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India coal: transport bottlenecks as demand is expected to rise

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Natural Gas

  • Chinese April LNG imports reach 1.5 mil mt, significant cuts to Qatar volumes

    Chinese LNG imports gained 12% year on year to reach 1.5 million mt in April, General Administration of Customs data released late Tuesday showed.

  • US DOE export decision moves Nova Scotia LNG project ahead

    A recent favorable decision by the US Department of Energy means a proposed project designed to export up to 10 million mt/year of LNG from the coast of Nova Scotia needs only two more export permit approvals, the project developer said Tuesday, adding it continues to target first gas in early 2020.

  • Dutch, German prompt gas prices tick up after bank holiday

    Dutch and German prompt prices inched up Tuesday morning as industrial demand returned after a long weekend. By midday UK time, the TTF day-ahead contract for Wednesday last traded 7.5 euro cent higher day on day at Eur20.575/MWh, while corresponding German GASPOOL and NetConnect were respectively 32.5 euro cent and 12.5 higher on the day, both at Eur20.775/MWh.

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