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Policy & Regulation

A Polish coal-fired power station

Poland eyes nuclear and renewables to shift away from coal

Poland has set out ambitious plans for investments in nuclear and renewables that could potentially limit the scope for gas to replace coal in its power sector.

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Belgium considers its options ahead of nuclear phase-out

The closure of nuclear reactors in Belgium presents an opportunity for gas to increase its market share, although capacity payments will be needed to trigger new investments.

Ghana readies gas act to drive industrial use

Ghana’s parliament is formulating a new gas law aimed at fostering industrial gas use as the country’s debt-ridden power sector market struggles to perform.

Brussels signals more ambition on green policies

The new head of the European Commission has vowed to propose more ambitious targets for CO2 emission reductions by 2030, which could help speed up the deployment of green gases and carbon-capture technologies.

Brussels braces for Energy Charter renegotiations

The European Commission has secured a mandate to renegotiate the Energy Charter Treaty in what appears to be an attempt to press through changes ahead of a looming Nord Stream 2 lawsuit.

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China’s OFS players gain from NOC spending hike

The country’s oilfield services companies are seeing strong growth as Beijing pushes state-owned oil and gas companies to boost upstream spending.

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Methanol plant, Trinidad

Trinidad treads fine line between LNG and petchems

The risk of Trinidad shutting down part of its liquefaction capacity looms large as feedstock gas supplies remain constrained and competition from the petrochemical sector is ratcheting up.

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