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A selection of Articles: For the Industry, By the Industry
Each month experts in the field will be examining various topics in the LNG & Gas industry. To receive these articles straight to your inbox, simply click below.
11th Bidding Round Announced: Upstream Investment Opportunities in Brazil
Written by Hannah Longley, a partner in the Global Projects Group of Baker Botts LLP
Long-awaited announcements in January 2013, which publicise new bid rounds that are due to occur later in the year, have initiated renewed optimism in the Brazilian upstream sector. The bid rounds will present the first opportunity that oil and gas companies have had to acquire new acreage from the government since 2008. Read more
Conclusions from the World LNG Series: Asia Pacific Summit, Singapore
Extracted from the CWC Gas Dynamic Insights Report by Pat Roberts- January 2013
LNG market fundamentals are evolving and changing the ways companies will extract value from the business over the next ten years. The expected growth of LNG demand in Asia is being revised upwards each year and with expected strong regional pricing, the Asian market remains the premium market for suppliers. Read More
Improving Efficiency and Liquidity in the Short-Term LNG Markets
Written by Ruchdi Maalouf- November 2012
The last four years saw increasing efforts by some industry players to standardise the contractual trading terms in the short-term LNG markets. There are now three model master LNG sale and purchase agreements (“MSAs”) available, the latest of which was unveiled by the AIPN this July. These initiatives are major contributions to the standardisation of the trading terms. Building on those contributions, the use of general terms and conditions for the sale and purchase of LNG (“GTCs”) could offer an alternative method to improve efficiency and liquidity in the spot and short-term markets. Read More
LNG Exports from Canada’s West Coast
Written by Bill Sooby & Pat Roberts- October 2012
Much of the recent focus on LNG in the Americas has been the conversion of LNG import terminals in the US Gulf of Mexico into export facilities, with Sabine Pass leading a group of potential projects. To date, Canada has been a relatively small player in the global LNG industry but that could be set to change dramatically. Read More
LNG as a Marine Fuel – A New Opportunity to Grow Demand?
Written by Bill Sooby & Pat Roberts- September 2012
There is growing interest in the use of LNG as a ship’s transportation fuel (known as “Bunkers”). This new demand sector would bring together companies already in the business that have LNG available in the key regions of the world with new counterparties such as engine manufacturers, bunker fuel suppliers and ship operators. Read More
Japanese Nuclear Reactors Restart – is this a Turning Point for the Global LNG Industry?
Written by Bill Sooby & Pat Roberts- August 2012
On 23 June 2012, the Japanese Government gave the go ahead for two nuclear reactors to restart. Is this a sign of Japan reverting to being a major nuclear generator or, is it a short-term reaction to power shortages which will have little long-term effect? Overall, what does it mean for the LNG industry? Read More
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