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Tanzania gas project faces further delays

Tanzania gas project faces further delays Tanzania has suspended talks between the government and foreign investors in the oil and gas sector that would have set the tone for the review of Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs). The suspension is blamed on delays by the Attorney General’s chambers. In 2018, the government ordered the review of […]

Gas key to clean energy future in Australia and globally

Gas key to clean energy future in Australia and globally As delegates gather in Madrid for the 25th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference, the latest government estimate[1] released with the June 2019 Quarterly Update of Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory[2] confirms the importance of Australia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports for reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. “It’s […]

The Superpowers Battling Over Iraq’s Giant Oil Field

The Superpowers Battling Over Iraq’s Giant Oil Field Ever since the U.S. signalled through its effective withdrawal from Syria that it now has little interest in becoming involved in military actions in the Middle East, the door has been fully opened to China and Russia to advance their ambitions in the region. For Russia, the Middle East […]

Gas ‘indispensible’ in mitigating climate change: GECF

Gas ‘indispensible’ in mitigating climate change: GECF Natural gas is an ‘indispensable’ part of the global energy mix needed to limit the impact of climate change and protect the environment, the Gas Exporting Countries’ Forum (GECF) said. In a communique following the GECF’s 5th Gas Summit in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, the forum said natural gas […]