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WoodMac: LNG projects pushed ahead despite oversupply

WoodMac: LNG projects pushed ahead despite oversupply

In a new global gas analysis, Wood Mackenzie remarks that despite the outlook for global LNG demand looking ...

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WoodMac says Chinese NOC’s facing oversupply

WoodMac: Chinese NOC's facing oversupply

Just 12 months ago, the Chinese gas market looked set to continue its relentless pace of growth, which averaged ...

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Verisk closes WoodMac acquisition

Verisk closes WoodMac acquisition

Verisk Analytics a data analytics provider, said that it completed the acquisition of Wood Mackenzie.

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WoodMac: Canada’s LNG could compete with US

WoodMac: Canada's LNG could compete with US

The huge gas resource base in North America offers significant potential for LNG exports, but currently it is the ...

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WoodMac: Shell takes pole in LNG and deepwater oil

WoodMac: Shell takes pole in LNG and deepwater oil

Commenting on the Shell, BG deal, Tom Ellacott, vice president of corporate analysis for Wood Mackenzie said that ...

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WoodMac: Indonesia to limit LNG exports

WoodMac: Indonesia to limit LNG exports

The Indonesian government has stepped up its efforts to limit the export of raw commodities such as coal, gas, LNG ...

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WoodMac: gas to feature more in Asian power generation mix

WoodMac: gas to feature more in Asian power generation mix

Wood Mackenzie said that coal is facing increasing competition from gas in the power sector.

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Infographic: WoodMac’s review of LNG in 2014

Infographic: WoodMac's review of LNG in 2014

As the industry celebrated its 50th birthday, production was up 5 million metric tonnes per annum to 246 mmtpa and ...

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WoodMac: Asian LNG demand much lower than expected

WoodMac reviews LNG industry in 2014

Wood Mackenzie published a review of LNG industry in 2014.

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WoodMac sees oil slump having numerous effects on Asian LNG

WoodMac sees oil slump have numerous effects on Asian LNG

WoodMackenzie believes that the drop in oil prices will affect the Asian LNG in many ways.

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WoodMac: NGVs to lead China’s diesel displacement

WoodMac NGVs to lead China's diesel displacement

Wood Mackenzie predicts that NGV will play a major role in substituting diesel within the Chinese transport sector ...

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WoodMac: cold winter biggest risk to global LNG market

WoodMac: cold winter biggest risk to global LNG market

WoodMackenzie says that Asian Pacific LNG market is lightly to loosen, but the cold winter effects pose the biggest ...

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WoodMac infographic highlights 50 years of LNG industry

WoodMac infographic highlights 50 years of LNG industry

October 12th 2014 marks an important milestone in the history of the LNG industry: since the Methane Princess ...

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WoodMac: Impact of Ukraine Crisis on Russian Gas Flow ...

WoodMac: Impact of Ukraine Crisis on Russian Gas Flow to Europe

On Monday 16th June 2014, Russia cut off gas to Ukraine, in a long running dispute over unpaid bills. Over the last ...

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WoodMac: Supply Growth in North America Will Redefine ...

Wood Mackenzie: North America To Take Global Energy Supply Lead

  Global energy demand continues its remarkable growth, driven by China and other emerging markets. Yet this ...

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WoodMac: Global Geopolitics Reshaped by North American ...

Wood Mackenzie says North America will become energy independent by 2020 and subsequently, become a net energy ...

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WoodMac: Russia-China Energy Trade Could Quadruple by 2025

Wood Mackenzie says Russia is shifting its outlook east and engaging with China on a range of huge deals that could ...

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WoodMac: Uncertainty in Japan and South Korea Could ...

Wood Mackenzie says policy and regulatory uncertainty in Japan and South Korea could result in less new Liquefied ...

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WoodMac: Significant Liquefaction Capacity Needs to Be ...

Significant liquefaction capacity will need to be developed during the next decade in order to meet LNG demand ...

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