Gazprom has decided to focus on LNG over shale gas moving forward, in light of the projected global growth prospects of both industries.
PGNiG has announced that, having obtained the necessary corporate approvals, it has notified PAO Gazprom and OOO Gazprom Export of its intention to terminate the contract for the purchase and sale of natural gas into Poland.
According to Reuters, the Papua New Guinea Minister for Petroleum, Kerenga Kua, has said that the country is set to begin talks with Exxon Mobil Corp. to try and negotiate better terms from the P’Nyang Gas Project.
Woodside has announced that it has agreed the tolling price with BHP for processing gas from the Scarborough offshore field at the Pluto LNG facility on Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula.
National Grid Plc has made plans to deliver LNG and CNG by truck to meet winter demand for gas in New York and New England.
A UK research project to assess the viability of biomethane in heavy goods vehicles has saved over 1400 t of well-to-wheel CO2e emissions compared to diesel in a two-year trial.
Woodside has announced that the estimated gross contingent resource (2C) dry gas volume for the Scarborough field has increased by 52%.
Kinder Morgan Tejas Pipeline, LLC, a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, Inc., has announced that it has closed on its acquisition of certain natural gas pipeline assets owned by Southcross Energy.