Gas

U.S. Gas Glut Sparks Ultra Bearish Sentiment Among Hedge Funds

Portfolio investors have become extremely bearish about the outlook for U.S. gas prices, even though prices have already fallen to their lowest level in real terms since futures began trading in 1990.

Qatar Expands Gas Output Amid Plummeting Global Prices

Qatar will further raise gas production despite a steep drop in global gas prices, pushing ahead with plans to extract more of the resource amidst fierce competition with rivals such as the United States.

ExxonMobil Weighs Offers for Argentina Shale Assets, Source Says

U.S. energy giant ExxonMobil Corp. is weighing offers for its oil and gas assets in Argentina's Vaca Muerta shale region, a source familiar with the plan said on Friday, adding there was no time frame for a decision and the sale may not move forward.

U.S. Regulators Set April Deadline for Decision on Venture Global LNG Permit Extension

U.S. energy regulators on Friday said they would decide quickly on liquefied natural gas developer Venture Global LNG's request for a one-year extension to its construction permit for its Calcasieu Pass LNG plant in Louisiana.

Cheniere Energy's Annual LNG Revenue Falls on Lower Natural Gas Prices

U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) company Cheniere Energy on Thursday forecast a lower core profit for 2024 as prices of the fuel buckle under excess supply, sending its shares down 1.7% premarket.

Exxon Considers Guyana Offshore Gas Production Post-2029

Exxon, Hess Corp. and CNOOC are under pressure from Guyana to develop untapped natural gas in the South American country, where they have discovered more than 11 billion barrels of oil and gas since 2015.

Chesapeake Plans to Cut Output, Spending Amid Oversupplied Natural Gas Market

Chesapeake Energy said it would cut spending and natural gas output this year as it sees the market being "oversupplied", causing the company's shares to rise more than 7% on Wednesday.

Chesapeake Energy Beats Q4 Profit Estimates Amid Lower Expenses, Production Decline

Chesapeake Energy beat Wall Street estimates for fourth-quarter profit on Tuesday as the natural gas producer saw a steep decline in its operating expenses.

Guyana's $1.9 Billion Gas-to-Power Project Pushed to 2025

Guyana will delay until 2025 its biggest effort to capitalize on its energy bounty, a $1.9 billion gas-to-power project that was to start this year, using untapped gas to slash electricity costs, a Ministry of Natural Resources consultant said on Tuesday.

CenterPoint Energy to Sell 12,000-Mile Pipeline Network in Louisiana, Mississippi for $1.2 Billion

CenterPoint Energy said on Tuesday it would sell its natural gas assets in Louisiana and Mississippi for $1.2 billion to Bernhard Capital Partners, as the electric and gas utility plans to focus on its regulated business.

Occidental Considers $18 Billion Sale of Western Midstream, Sources Say

Occidental Petroleum is exploring a sale of Western Midstream Partners, a U.S. natural gas-focused pipeline operator that has a market value of more than $18 billion, including debt, according to people familiar with the matter.

China's CNOOC Receives Approval for Second LNG Berth at Yancheng Port

Chinese state-owned CNOOC has received government approval to build a second berth at its LNG receiving terminal in Yancheng in eastern Jiangsu province, according to a statement from the Shanghai Petroleum and Natural Gas Exchange on Tuesday.

Equitrans Delays Mountain Valley Natural Gas Pipeline Again, Increases Projected Cost

U.S. energy firm Equitrans Midstream has delayed the estimated completion of its Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia to the second quarter from the first quarter due in part to adverse weather in January.

EQT Misses Quarterly Profit Estimates on Lower Prices, Plans Moderate Drilling Expansion

EQT Corp., the largest U.S. natural gas producer, missed fourth-quarter profit estimates on Tuesday, as higher sales volumes were offset by lower gas prices.

Cenovus Energy Boosts Production Despite Refinery Challenges, Shares Rise 7%

Cenovus Energy narrowly missed analysts' estimates for quarterly profit, but higher production and refinery throughput volumes pushed shares in the Canadian oil and gas producer as much as 7% higher on Thursday.

ADNOC Executive Emphasizes Gas-Centric Strategy, Eyes Egypt Market Potential

A top executive of state-owned Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) on Monday said the company's strategy was anchored around gas output and that Egypt has been identified as a market with a lot of potential.

EU Sees No Need to Extend Deal on Russian Gas Transit via Ukraine

The European Union sees no need to extend an agreement to transport Russian gas to Europe via Ukraine, ahead of the contract's planned expiry at the end of the year, the bloc's energy policy chief said on Thursday.

Equinor Signs 15-Year LNG Deal with India's Deepak Fertilizers

Norway's Equinor said on Monday it had signed a 15-year agreement to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to India's Deepak Fertilizers from 2026.

El Niño Drives Real U.S. Gas Prices to Multi-Decade Low

Inflation-adjusted U.S. gas prices have fallen to the lowest level for over 30 years as a mild winter and continued production growth leave the market carrying a growing surplus of inventories.

Pipeline Operator TC Energy Beats Profit Estimates on High Gas Demand

North American pipeline operator TC Energy beat fourth-quarter profit estimates on Friday, boosted by high demand for transporting natural gas.

U.S. Regulators Approve Mexico Pacific LNG's Saguaro Connector Pipeline

U.S. energy regulators on Thursday approved a cross-border pipeline that would export about 2.8 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from Texas to Mexico Pacific's Saguaro LNG export plant on Mexico's west coast.

Spotlight on Mexico: Sierra Madre Pipeline Signals Nation’s Future

Mexico’s state of Chihuahua and the U.S. company Mexico Pacific have signed an agreement to construct the Sierra Madre Gas Pipeline (STGN). The pipeline will extend 155 miles (250 km) from the Waha Basin in Texas to the border at Chihuahua, then 497 miles (800 km) to Puerto Libertad in Sonora.

Venture Global LNG Presses Regulators to Approve CP2 LNG Project

U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Venture Global LNG on Thursday asked federal regulators to approve construction of its controversial Calcasieu Pass 2 export plant at their meeting next month.

U.S. House Set to Vote on Bill Reversing Biden's LNG Export Pause

The U.S. House was expected to vote on Thursday on a bill that attempts to strip the power of President Joe Biden's administration to freeze approvals of liquefied natural gas exports.

Spotlight on Bakken: Gas Expansions Offer Alternative to Permian Constraints

Fueled primarily by U.S. production growth concentrated around the oil-generating geology of North Dakota, the Williston Basin’s midstream footprint has expanded according to the region’s evolving needs.

Tokyo Gas Expects Half of Overseas Profit to Come from U.S. Gas by 2030

Japan's biggest city gas supplier Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd. expects that by 2030 its U.S. shale gas and related businesses, including trading and marketing, will contribute around 50% to its targeted overseas profit, its president said.

Shell Exec: Extended U.S. LNG Export Ban Would Significantly Impact Global Market

An extended U.S. ban on new LNG export projects would have "quite an impact" on the fast-growing global market, a senior Shell executive said on Wednesday.

Williams Companies Beats Profit Estimates, Forecasts Higher 2024 Core Profit

Williams Companies beat estimates for fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday, as it benefited from strength in its transmission and Gulf of Mexico unit, and the pipeline operator also forecast a higher core profit for this year.

Williams CEO Warns U.S. LNG Export Terminal Permit Pause May Fuel Overseas Coal Consumption

The Biden administration's pause on approving permits for U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals could backfire by boosting coal usage overseas, the CEO of U.S. natural gas pipeline operator Williams Companies said.

Iran's Main Gas Pipeline Hit by Sabotage, Oil Minister Says

Two explosions along Iran's main south-north gas pipeline network on Wednesday were caused by sabotage, the Iranian oil minister told state TV, without naming any suspects.