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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Gastech 2015 (Oct 27-30)


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Gulf News: China’s Vaulting Ambitions for Gas Usage

The story about oil in China is never complete unless it is coupled with the story about natural gas, which I would like to relate here. Although gas consumption represents 5 per cent of total primary energy in China compared to coal’s 66 per cent and oil’s 20 per cent, the absolute value...

ENGIE to Supply LNG to Beijing Gas Group

French firm ENGIE on Thursday signed a deal to supply LNG to Beijing Enterprise Group (BEG). The deal was signed in Toulouse between Pierre Chareyre, Executive Vice President, in charge of Global Gas & LNG of ENGIE and Wang Dong, Chairman of BEG. As per the agreement, ENGIE will provide Beijing...

Eurasia Review: The Momentum For The Trans-Caspian Pipeline

The proposed Trans-Caspian Pipeline (TCP), which aims to bring Turkmen gas to Europe, has recently become a topic of intense debate. Despite the existing barriers to the implementation of the project, there have been positive shifts towards its construction. The Ashgabat Declaration launched the work...

The Calcutta Telegraph: Twin Push for Gas Pipelines

India will simultaneously push for two gas pipelines originating from Central Asia, one from Kazakhstan and the other from Turkmenistan, during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit there this month, in a bid to hedge its bets in the mineral-rich but politically fragile region. India is nudging Turkmenistan...

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