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  • Indicative Prices of crude oil and natural gas on January 21, 2021

    10 AM Brent $/bbl WTI $/bbl NYMEX $MMBtu

    Indian Crude Basket

    Jan 21, 2021 55.88 53.10 2.54  
    Average between Jan 14-20 56.06 53.08 2.64 49.84#
    Jan 21,  2020 64.21 57.59 1.90 64.31##

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    Indicative Prices of crude oil and natural gas on January 20, 2021

    10 AM Brent $/bbl WTI $/bbl NYMEX $MMBtu

    Indian Crude Basket

    Jan 20, 2021 56.28 58.32 2.55  
    Average between Jan 13-19 56.29 58.04 2.69 49.84#
    Jan 20,  2020 65.05 58.45 1.69 64.31##

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    ** PPAC , & balance data source – https://tradingeconomics.com/
    ** The PPAC price is the average for Dec 2020 (#) and average for Jan 2020 (##)

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  • US Events pushing up gas prices

    Between August 1 and August 31, Nymex gas price has increased by a whopping 42%.

    The increase in gas price has come in the background of a sliding US economy in the April-June qtr.

    This is not surprising in view of the significant decline in oil and gas rigs; compared to 904 rigs on August 30, 2019 the current number is 254 rigs as on August 28, 2020 (Source Oil Price.com). Consequent to the drop in rig count, oil and gas production has also come down, moreso because of closing of shale oil & associated gas producing assets.

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    LNG price indexation to HH too must have been impacted by the increase. Price of LNG out of USA continues to increase vis-a-vis pipeline supply in Europe, however, the LNG spot markets are showing an uptrend from a low of below $2/MMBtu to anything above $4/MMbtu for September-October delivery.

    Asian spot LNG prices jumped to a multi-month high earlier this week, although they eased slightly towards the end of the week on expectations of more supply from the United States. The average LNG price for October delivery into northeast Asia LNG-AS was estimated at about $4.10 per MMBtu this week, up 40 cents from the previous week, but down about 10 to 20 cents from earlier this week. Prices for cargoes to be delivered in September were estimated at about $3.90 to $4 per MMBtu.

     

     

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  • Natural gas consumption to rise 3-folds in 10 yrs for 15% target: Pradhan

    Natural gas currently makes up for 6.2 per cent of all energy consumed in the country.

    New Delhi – India’s natural gas consumption will have to rise more than three-folds in next 10 years for the environment friendly fuel’s share to increase to 15 per cent in the country’s energy basket, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Thursday adding that a massive USD 60 billion is being spent to expand gas infrastructure to meet such a demand.

    Natural gas currently makes up for 6.2 per cent of all energy consumed in the country. To cut dependence on polluting coal and liquid fuels, the government is targeting its share to rise to 15 per cent by 2020-30.

    “Gas consumption has to rise to 600 million standard cubic metres per day for achieving 15 per cent share in energy basket” from current levels of 166 mmscmd, he said at a FICCI conference on gas infrastructure.

    The current consumption comprises 80-90 mmscmd of domestic output and the remaining coming by way of imports, he said.

    “A massive USD 60 billion is being spent on building gas infrastructure to meet the demand,” he said.

    The investment is being done in building LNG import terminals, laying pipelines and expanding city gas distribution network so that the usage of non-polluting fuel in the country rises.

    Pradhan said natural gas, having dual advantages of being cleaner as well as a cheaper fuel (when compared with liquid fuels like diesel and furnace oil), could help steer India as a transition/ bridging fuel towards a ‘low carbon future’.

    India presently has 38.8 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal capacity. This is being expanded to 52.5 million tonnes in next 3-4 years, he said.

    Also, an additional 14,700 km of gas pipeline is being laid to expand the existing network of 16,800 km.

    City gas distribution networks for sale of CNG to automobiles and piped cooking gas to households is being expanded to 70 per cent of the country at an investment of Rs 1.2 lakh crore, he said.

    Besides, plans are afoot to set up 5,000 compressed bio gas plants that will convert agri and municipal wastes into gas. These will have a capacity of 15 million tonnes by 2023, he said adding a letter of intents for nearly 500 CBG plants have already been issued.

    For fuel investment in the gas sector, the government has is rationalising natural gas grid tariff structure and setting up a gas trading exchange or hub, he said.

    India is the world’s third-largest energy consumer after the USA and China. According to BP Energy Outlook 2019, India’s energy consumption will jump from the current 6 per cent to 11 per cent in 2040.

    It is expected to cross China as the largest energy growth market by 2020.

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