Two more significant discoveries have reaffirmed the potential of offshore East Africa gas prospects, and have lured in the biggest name in LNG.
Producers, engine-makers, and distributors in the gas sector could all stand to benefit from the introduction of another bill championing natural gas.
Tie-ups with PetroChina may have Shell in pole position to reap the benefits of China’s potential shale bonanza.
An overview of companies among the top holdings of the BMO Junior Gas Index ETF.
With the US “shale revolution” well and truly underway, gas looks set to be just as cheap and abundant in 2012 as it was in 2011.
A snapshot of 10 companies that saw the biggest increases in gas production over the course of the year.
The ‘shale revolution’ drove US natural gas prices lower in 2011, but oil-indexed contracts and the March earthquake in Japan meant pricier gas for the rest of the world.
Anadarko’s new estimate of a gas find could make them an illustrious company among some of Africa’s top gas producers.
Decision on fracking in the Delaware River Basin is postponed one week after the Obama administration defers on the Keystone XL pipeline.
New direct link between Russia and Germany is the first of two twin lines that could eventually supply Western Europe with 55 billion cubic metres of gas per year.