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The Future of Chinese-Russian Energy Relations

Natural Gas Europe had the pleasure of discussing Chinese-Russian energy relations with Dr. Keun-Wook Paik, Associate Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources Programme, Chatham House & Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES).  Natural...

US Research: Faulty Well Integrity, Not Fracking, Main Cause of Water Contamination

Deep hydraulic fracturing is not the primary cause of drinking water contamination from shale gas extraction, says a new scientific research based on date on Pennsylvania and Texas. ‘Faulty well integrity, not hydraulic fracturing deep underground, is the primary cause of drinking water contamination...

US State Proposes Rule on Fracking Waste Wells and Earthquakes

Oil and gas operators in Texas would have to check an area's seismic history before drilling a new waste disposal well, and state regulators would be able to shut down disposal wells that are linked to earthquakes, under a proposal approved today by the Texas Railroad Commission. The proposed rule...

European Gas Demand: Back to 2000 Levels

The European gas market is a disaster in terms of the weather, according to Anne-Sofie Corbeau, Senior Gas Expert at the International Energy Agency (IEA), who offered her insights on European gas flows to Natural Gas Europe at Flame in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Ms. Corbeau...

U.S. LNG Exports to Europe: Why It Won’t Happen Anytime Soon

Bureaucratic impediments, the lack of a free-trade agreement and Washington’s pivot to Asia are among the reasons why American LNG exports to the EU will not be occurring any time soon. But that’s not to say that considerable obstructions to US shipments don’t exist on the EU side too...

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