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27.02.2013 Singapore Trading Hub May Put Cap on Costliest LNG, IEA Says

According to a report by Bloomberg, Singapore is the most likely hub for trading natural gas and reducing the government interference that keeps Asia’s prices higher than anywhere else in the world, according to the International Energy Agency.

21.02.2013 Southeast Asia Key for LNG

According to a report by UPI, Southeast Asian countries will drive overall Asian liquefied natural gas demand through 2025.

20.02.2013 Asia Eyes Russian Arctic Gas as Australian Costs Climb

Reuters reports that plans to export gas from the Yamal peninsula on Russia's Arctic coast are attracting Asian gas buyers and investors who have been put off Australian developments by soaring costs, according to the Yamal project's owner.

13.02.2013 More Canadian LNG Bound for Asian Markets

Teaming with U.S. supermajor Chevron's subsidiary in Canada is a unique opportunity to tap into natural gas-hungry Asian markets, Apache Corp. said, according to UPI.

08.02.2013 Damietta LNG Plant Idled as Egypt Keeps Its Gas at Home

Reuters reports that the Damietta liquefied natural gas facility in Egypt is not operating due to a lack of feed gas as the country diverts export supplies to its domestic market, operator Union Fenosa Gas (UFG) said on Thursday.

03.01.2013 Asia Fuel Oil-January Western arbitrage arrivals at 10 month high

Approximately 5.6 million tons of Western fuel oil have been provisionally booked to arrive in East Asia in January, the highest volume in 10 months, according to a Reuters survey of traders and shipping brokers reported on January 2.

26.12.2012 Chevron Subsidiary Acquires Operating Interest in Western Canada LNG Project to Meet Rapidly Growing Asia-Pacific Demand

Chevron Corporation announced December 24 that its indirect Canadian subsidiary, Chevron Canada Limited, will acquire a 50 percent operating interest in the Kitimat liquefied natural gas (LNG) project and proposed Pacific Trail Pipeline (PTP), and a 50 percent interest i

10.12.2012 Petronas sees LNG exports from $11-bln Canadian facility by 2018

Reuters reports today that Malaysian state oil firm Petronas is aiming to  to begin exports by 2018 from its joint $11-billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Canada. The company has teamed up with Canada's Progress Energy Resources Corp.

10.12.2012 Qatari LNG export destinations are being diversified

According to data reported by Arab News, Qatar is the world's largest LNG exporter, exporting 76 million tons of LNG in 2011 and accounting for 31 percent of the global market.

06.12.2012 Shell Shifts Gas Business to Singapore on Asia Demand Growth

According to a Bloomberg report, Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe’s biggest oil producer, is planning to move its natural-gas business to Singapore from The Hague in response to growing demand for liquefied natural gas in Asia.