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EUROPEAN PIPELINE OUTLOOK 2020 SEEKS DIVERSIFICATION  

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor Pipeline Gas Journal  | October 2014, Vol. 241, No. 10 . Seen on a map, Europe’s gas pipeline network appears both complex and comprehensive. It would appear to reflect all conceivable supply needs. Yet, in reality, it is an aggregation of a protracted series of […]

Asia, Gas, Pipelines, Power

REDUCING MARKET BARRIERS SEEN AS KEY TO CHINA’S GAS PIPE DREAM

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor | November 2014, Vol. 241, No. 11  Pipeline and Gas Journal China’s domestic natural gas production is expected to rise from 120 Bcm to 172 Bcm in 2018. In parallel, the nation is pressing ahead with drilling for unconventional gas and expects to reach its […]

Asia, Country Reports, Energy Policy, Energy Security, Gas, Industry Reports, Oil, Pipelines, Power, Reports

COULD INDONESIA RUN OUT OF GAS BY 2030?

By Nicholas Newman October 2014 Indonesia contains large reserves of natural gas. Currently, the country contains the third-largest gas reserves in the Asia Pacific region, after Australia and China, accounting for 1.4 percent of total global gas reserves. Indonesia is the tenth largest global gas producer and 24th biggest consumer […]