The reach of US LNG is growing, but Australia isn’t worried yet. But should it be?
A quick blog on how the UK vote to leave the EU — known as Brexit — is affecting LNG prices.
Since the start-up of new LNG production over the past two years in Australia, the US and Papua New Guinea, global gas prices have become more interlinked than ever.
The creeping global LNG glut is turning trade flows upside down. Sellers are searching far and wide for someone to take their cargoes.
The first new US LNG since 1969 was exported last month. But there is more to come with other liquefaction projects under construction.
We look at how much US LNG is going to hit the market in the next few years, and which countries are likely to receive the gas.
Japan’s mighty nuclear power plant fleet has been brought to a standstill by just 29 residents, adding millions of dollars to the country’s energy import bill.