Tag: China

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Africa, Asia, Australia, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Power

QATAR’S LNG EXPANSION PLANS IS LIKELY TO BE DELAYED

One thing is clear, the prospect of the Qatari increasing its liquefaction export capacity is likely to be further delayed.

Pipe supply for Power of Siberia
Asia, Central Asia, Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Long Time Coming: Power Of Siberia Delivers First Gas

Once the Power of Siberia pipeline reaches its full capacity in 2025, China will become Russia’s largest buyer of natural gas, displacing Germany. Ultimately, the pipeline could connect production and demand centers to the east and west and enable Russia to export gas to ice-free LNG ports on Russia’s Pacific Coast. The geopolitical significance of the Power
of Siberia pipeline is not to be underestimated

USA and China trade war
Business, Energy Policy, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Europe, Gas, Gulf States, Liquid Natural Gas, Middle East, Oil, Pipelines, Rigzone

Oil Demand Shrinks Under Weight of US-China Trade War

This trade war has slowed demand for oil in China, but also in Europe and America itself.

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Oil, Rigzone

Has the Oil Glut Disappeared?

Geopolitical issues and industry disruptions are confusing the oil market.

Asia, Energy, Energy Trading, Europe, National Grid, Power, Power Generation Technology, Power Grid

China has plans to link its power grid with Europe

There are proposals being studied by the Chinese power sector to develop a transcontinental power network that word link China with markets in not only in Central Asia but even Europe.