IEA: Oil and gas industry must take swift action to tackle climate change

The International Energy Agency says oil and gas companies, with their ‘extensive know-how and deep pockets’, can play a crucial role in accelerating the deployment of offshore wind, carbon capture and hydrogen

Tristar adds LNG tanker to shipping fleet

The vessel will be the first LNG ship to be added to the firm’s fleet of 30 ocean-going tankers

Green light for ‘world’s first’ LNG-powered shallow water pushboat design

Rolls-Royce and Robert Allan say the new design produces less pollutants than vessels with conventional propulsion systems

RWE delivers its first LNG to Britain

A total of around 150,000m3 of LNG was loaded from Sabine Pass Liquefaction Terminal in the Gulf of Mexico and transported on the Gaslog Savannah LNG carrier

Winter is Coming – What Energy Users Can Expect

The start of the winter energy season is less than two weeks away and with it comes enhanced volatility.

Australia ‘on track to become world’s largest LNG exporter’

Its export capacity increased from 2.6bn cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2011 to more than 11.4Bcf/d this year

EU approves Croatia’s state aid for €233.6m Krk LNG terminal

It has been designed to transport up to 2.6bn cubic meters of natural gas a year to the national transmission network from 2021

Iberdrola sells LNG assets to Pavilion Energy

The Spanish utility says it will now focus on short term supply

Gas growth over next five years to be driven by demand from Asia

Demand is expected to rise by more than a tenth by 2024, rising to a height of 4.3 trillion cubic metres

Freedom Molecules
US announces plans to spread ‘freedom gas’ through the world

Donald Trump’s Department of Energy has rebranded liquefied natural gas as ‘molecules of US freedom’