Search: Shale Gas Revolution,LNG (6 materials)

The Arctic Frontier - Armed with Cooperation

... 1990s, but its 9 Alaskan fields are now in sharp decline and Norway’s Snovhit Field is not matching the Russian spike in production as it is only producing single digits output vs. 45 million tons extracted by Russia. In fact, Alaska’s Kenal LNG Terminal was closed due to its inability to compete against the new Sakhalin LNG. Moreover, competition in the near future from Russia is set to rise further following the anticipated increase in shipments via the Northern Sea Route. To cite some ...

11.12.2013

Oil and Gas Markets to 2025 - LUKoil

... hub as LUKoil points out for the entire area and as policymakers hope, eliminate major differences in prices, but as my older posts stress there are serious problems for certain suppliers in financially breaking-even with such setup. Hot Subzero LNG Over the last 10 years LNG-liquefaction capacities increased by 2.5 times around the world to 360 bcm. Major commissioning occurred in Qatar (see: QatarGas, RasGas) which will amount to 1/5 of the total and we are anticipating a possible export ...

25.07.2013

Route-2030

... Asia’s oil from the current 6% – with China being the main consumer. Further, by 2020-2022 the figure should be around 14-15%. Gas wise, it is amazing that Russia, the energy superpower, sells no pipeline gas to Asia, and only marginally sells LNG from 2009. By 2020-2022 Russia ambitiously aims to reverse this trend by supplying 16-17% of Asia’s gas – with the figure rising to 19-20% by 2030. In all, this shows a positive trend as Russia must diversify its eggs among more than one ...

12.04.2013

Oil and Gas Digest

... was a sizeable figure for China, as it is an emerging player in regards to this fuel type; although it currently adds up to a small portion of its overall energy mix, its growth has been very rapid. China has single-handedly fuelled more demand for LNG and expanded not only in its domestic, but also in international markets, like Africa (See: NYT). I was personally excited about opportunities between Russia and China, as Energy Minister Alexander Novak, issued a statement that both were working ...

02.04.2013

Shale Revolution – Full Steam Ahead!

... Britain, Germany and Poland, as Chatham House sees it in The New Times article, will not make a substantial contribution to the shale gas revolution in the immediate future. Although they have begun developing shale since the end of 2000’s, technical ... ... Impact of Shale - Winners & Losers: Aside from traditional energy suppliers, the world should benefit as in 2015 the first LNG terminal will be built in the US on the Pacific coast to export shale gas to Japan – where current gas prices stand ...

15.03.2013

«Global & Russian Energy Outlook 2035» ERIRAS

... nuclear reactors after the Fukushima Disaster. It will have a serious impact on the already tentative Japanese economy, especially as it has no own energy reserves, making it a premium market for all exporters. - Shale Gas Revolution: The US ‘shale gas revolution’ has made this previously substantial net-importer of gas into almost a self-sustainable entity, with a net-equal position between its imports and exports. USA even had to convert its now useless LNG terminals (which it first built at a massive cost to assure gas supplies in early 2000’s) into shale gas export stations; albeit their potential is limited due to original LNG terminals being inflexible. Reason behind the original revolution ...

18.02.2013

Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
 
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