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Sabina Zawadzki

Global LNG: Asian spot prices fall as November cargoes offloaded

12 Oct 2018

LONDON Asian spot LNG prices fell this week as sellers struggled to offload the last of their November cargos and Chinese demand for December supplies failed to materialise significantly after a frenzy of Asian buying last month.

GLOBAL LNG-Asian spot prices fall as November cargoes offloaded

12 Oct 2018

LONDON, Oct 12 Asian spot LNG prices fell this week as sellers struggled to offload the last of their November cargos and Chinese demand for December supplies failed to materialise significantly after a frenzy of Asian buying last month.

Gas fracking to start in England next week after seven-year halt

05 Oct 2018

PRESTON, England Shale gas developer Cuadrilla Resources expects to start gas fracking in northwest England next week, seven years after its first attempt to hydraulically fracture a well led to earth tremors, public protests and an overhaul of regulations.

Looming large - Shell's LNG Canada seen as tip of megaproject iceberg

03 Oct 2018

LONDON/SINGAPORE The launch of a massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Canada could fire the starting gun on a wave of other approvals around the world, potentially curbing a supply crunch expected after 2020.

Shell's LNG Canada seen as tip of megaproject iceberg

02 Oct 2018

* Projects approved by end-2019 seen adding 175 million tonnes

RPT-LNG shipping rates spike with no respite seen through 2019

24 Sep 2018

* In 2017, LNG shipping rates were usually $30,000 to $40,000

LNG shipping rates spike with no respite seen through 2019

21 Sep 2018

LONDON/SINGAPORE The price of shipping liquefied natural gas (LNG) has spiked in September and is likely to remain high next year, buoyed by rising production from new plants and concerns that demand for LNG vessels will outpace supply.

LNG shipping rates spike with no respite seen through 2019

21 Sep 2018

* In 2017, LNG shipping rates were usually $30,000 to $40,000

New U.S. LNG projects, enough to double exports, on verge of launch

20 Sep 2018

LONDON New U.S. liquefied natural gas terminals with enough capacity to double U.S. exports have either begun commissioning their facilities or are waiting for approval from the energy regulator, a review of their documents showed this week.

New U.S. LNG projects, enough to double exports, on verge of launch

20 Sep 2018

* Initial cargoes sold on spot basis before contracts triggered

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