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Morteza Behruzifar, a researcher at Iran’s Institute for International Energy Studies (IIES), has said he does not expect the signing of a natural gas swap agreement between Tehran and Moscow to bear much fruit.
Germany’s RWE revealed on September 25 that it had signed documents with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) of the UAE on LNG supplies.
Canada’s Pieridae Energy has asked the country’s federal government to ensure that pipeline operator TC Energy receives approval to expand its gas pipeline network in a timely manner.
QatarEnergy has named TotalEnergies (France) as its first foreign partner in the North Field South (NFS) expansion project, which aims to lift Qatar’s LNG exports by 16mn tonnes per year.
US LNG producer Cheniere Energy has partnered with units of Whistler Pipeline to build the ADCC pipeline.
Trinidad and Tobago's ability to benefit from current European market conditions is constrained by questions about gas supply, production decline and the fate of Atlantic LNG.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of Germany, said on September 20 that his Mexican counterpart Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador had offered to provide assistance in the realm of LNG supplies.
Germany’s Economic Affairs and Climate Action Minister Robert Habeck said on September 19 that Chancellor Olaf Scholz was set to sign contracts for LNG supplies during an upcoming trip to the UAE.
US LNG producer Cheniere Energy has unveiled long-term plans to expand its liquefaction capacity while also raising its financial guidance for 2022.