Russia’s move to reshuffle ownership of the project may constrict global markets even more by pushing Japan to compete with Europe for alternative sources of supply.
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Gazprom Marketing & Trading is facing liquidity problems as banks delay its transactions and peers refuse to deal with it.
Europe’s vast network of liquefied natural gas terminals can’t save it from a winter supply crunch.
With few other options, the world is expected to depend more on cleaner-burning gas as a replacement to coal to help achieve near-term green goals.
Thinning ice in the Arctic Ocean made this year’s navigation season for tankers the longest on record, a sign that the pace of climate change is accelerating in the northernmost latitudes.
Following natural gas’s lead, Japan is preparing to trial imports from Australia of superchilled liquid hydrogen.