Search: LNG,Gazprom (6 materials)

The Fight for Nord Stream 2: The Interests of all the Players Involved

... tool for promoting U.S. LNG on the European market, as Gazprom has been winning the price war in recent years. It is worth mentioning here that, as oil prices rise, so too do gas prices, which thus makes the European market even more appealing for U.S. LNG suppliers. However, Gazprom is far better equipped to provide discounts in the event of an all-out war breaking out among suppliers. And sellers of liquefied gas are more likely to move on to more attractive markets than they are to become involved in the struggle for the ...

02.07.2018

Russian Gas Projects in the Context of New Paradigm

... encouraging other actors to join US-led organizational frameworks. Despite controlling 175000 km of pipelines and being present in more than 50 international and 20 domestic projects, Russia’s current position is shaky. Governmental favoritism of Gazprom, who has a privileged position with regards to controlling export routes, striped other companies such as Novatek and Rosneft of support in LNG projects that could take relevant place in South-East Asia in order to help Russia decrease its dependency on European market. Russia’s ‘take-it-all’ position vis-à-vis Europe is being challenged not only by external (availability ...

09.10.2016

Oil and Gas Markets to 2025 - LUKoil

... extravagantly this year by losing 26 places and ending up 57th due to the quickly changing European market. To add salt to the wound, Gazprom is now sandwiched between Walt Disney and McDonald's. Finally, it is worth mentioning a few words about LUKoil’s ... ... 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 ...

25.07.2013

Route-2030

... 40% upfront payment by China for gasification. At the time Mareš and Laryš wrote their article it looked like Russia had several options, like supplying China, Japan, the Korean Peninsula and even as far as India. Then it was mainly Gazprom’s modest LNG expertise that limited sizeable deliveries in the near future to the heavily LNG focused Asian states. But still, Gazprom made good progress by shifting 9% of Japanese LNG and 7% of its oil in 2011 to Asia. Vladivostok LNG terminal, due for launch ...

12.04.2013

Oil and Gas Digest

... only possible conclusions around the end of 2013 (See: FoxBusiness). The most recent negotiations have lasted since 2004, when Gazprom signed a cooperation deal with its Chinese counterpart for up to 68 bcm of gas (See: Bloomberg). This was a sizeable figure ... ... 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 ...

02.04.2013

«Oil & Gas Dialogue» IMEMO RAN

... amid long-term contracts and hub trading which is set to be introduced across Europe. An official justification is that Europe feels that gas is overpriced and super-natural profits are recorded by the Russian gas monopoly. At IMEMO RAN Sergei Komlev, Gazprom Export Head of Department for gas Contracts and Pricing, “rebuffs the overpricing myth” by arguing that raw materials increased on average 3-4 times resulting in a natural price increase as pipeline construction or alike now costs ...

14.02.2013

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