Category: Natural gas

U.S. LNG Exports Could Ensure European Energy Security

The ongoing crisis in Ukraine is a flashpoint for European and American leaders to reinforce energy security in Europe and redouble efforts to decrease Europe’s dependence on Russian natural gas.  Russia provides nearly one-third of Europe’s annual natural gas demand which totaled 18.7 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) in 2013. Ukraine is also the major conduit […]  More »

Drivers aren’t picking up on natural gas-powered F-150

Early sales numbers show that the public isn’t exactly clamoring for an F-150 powered by compressed natural gas.  More »

EIA: Natural gas will slash diesel’s dominance as rail fuel

Liquefied natural gas will likely eat into diesel’s market share in fueling freight locomotives over coming decades, largely because U.S. natural gas will remain cheap as domestic production surges, the Energy Information Administration projects.  More »

Gazprom assures Europe gas supply; German firm starts deliveries to Ukraine

The head of Russian gas giant Gazprom told a European energy leader Tuesday that it will continue to provide a reliable supply of natural gas to the European market, according to Reuters.  More »

Study raises new concerns about emissions from shale gas wells

Researchers found higher-than expected emissions of a potent greenhouse gas emanating from Pennsylvania wells, according to a study published Monday that adds to concerns about the environmental footprint of natural gas.  More »

Norwegian ambassador: US energy ‘not an easy fix’ for Ukraine crisis

FuelFix spoke with Norway’s ambassador to the U.S. about growing tension in Ukraine and how it affects European energy security.  More »

Natural gas loses decades-old tie to oil in landmark deal

A contract for France’s largest natural gas company to buy the commodity from Azerbaijan shows the decades-old structure of Europe’s energy market is starting to crumble.  More »

Gas carousel making Spain Europe’s biggest gas exporter

Spain overtook Norway in March to become the region’s biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas, but the southern European nation has never produced any of the fuel.  More »

Putin expected to sign China gas deal as crisis forces hand

Vladimir Putin is more likely to sign a 30-year deal to supply pipeline gas to China next month after more than a decade of false starts because the crisis in Ukraine is forcingRussia to look for markets outside Europe.  More »

Peaks and Troughs Across the Energy Landscape

As we charge through April and head first into the joys of spring, we are filled with reminders of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, and regrowth. Well, we are supposed to be…but instead I just see examples of peaks and troughs. Hark, here are four such specimens. First up, peak gasoline prices. It is a seasonal thing for […]  More »

Corpus Christi port chief touts benefits of gas exports

Selling more U.S. natural gas to foreign buyers would mean economic gains that flow well beyond the oilfield, a Corpus Christi port commissioner told lawmakers Wednesday.  More »

House panel advances plan to fast-track gas exports

A House panel on Wednesday approved legislation that would fast track U.S. natural gas exports, over objections the foreign sales would send domestic prices higher.  More »
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