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By Rhod Mackenzie

Qatar plans to take advantage of the temporary suspension of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export licences by the United States in January 2024 and increase its own production and exports by a further 16 million tonnes a year by the end of the decade. According to Bloomberg, Qatar...

By Rhod Mackenzie

Russia could potentially rank among the top three largest worldwide producers of liquefied natural gas.

This was highlighted in a message from Gazprom subsequent to a board of directors meeting regarding the shale gas and LNG industry outlook, as reported by TASS.

The company...

By Rhod Mackenzie

For the second winter in a row, Europe's energy strategy is largely based on the hope of a warm winter and low economic demand for gas. Despite these and a number of other favourable factors, the price of electricity is fluctuating around 50 euros per MWh (525 euros per thousand...

By Rhod Mackenzie

Europe may have found a previously an unforeseen solution to the challenge facing it of providing the continent with liquefied natural gas (LNG) and it has appeared in the form of Qatar. It has been reported that Doha still requires customers for two-thirds of its LNG supply, wh...

By Alexey Poroshin

The choice of six new countries to join the BRICS five is not accidental. Egypt is an old ally of Russia, which has the largest army in Africa. Russia has a long history of cooperation with Ethiopia. It is the largest state on the continent in terms of population: 123 million pe...