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Jan
2019

Customers or employees first?

The debate has raged for years: whether customers or employees should “come first”?  Apart from the obvious response that both are essential to a successful enterprise, achieving the balance in a professional services firm that services clients around the world can be a challenging proposition.

We are extremely lucky at Gas Strategies to have a team that is strongly committed to looking after our clients – where the team puts the clients first.

At the end of January 2019 we were delighted to have the opportunity to put our staff first on our Gas Strategies team ski long- weekend.  Yes, there was a drop out at the last minute to ensure that a pressing client priority was addressed.  There was also that early alarm call on Sunday morning to get a 3½ hour transit to an airport to get to a client meeting which arose during the weekend.  At the end of the day we choose how to achieve balance.

Thank you to all the team for making it such a great weekend – and to our clients who recognise that “all work and no play” would make us less bright and energetic than the firm that they choose to serve them.

If you would like more information about how Gas Strategies can help your business with Consulting services across the value chain or provide industry insight with regular news, features and analysis through Information Services or help with people development through Training Services, please contact us directly.

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Beyond the second wave: Routes to global markets for US gas

Consensus forecasts point to a tight LNG market from ca. 2022 due to the lack of FID activity from 2015-2017 and growing LNG demand. There is intense competition from projects aiming to fill the future supply gap, with Gas Strategies identifying ca.

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Climate Crisis or Climate Solutions – taking the heat out of the climate debate

Last week BP issued its Annual Energy Outlook 2019 which provides an analysis of the different pathways for future global energy supply and demand to 2040.[1]  The report’s authors are careful not to pick a “base case” but focus instead on two main scenarios: Evolving Transition (ET) and Rapid Tr

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First look at full year 2018 LNG data: China absorbs 50% of global LNG supply increase

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2018 has drawn to a conclusion and Gas Strategies has taken the opportunity to have a first look at preliminary LNG supply and demand data for the year.

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Up in flames: What to make of the world’s flare gas problem

The World Bank Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) Partnership recently published its annual gas flare survey data for 2017, which encouragingly pointed to a 7.1 Bcm (~5%) year-on-year decrease in global flaring from 2016 to

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Don’t cry for LNG Argentina: Realisation of huge shale gas potential finally begins

Since the pro-business government of President Macri took office in 2015, Argentina has taken concrete steps towards an attractive framework to encourage the exploitation of the country’s considerable resources. As a result, the prospects for shale gas production are more positive than ever.

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