Posts Tagged ‘LNG’

  1. LNG glut vs. Gazprom’s unused capacity


    March 29, 2016 by AK

    The previous two posts may seem an exercise in pedantry: so what if Britain is less dependent on Gazprom than Germany or Poland now? Shouldn’t we look beyond 2016 – beyond 2020, even – to a time when Gazprom becomes the only major supplier of piped gas not facing an irreversible decline? Let’s use 2015 production …
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  2. “Gas-rich” describes Qatar better than “oil-rich”


    January 15, 2016 by AK

    Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmi writes in an op-ed in The New York Times: Qataris who seek greater freedom of expression and more democracy in their oil-rich nation face disappointment, and perhaps worse. I wouldn’t call Qatar oil-poor: it produces about 700,000 barrels per day (bpd) for a population of 2.2 million. For comparison, the much-discussed oil output …
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