LNG prices have tanked over the past few years after a wave of new natural gas export capacity has come online in places like Australia and the U.S. However, despite fears that the LNG market would collapse under a massive glut of gas, the supply/demand balance for LNG is a lot tighter than expected.
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The head of one of Canada’s largest independent equity research firms is warning Canadians may be underestimating the economic impact of tighter mortgage regulations.
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LONDON — Bitcoin hit a new record high on Monday after smashing through the US$8,000 level for the first time over the weekend, marking an almost 50-per-cent climb in just eight days.
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The Keystone XL pipeline passed a major hurdle on Monday after Nebraska regulators approved the route for the project, which faced opposition from environmentalists and the Obama administration.
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We have listed the cheapest residential areas based on brackets defined by the official Rera Rental Increase Calculator. The RERA indices were updated this week.
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Aer Lingus has set its sights on Seattle, saying that the city will become its newest U.S. destination.
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MUMBAI: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has created office realty rent indices for India’s top six cities in collaboration with Propstack in the run-up to opening up of India’s Real Estate Investment Trust market that prompted large investments from global institutional funds.
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The Scottish Housing Regulator has highlighted the need for landlords to consider tenants’ ability to keep paying rents in the longer term when setting rents.
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Can Norway dump $35 billion in oil and gas investments, and simultaneously convince that same industry to throw money into the country’s own fossil-fuel future?
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China is the biggest importer of crude oil to date. It is also the biggest single investor in renewable energy. However you look at it, China has become the most dominant player on several markets, including coal, oil, and renewable energy, plus electric cars—it is already the biggest car market in the world. And this will continue to be so, it seems, for the foreseeable future and even beyond.
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