Welcome back to the Weekly Roundup. We hope you had a good week. It was a big news week for the industry with new delvelopments happening every day! Here are some of our favourite articles from the week, providing an insight into the current climate and major industry developments.
The 2 words on everyone's lips this week? Qatar Petroleum! In this week's LNG Wrap Podcast, Pat discusses how they have the perfect 3 ingredients for a very good expansion strategy: means, motive & opportunity.
As is a sign of the times, and a postive show of the industry developing, the World LNG & Gas Series announced this week that the 3rd Japan LNG & Gas Summit will be taking place virtually this July.
Forget the lack of a GDP target, China is ready to go it alone. This year’s joint meeting of the National People’s Congress and Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference – referred to as the ‘Two Sessions’ – was never going to be ordinary.
Imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Turkey during the month of March exceeded imports of gas pipelines for the first time, according to data from the country's energy control body.
Italian major Eni has launched a new business strategy, creating two new business groups as it aims to become a 'leader in the energy transition'.
Oil prices moved back above $40 per barrel for the first time since March while European natural gas prices and LNG vaue indicators surged by 40 percent to recover from historic lows amid more positive signals for global economies.
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