Qatar Petroleum among the highest producers of offshore natural gas by 2025, suggests GlobalData

AdobeStock 177149454GlobalData's latest report 'Global Offshore Upstream Development Outlook, 2021–2025’ reveals, Qatar Petroleum, National Iranian Oil Co, and Royal Dutch Shell Plc will be some of the highest producers of offshore natural gas, with production quantity of 2.6 bcf, 2.4 bcf and 1.2 bcf respectively, in 2025, from planned and announced projects

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Natural gas demand growth set to slow in coming years, says IEA

AdobeStock 312531927Global gas demand is expected to rise by 3.6% in 2021 before easing to an average growth rate of 1.7% over the following three years, according to the IEA’s quarterly Gas Market Report, which also provides a new medium-term forecast

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The Republic of Congo to launch Gas Master Plan at African Energy Week 2021

gasplantThe Ministry of Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Congo will launch the country’s comprehensive Gas Master Plan (GMP) at the African Energy Week (AEW) 2021

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‘Global LNG market faces supply deficit, higher prices from impact of Mozambique delays’

Rystad story 6 MayThe global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market is set to get tighter and could even see annual supply deficits as a result of likely delays in the development of LNG projects in Mozambique due to the country’s worsening security situation, according to Rystad Energy report

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Morocco moves closer to unlocking domestic gas riches, says GlobalData

Morocco GLobal InitialTwo significant gas projects that are poised to take final investment decisions (FID) in Morocco this year could add 70mmcfd of natural gas to the country’s energy mix in the next five years, supporting its ambition of reducing reliance on coal and costly imports from Algeria, according to GlobalData

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