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02.01.2014 Shell Buys Repsol’s LNG Portfolio outside North America for USD 1.6bn

Royal Dutch Shell plc ("Shell") on January 2 announced the successful completion of the acquisition of Repsol S.A.'s ("Repsol") liquefied natural gas (LNG) portfolio outside North America for a headline cash consideration of $4.1 billion.

24.12.2013 Qatar to Increase LNG Sales to Europe

Qatar is poised to boost contracted liquefied natural gas exports to Europe by the most in five years as prices in the region are at their highest since 2006, Bloomberg reported on December 23. 

23.12.2013 Malaysia to Have Enough LNG by 2016

Malaysia is expected to fully attend to the domestic demand and need for liquefied natural gas (LNG) by 2016 upon the commissioning of Petroleum National Bhd’s (Petronas) two new liquefication plants in Sarawak, Malaysian Reserve reported on December 22.

17.12.2013 India May Be Short of Gas, MPs Warn

A Parliamentary standing committee has expressed fear that India could witness acute shortage of natural gas in two years, which may not be met even through imports due to lack of infrastructure, Deccan Chronicle reported on December 16.

10.12.2013 Russia’s Gazprom, Japan May Build Power Plant

Russian gas giant Gazprom and authorities of Niigata prefecture, Japan, are to study possible joint construction of a thermal power station on its territory, Itar-Tass reported on December 9, citing Japanese central TV channel NHK.

09.12.2013 Ukraine’s Ukrgazvydobuvannia Produces 13.7 Million Cubic Meters of Gas in 2013

Ukrgazvydobuvannia increased gas output by 94 million cu m over 11 months of the current year, the news agency Ukrinform reported on December 6.

09.12.2013 Between a Rock and a Hard Place The loss of Gazprom’s monopoly on the export of LNG could undermine the gas giant’s position in Europe

As early as 2014 Rosneft and NOVATEK  could be granted the right to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) by-passing Gazprom.

06.12.2013 Turkey to Import USD 350 Million Worth of LNG from Qatar

Turkey will import 350 million U.S. dollars' worth of liquefied natural gas from Qatar to meet its increasing demand this winter, semi-official Anadolu news agency quoted Turkish energy minister as saying December 5, Xinhua has reported.

03.12.2013 November 2013

02.12.2013 Putin Signs Law To Liberalize LNG Export Market

On November 30, Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law legislation that will liberalize the export of liquified natural gas (LNG).