Rising U.S. gas exports squeeze a main competitor
Australia is set to become the world's largest source of liquefied natural gas capacity, but its export growth spurt is slowing, and perhaps peaking, as the United States takes over as the world's largest source of new LNG supply growth.
Delivery brings Canada's LNG dreams closer to reality
Malaysia's state-owned oil and gas company, Petronas, last week delivered its first liquefied natural gas cargo to a newly expanded receiving terminal at the port of Ishikari in Hokkaido, Japan.
Alarms sound as tech industry dives into seabed mining
A vast extractive industry is reaching the deepest parts of the deep blue sea, and marine conservationists are scrambling to protect the fragile and mysterious life forms found there.
U.S. LNG lands in Beijing's tariff crosshairs
The trade spat between the United States and China is escalating, and more companies and industries are becoming embroiled in it.
3 emerging LNG markets
China's not the only nation that's thirsty for rising exports of U.S. natural gas.