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Chevron Inks Another Deal to Supply LNG in Asia

Chevron Inks Another Deal to Supply LNG in Asia

Chevron Corp. said Wednesday that it has signed a binding sales and purchase agreement (SPA) to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to a utility in Hokkaido, Japan, beginning in 2022. Under the deal, affiliate Chevron U.S.A. Inc. would provide 500,000 tons of LNG from 2022 to 2026 to Hokkaido Gas Co. Ltd. With harsh winters,…

April 7, 2021
Qatar Petroleum Signs LNG Supply Deal with China’s Sinopec

Qatar Petroleum Signs LNG Supply Deal with China’s Sinopec

State-owned Qatar Petroleum (QP) on Monday signed an agreement to supply China Petroleum & Chemical Corp., aka Sinopec, with 2 million tons (Mt) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) annually for a term of 10 years.  The deal is yet another bold move for QP as it looks to strengthen its hand in the future of…

March 22, 2021
Natural Gas Prices Continue to Slide on Post-Storm Recovery

Natural Gas Prices Continue to Slide on Post-Storm Recovery

Natural gas futures crashed on Monday as production appeared to be making a quick recovery from the unrivaled Arctic blast that rocked the energy industry last week. Warming weather models also provided a headwind to prices, with the March Nymex gas futures contract tumbling 11.6 cents to settle at $2.953. April slid only 5.5 cents…

February 22, 2021
Chevron, Pavilion Agree to LNG Supply Deal Detailing Emissions to Produce and Deliver Cargoes

Chevron, Pavilion Agree to LNG Supply Deal Detailing Emissions to Produce and Deliver Cargoes

An affiliate of Chevron Corp. has signed a deal to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) that requires it to detail the emissions generated to produce and deliver the cargoes as more countries scrutinize their energy consumption and climate impacts.  Chevron U.S.A. Inc. has agreed to supply Pavilion Energy Trading & Supply Pte. Ltd. with 500,000…

February 22, 2021
Uncertainty Overshadows Global Natural Gas Recovery as Winter Nears End

Uncertainty Overshadows Global Natural Gas Recovery as Winter Nears End

Global natural gas demand is expected to bounce back to pre-pandemic levels this year, but the recovery is likely to be uneven and growth could be weak even after demand soared amid a historic cold snap this winter.  “We opened the year with this very strong bull run in Asia, which I would say was…

February 12, 2021
‘Greater Visibility’ for Stronger E&P Activity by Private, Public Operators, says RPC Chief

‘Greater Visibility’ for Stronger E&P Activity by Private, Public Operators, says RPC Chief

Oil and gas supply and demand appears now to be heading in opposite directions, setting the stage for a potential upcycle in the industry, RPC Inc. CEO Richard A. Hubble said Wednesday. Hubble, who runs the Atlanta-based oilfield services (OFS) giant, discussed the fourth quarter performance and outlook for 2021 during a conference call. RPC…

January 27, 2021
Commonwealth LNG Launches Competitive Bidding to Jumpstart Louisiana Export Project

Commonwealth LNG Launches Competitive Bidding to Jumpstart Louisiana Export Project

Commonwealth Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has launched a tender soliciting bids from potential offtakers that could acquire supply from the proposed project in Louisiana at volumes, pricing and durations of their choosing.  The company is aiming to accelerate the supply contracting process by offering more flexibility. Offtakers could buy on a tolling, free-on-board (FOB) or…

January 19, 2021
Halliburton Advancing Digital Supply Chain in Another Collaboration with Accenture

Halliburton Advancing Digital Supply Chain in Another Collaboration with Accenture

Halliburton Co., the largest Lower 48 completions expert, is accelerating its digital supply chain and extending it into manufacturing in another collaboration with consultancy Accenture. The Houston-based oilfield services (OFS) giant has been working to advance digital deployment and integrate its systems across the value chain to enhance customer service. Plans now are to launch…

December 2, 2020
Braskem Vows Legal Action as Natural Gas Transport Service Cut off by Mexico’s Cenagas

Braskem Vows Legal Action as Natural Gas Transport Service Cut off by Mexico’s Cenagas

Brazilian petrochemicals giant Braskem S.A. said Wednesday that Mexico’s Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural (Cenagas) has cut off natural gas transportation service for the Etileno XXI complex in Mexico’s Veracruz state. Cenagas is the state entity tasked with coordinating operations and allocating capacity on the Sistrangas natural gas pipeline network. Etileno XXI, the…

December 2, 2020
Montney Gaining on Alberta, Cruising to Become Top Canadian Natural Gas Play

Montney Gaining on Alberta, Cruising to Become Top Canadian Natural Gas Play

Rich Montney Shale resources will let British Columbia (BC) take over from Alberta as the top Canadian natural gas producer jurisdiction within 20 years, according to two separate supply projections. Alberta falls behind BC in the latest national outlook by the Canada Energy Regulator (CER), Canada’s Energy Future 2020. The gas lead changes in both…

December 1, 2020
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