Archive | April, 2018

Gallup: U.S. Energy Concerns Low

Gallup polling finds that 25% of American adults are greatly concerned about energy prices and access, which is the lowest level—albeit by a hair—in 18 years of their polling on the question. Politico (02 April): A new survey finds Americans do not prioritize an increase in U.S. oil, gas and coal supplies. Gallup found 34% […]

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Categories: Poll, United States

Sinopec to More Than Double LNG Capacity

China’s Sinopec group, parent of Sinopec Corp., aims to more than double its receiving capacity of LNG over the next six years and lift domestic shale gas production by two thirds by 2020… Sinopec will have 60 bcm of natural gas supply capacity, which includes both imports and domestic production, by 2023, the group said […]

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Categories: China, Sinopec

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