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Russian gas flows to Europe, Turkey surge 25% on year in H1 Jan
London (Platts)--17 Jan 2017 931 am EST/1431 GMT
Russian gas flows to Europe and Turkey were already 25.5% higher year on year in the first 15 days of January, according to the latest Gazprom data, having hit an all-time high daily level on January 8.
JKM monthly: Price for Feb delivery jumps 21% on month to $9.488/MMBtu
Tokyo (Platts)--17 Jan 2017 254 am EST/754 GMT
The Platts JKM for February delivery averaged $9.488/MMBtu over December 16 to January 13, jumping 20.8% from a month earlier, on limited supply and demand from some end-users as well as traders and portfolio players.
Total sees average gas price realization up in Q4, OMV price slips
London (Platts)--16 Jan 2017 752 am EST/1252 GMT
France's Total said Monday its average global gas price realization in the fourth quarter was $3.89/MMBtu, up from $3.45/MMBtu in the previous quarter as prices continued to recover from their multi-year lows earlier in 2016.
UK's Rough gas storage withdrawal works impact reduced: CSL
London (Platts)--13 Jan 2017 806 am EST/1306 GMT
The volume impact of well maintenance at the UK's only long-range natural gas storage facility, Rough, has been reduced to allow for higher withdrawal volumes for the rest of the month, owner and operator Centrica Storage Ltd said in an updated REMIT message Friday.
Japan's average LNG spot price for cargoes contracted in Dec rises 14% on month to $8/MMBtu
Tokyo (Platts)--13 Jan 2017 109 am EST/609 GMT
Japan's LNG buyers paid $8/MMBtu for spot cargoes contracted in December, surging 14.3% from November, data released by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry showed Friday.
NYMEX February gas popped 16.2 cents to $3.386/MMBtu
Houston (Platts)--12 Jan 2017 602 pm EST/2302 GMT
The NYMEX February natural gas futures contract settled 16.2 cents higher to $3.386/MMBtu Thursday, on a larger-than-expected storage withdrawal.
New LNG projects to boost Australia's condensate production in 2017-18
Singapore (Platts)--12 Jan 2017 453 am EST/953 GMT
The Australian government expects its crude and condensate output to increase to 380,000 b/d in fiscal 2017-2018 (July to June), up 21% year on year, on additional condensate production from the country's new LNG projects. Australian LNG production is set to double from 43 million mt in 2016 to more than 80 million mt in 2019, which would be even more than Qatar's estimated annual production of 77 million mt, making it the largest producer of LNG, according to Platts Analytics.
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