- Alaskan Gas Supplies May Find Welcome Home. Share, Jeff // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Mar2000, Vol. 227 Issue 3, p58
Discusses Alaska's potential for being a source of natural gas reserves that will enable the natural gas industry to expand and meet the anticipated boom in demand. Concerns over the future supply of natural gas in the United States; Costs of developing natural gas pipelines in Alaska.
- Israel. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;2/25/2000, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p22
Reports on the natural gas reserves at the Or-1 well, located offshore Israel in the Med Yavne concession.
- Egypt enters the LNG market. George, Dev // Offshore;Jan97, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p10
Looks into Egypt's entry into the liquefied natural gas market. Export pipeline to Israel; Feasibility of establishing a natural-gas plant in the Egyptian Delta; Transportation and commercial of the product to Turkey.
- New generation of independents. // Offshore;Jan2000, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p8
Contends that the merger dynamic among larger oil and gas producers is responding to more than just economies of scale. Average cost of buying reserves or companies with reserves; Comparison between the business strategies of merged and independent oil and gas producers.
- Gulf of Mexico's next frontier: very deep shelf reserves. Dodson, Jim; Dodson, Ted; Schmidt, Victor // Offshore;Jul2000, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p30
Cites the gas reserve potential of the Gulf of Mexico. Overview of the relationship between the United States Gulf and oil producers; Explanation for the dominance of natural gas in the Gulf; Oil companies that did well in terms of natural gas production in 1999; Factors that make the Gulf of...
- The rise and fall of Saudi Arabia's great gas initiative. O'Sullivan, Edmund // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;6/27/2003, Vol. 47 Issue 26, p4
Examines the rise and fall of Saudi Arabia's natural gas initiative. Background on the signing of the agreement for Saudi Arabia's gas initiative by leaders of international oil companies in Jeddah in June 2001; Gas reserves of Saudi Arabia; Role of politics in the initiative.
- Gas agreement awaits Baghdad's approval. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;2/11/2005, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p12
Reports on the agreement on the commercial terms for the Iraq/Kuwait gas supply deal following the conclusion of negotiations between the Kuwaiti government and the Iraqi Oil Ministry. Information on the planned implementation of the supply deal; Terms of the agreement; Other gas deals of Kuwait.
- The dash for gas. Dutta, Ashok // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;6/23/2006, Vol. 50 Issue 25, p4
The article reports on a projected sharp rise in demand for domestic gas that led Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates to evaluate its gas reserves through the assistance of international oil companies (IOCs). The first flush of Qatari gas is due to land at Taweelah, Abu Dhabi in 2007. The arrival...
- A new gas power is born. // African Business;Jun2012, Issue 387, p68
The article reports that Mozambique is rapidly emerging as the most important new global gas supplier for several years. There are currently no LNG producers in Eastern Africa but Mozambique would be well placed to export LNG across the Indian Ocean to large and growing markets in Japan, South...