Europe’s LNG supply faces pressure from China and rising prices

Europe’s LNG supply faces challenges, especially due to surging Chinese demand, potentially leaving Europe vulnerable to shortages this winter and beyond, according to a new report

Slower growth ahead for global gas demand

The global gas demand is predicted to decline from an average of 2.5% per year between 2017 and 2021 to a projected 1.6% per year between 2022 and 2026, according to the IEA

‘Ukraine War will lead to huge growth in the LNG market’

Annual average growth of supply is predicted to sit at 5.3% for the next seven years

‘EU gas emissions hit highest level in four years’

The US exported the most LNG to the continent in 2022

Britain to strike major LNG deal with the US

The Prime Minister will reportedly announce details after the COP27 summit

‘LNG is creating 10 times the emissions of pipeline gas’

Research claims that the upping of LNG imports to combat Russia is at more detriment to the environment

ZIM inks $1bn LNG bunkering deal with Shell

Shell will supply 10 LNG-fuelled vessels, which are expected to enter into service in 2023-24

‘Green hydrogen cheaper than LNG in Europe’

That’s due to rocketing gas prices, new research finds

Green hydrogen pipeline to link Bulgaria and Greece

This is being built to cut Russian dependence and boost renewable energy access

M&S adds 20 bio-LNG trucks to fleet under DHL partnership

The move is estimated to deliver a 2,200-tonne reduction in carbon emissions every year