BP Thinks It's Sitting on Another Giant Gas Field in the Caspian
Indian government is promoting the expansion of gas infrastructure, including four additional LNG terminals under construction.
Tankers Going Nowhere Indicate LNG Market Becoming More Like Oil
China already overtook South Korea as second-largest LNG importer last year and is on track to surpass Japan.
Russia Looks to Hydrogen as Way to Make Gas Greener for Europe
Britain's Freezing Renters to Get Relief at Landlords' Expense
The Dirtiest Part of Cleanest Fossil Fuel Is Price
Sorry China, Shipping Costs Make Europe a LNG Hot Spot Right Now
Two Small Towns in Germany Vie to Make Trump's LNG Dream Reality
Cruise Liners Going Green Become Latest Market for LNG
Why Higher Pollution Costs Haven't Dented Coal Demand in Europe
RWE Adds African Producers to Talks on Supplying German Terminal
Vitol Pact With Cheniere Shows Long-Term LNG Deals Aren't Dead
Norway Poised to Battle With Global Giants in German Gas Market
Europe Should Get Over Oil Storage and Look to Gas, OIES Says
LNG shippers are taking advantage of open waters as ice caps stage one of their largest retreats on record.
Oil Has Stopped Dictating Which Direction European Gas Will Go
Why World Worries About Russia's Natural Gas Pipeline
Europe's Unprecedented Natural Gas Rally Drives Up Power Prices
Energy traders should get ready for European carbon allowance costs to almost double in the next year.
LNG Heads Out the Door as Asia Outbids European Utilities