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EU Expected to Sue Germany Over Gas Tariff, Sources Say

The German tariff is a legacy of the European energy crisis that peaked in 2022 after Moscow slashed gas flows to Europe and an undersea explosion shut down the Nord Stream pipeline.

US Says it Will Not Renew Easing of Venezuela Oil Sanctions Unless Progress Made on Elections

The Biden administration holds out little hope that Maduro will make enough concessions before the April 18 deadline to satisfy U.S. demands.

Biden Administration Argues Against Enbridge Pipeline Shutdown Order

The U.S. argues that shutting down the pipeline could interrupt service and violate a 1977 treaty between the U.S. and Canada to keep oil flowing.

Energy Transfer Asks FERC to Weigh in on Williams Gas Project

Energy Transfer's filing continues the dispute over Williams’ development of the Louisiana Energy Gateway.

Baltimore Port Closure Could Dent US Coal Export Volumes, EIA Says

Baltimore handled exports of 28 million short tons last year, making up 28% of total U.S. coal exports.

Watson: Implications of LNG Pause

Critical questions remain for LNG on the heels of the Biden administration's pause on LNG export permits to non-Free Trade Agreement countries.

The OGInterview: TG Natural Resources Rides LNG Wave

TG Natural Resources rides the LNG wave with its Rockcliff deal amid a shale consolidation boom.

Israel Says Gas Exports to Egypt, Jordan Rose 25% in 2023

Israel said on Feb. 26 that gas supplies to Egypt and Jordan rose by about 25% in 2023. 

Antero Poised to Benefit from Second Wave of LNG

Despite the U.S. Department of Energy’s recent pause on LNG export permits, Antero foresees LNG market growth for the rest of the decade—and plans to deliver.

Kissler: The Challenge for Oil is Falling Demand, Despite Heightened Middle East Conflicts

Even though demand is the bigger weight on traders’ minds right now, Red Sea attacks and the U.S.’ “shadow war” with Iran still have the potential to impact the global oil supply, and consequently, prices.