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China Daily 1h
China’s on exports of US liquefied natural gas () will price the US out of the Chinese market and cause a reshuffling of the global market, according to industry leaders and experts.
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Genscape, Inc. 27m
As the market moves into 2019 will be an increasingly important component of the NA market. To learn more about what the winter will hold & how to understand market changes, register for Genscape's LNG Winter Outlook Webinar:
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Sue Andrews 9h
Yum. Now the fracking process is revealed to create radioactive waste? Like we needed another reason to hate it. Still supporting and fracked gas ? ? Time to stop fracking in a seismic zone? We live in hope.
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Wood Mackenzie 11h
Kristy Kramer gives delegates the lowdown on how producers can ride the second wave of US
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BBG Energy News 6h
U.S. natural may be kryptonite for China. Buyers will shun as long as are in place because of the risk that duties may rise more, and without warning, By
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Suits and Boots Canada Sep 18
This is a fight for , , , & every other resource sector job in this country. This is a fight that you can’t leave until tomorrow We only need to convince 17 senators - Call & email your senators now Contact info below:
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Wilderness Committee Sep 17
. promise to unveil a clean-growth strategy that'll drive the BC's GHG's down & somehow make room for the LNG industry. Spoiler alert: it won't. is putting the climate at risk with his pursuit of .
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Wärtsilä Corporation 6h
Stein Thorsager presents a 'New Level of Ecological & Economic Solutions by use of LNG & VOC as Fuel' during Wärtsilä's happy hour today.
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The Narwhal Sep 18
In July, B.C. released three intentions papers regarding climate. Here's what they fail to address according to 's
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Suits and Boots Canada 4h
The Annual Andrew Weaver Sabre Rattle: "threatened on Twitter over X-mas that he would ensure the gov would fall should it allow an project to set up shop in this province"
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Emily Medina 3h
Great to be a part of The Future of Asian LNG Workshop EPRINC/ IEEJ
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Christopher Johnson 8h
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Wärtsilä Corporation 13h
The world’s biggest bio-LNG plant ‘Skogn’ has been officially opened by the Prime Minister of Norway. The plant will convert cleaned biogas from fishery waste and residual paper mill slurry into liquid bio fuel for public transport.
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Platts Gas 12h
. ’s Andrew Walker, ’s Patrick Hughes, LNG’s Stuart Taylor and ’s Jakob Stampe with ' discussing the impact of China's decision to hit US imports with a 10% tariff |
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Wood Mackenzie 7h
Can China establish itself as a global LNG hub and price reference? Find out what it will take and what's holding back JKM. (official knowledge partner for 2018)
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Shiyana 5h
China sets a 10% tariff on US imports just as US LNG exports to China have ramped up, & exports from the newest gulf terminals are ready to start. How much of a negative impact will this have on investment in proposed terminals/expansions?
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Tim “Gee, I Own a Pipeline Now” Pearson Sep 17
"Natural gas is no longer a contender or pretender, just a relic of the past, likely to fall as far and as fast as Old King Coal, and maybe faster." Why exactly is the BC government cheer leading for LNG? That dog won't hunt.
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Matt Egan 3h
Trade war: China strikes back by going after America's booming business
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kwok_w_wan Sep 17
Just put my hand in some
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Dr. Sandra Steingraber Sep 17
Angela Merkel sees imports from US operations as a “cheap, easy way to placate the erratic US president” BUT ~Germany doesn’t want/need US LNG. ~It lacks LNG infrastructure ~it plans to decarbonize completely by 2050
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The ex-PM of Malaysia, praised by the likes of ⁦⁩ to ⁦⁩, arrested for .
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