With Qatar at the centre of a “sellers’ market” for LNG, what can the East Mediterranean offer European governments to ease the pressure?
The company signed a term sheet to buy LNG from Oman LNG for 10 years. The Omani project will provide Shell with 0.8 million tonnes per year, it said.
Gas, he said, would be “a critical fuel in the energy transition and Adnoc Gas, through its world-scale operations and significant growth and expansion plans, will be well-positioned to meet both local and international gas demand”.
Japanese companies have struck a number of LNG deals, as the government pushes to lock in future energy supplies.
Since I’m on my way to Doha as I write, what better subject than LNG and the boom which will keep the dollars flowing into Qatar for decades to come.
QatarEnergy (QE) has struck a deal to supply LNG to ConocoPhillips, for delivery to Germany into the 2030s.
Adnoc has brought forwards its plans to reach 5 million barrels per day of production, while boosting reserves and setting out plans for an IPO of a new gas unit.
Sinopec has signed up to buy 4 million tonnes per year of LNG from QatarEnergy (QE) for 27 years.
NewMed Energy has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) to supply natural gas, and develop blue hydrogen, for delivery into Europe with Uniper.
QatarEnergy (QE) has chosen ConocoPhillips to be its third partner on the North Field South (NFS) LNG development.
QatarEnergy (QE) has signed up to buy 70% of the production from its Golden Pass LNG export project, which it is developing with ExxonMobil in Texas.
QatarEnergy (QE) has chosen Shell as its second partner on the North Field South (NFS) expansion project.
Europe has a history of energy policy failures that it is showing few signs of correcting, according to Israeli energy expert Gina Cohen.
The lack of fungibility of the gas market is set to pose a major challenge for Europe in the near term, the heads of Saudi Aramco and Shell agreed today.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has signed agreements on securing new energy supplies during a visit to United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed.
TotalEnergies has signed up to take a 9.375% stake in Qatar’s next phase of LNG expansion, North Field South (NFS).
McDermott International has won a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract from QatarEnergy (QE) under the North Field expansion project.
QatarEnergy (QE) has officially picked Shell to take a 25% stake in a joint venture on the North Field East (NFE) project. This will have total capacity of 32 million tonnes per year.
ExxonMobil is investing in a $29 billion project to boost Qatar’s gas exports, joining others including ConocoPhillips, TotalEnergies and Eni.
China’s energy majors are in advanced discussions to invest billions of dollars in Qatar’s massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) expansion project.
TotalEnergies has won a 25% stake in the North Field East (NFE) LNG project, from QatarEnergy (QE).
The Israeli government has stepped in to warn off Hezbollah and Lebanon from interfering with the recently arrived Energean Power FPSO, on the Karish field.
ExxonMobil and TotalEnergies are among a group of Western energy companies poised to win stakes in a multibillion dollar project to boost Qatar’s gas exports, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Adnoc has strengthened its low-carbon ties with Japan, signing deals on blue hydrogen and ammonia, during a three-day visit.
Adnoc L&S has ordered three more LNG vessels, larger than its current fleet, with delivery in 2025-26.