast further draws in product inventories on rising de...
- Tellurian courts Middle East investors for $30bn LNG project in the US
April 11, 2019
US energy firm Tellurian is looking to partner with investors from the Middle East for its planned $30 billion (Dh110.1bn) Driftwood liquefied natural gas project and aims to finalise its investment decision by the first half of this year.
- Asian LNG Glut Stronger Than China’s Robust Demand Growth
April 09, 2019
China is set to import massive amounts of LNG in 2019 as part of its determined push to switch away from coal and toward the lower emissions natural gas, but this robust demand is unlikely to curb the current inventory glut in Asia, according...