Despite holding the world’s second largest natural gas reserves and having Russia as a new partner, Iran faces challenges to revive one of its three LNG export projects. Iran, the world’s third largest gas producer, shares the giant North Dome/South Pars field with Qatar, but it has fallen far behind in developing its reserves to…
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U.S. shale liquids production could triple during the next few years, nearing 1.5 million b/d, according to an “Energy Insight” report from a Massachusetts-based energy consulting firm, Energy Security Analysis Inc. (ESAI). The eventual impact on U.S. imports and exports of energy could be significant, but there are still uncertainties and challenges.
U.S. dependence on Canadian gas has quadrupled since the 1970sand is expected to grow even further over the next decade, butthere’s no danger the country will be to the domestic gas marketwhat the Middle East has come to mean to the U.S. crude oil market,a Canadian pipeline executive said.