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High Costs Threaten Lithuania’s Import Plans
December 02, 2013
While the European Commission has approved funding to support Lithuania’s import scheme, the high cost of the floating storage and regasification unit could jeopardize the project’s economic viability.
 
Abu Dhabi Rethinks Plans To Plug Gas Shortage
December 02, 2013
Abu Dhabi’s Emirates LNG unexpectedly announced plans this month to develop a land-based regasification terminal without the original offshore component, intended as the first 600 MMcf/d phase of the 1.2 Bcf/d import project.
 
Argentina Sews Up 2014 Supply In Second Tender
December 02, 2013
Argentina has scooped up the bulk of its desired import needs over the next two years after awarding 10 cargoes at its Bahia Blanca terminal and five deliveries into Escobar in a second tendering round held this month.
 
Northern China Braces For Winter Gas Deficit
December 02, 2013
China’s National Development and Reform Commission expects gas demand in the northern provinces to be higher this year. The country’s last shortage in 2009 resulted from an unusually early cold snap, but temperatures have been relatively mild heading into winter.
 
US Market Gets Its First Taste Of Winter
December 02, 2013
The US got its first taste of winter this month with a blast of arctic air hitting the northeast and southern regions in the middle of November. Prices peaked at $3.90/MMBtu, but the futures curve suggests traders are not factoring in much seasonal volatility this winter.
 
Tight Supplies Buoy Winter Spot Market
December 02, 2013
Asian spot prices boomed this month amid tight supplies, with some trades apparently being done at prices above oil-parity as buyers completed December requirements and turned their attention to January.
 
Low Imports Constrain European Reload Activity
December 02, 2013
Europe appears to have stemmed the decline in its monthly import tally, and LNG deliveries in November held steady for the third month in a row. But the pace of arrivals is constraining reload activity.
 
Gazprom Pushes Vladivostok LNG As Export Grip Loosens
December 02, 2013
With its monopoly on international gas sales nearing the end game, Gazprom is pulling out all the stops in its quest to build Vladivostok LNG and edge out Russian rivals Novatek and Rosneft in the race for market share in Asia.
 
Washington Tightens Export Order At Freeport LNG
December 02, 2013
Freeport LNG has secured a second non-free trade agreement order from the US Department of Energy. This brings its non-FTA export allowance to 13.2 MMt/y, representing the capacity of its three trains rather than the more expansive authorization Freeport LNG was seeking.
 
British Columbia Floats Profit Tax On LNG Plants
December 02, 2013
British Columbia has floated plans for a two-tiered taxation system that could be applied to LNG projects proposed along the province’s coastline, although consultations with sponsors are still ongoing and a final decision has not been made.
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