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What does the 2nd half of 2016 hold for the #LNG industry?

Back in January, I issued a popular (for me) post on my predictions for the LNG industry for 2016. Now that we’re through the first half, I thought it might be amusing to see how I’m doing, and perhaps update my outlook for the balance... The pos...
by Fuel Up! on Aug 14, 2016

54 – What will the LNG sector look like in 10 years?

Major trends are in motion that will render the global LNG industry very different in 10 years time from what it looked like 10 years ago. To quote Sun Tzu, from time to time it’s helpful to take a close up view of things distant... The post 54...
by Fuel Up! on Jul 19, 2016

50 – The misplaced gloom about #LNG

There’s lots of gloomy news out there about the future of the LNG sector. It’s a bit unbalanced, in my view. Here’s 5 good reasons why we should be ambivalent to the short term challenges, or at least be a bit more optimistic about...
by Fuel Up! on Jun 21, 2016

What will LNG look like in 10 years?

Major trends are in motion that will render the global LNG industry very different in 10 years time from what it looked like 10 years ago. To quote Sun Tzu, from time to time it’s helpful to take a close up view of things distant... The post Wh...
by Fuel Up! on Apr 25, 2016

What questions will get asked at LNG18?

The world’s most important LNG conference is coming to Australia, and with it, the most important LNG producers, the biggest LNG traders, most important LNG consumers, the largest suppliers to the industry, government officials, regulators, ana...
by Fuel Up! on Mar 28, 2016

The misplaced gloom about LNG

Last week journalists and analysts from all over spilled a fair supply of ink decrying the supply and demand problems of the LNG sector. I thought the articles lacked balance and did not paint any alternative views of the industry. So here’s 5...
by Fuel Up! on Mar 20, 2016

Episode 33 – My predictions for #LNG for 2016

It’s customary at the dawn of a new year to make predictions you have no idea will come true. And true to the season, at a recent meeting I was asked whether I thought the price of oil would get to $20 a barrel in... The post Episode 33 – My...
by Fuel Up! on Feb 11, 2016

Episode 30 – What are Japanese Oil and Gas Companies Thinking About

I recently spent two weeks in Japan on a tour of major Japanese oil and gas companies. I was curious how the nation was dealing with these low oil and gas prices, a shrinking population and the need for significant structural changes to the marketpla...
by Fuel Up! on Jan 12, 2016

What does 2016 hold for the LNG industry?

It’s customary at the dawn of a new year to make predictions you have no idea will come true. And true to the season, at a recent meeting I was asked whether I thought the price of oil would get to $20 a barrel in... The post What does 2016 hold fo...
by Fuel Up! on Jan 10, 2016

Episode 25: LNG Demand and Australia’s Unconventionals

The world of LNG is having one of its occasional bouts of uncertainty, which was the subject of a presentation I recently gave to the DUG Conference in Brisbane. DUG stands for Developing Unconventional Gas, and is a forum devoted specifically to the...
by Fuel Up! on Nov 10, 2015

DUG Speech: LNG Demand and Australia’s Unconventional Resources

  As Australia’s new LNG projects move toward start up, low oil prices and increased competition have altered the outlook. Which countries will have the biggest demand for future LNG?   I was invited to address the DUG conference in l...
by Fuel Up! on Oct 14, 2015

What Are Japanese Oil and Gas Companies Thinking About?

  If you’re an oil and gas company in an energy-poor but highly industrialised nation in mid 2015 with oil and gas prices in the doldrums, what are you thinking about? I spent two weeks in Japan recently on a tour of major Japanese oil and gas...
by Fuel Up! on Sep 13, 2015

LNG Demand, Supply and Australia’s Unconventionals

  The world of LNG is having one of its occasional bouts of uncertainty, which was the subject of a presentation I recently gave to the DUG Conference in Brisbane. DUG stands for Developing Unconventional Gas, and is a forum devoted specifically...
by Fuel Up! on Aug 2, 2015

MOL faces biggest loss in history, says CEO in gloomy birthday speech

MITSUI OSK Lines is facing its largest loss in history of JPY27 billion (US$0.32 billion) despite stable profits and cost-cutting the company has fallen into the red, said its president Koichi Muto at a 128th anniversary speech. Factors such as the...


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