Top stories: Senior rank changes at Shell, Stade gets FID, Tellurian explores sale

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The CeraWeek conference in Houston grabbed a chunk of top afternoon headlines this week as delegates convened each day to take soundings, and express disagreement at world developments, ranging from the Biden LNG pause to the pressing deadlines looming over the 2050 net zero goals.

On the home front, Gas Matters Today had a few more special nuggets: an analyst indicated the potential that Namibia may be better on the gas front than Guyana. A Genser VP also told us about the challenging lending environment in Africa; separately, Ana Maria Jaller-Makarewicz, lead energy analyst at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, warned Europe's heavy leaning on LNG could prove costly.

In other developments, Tellurian informed the market of its decision to explore a sale, and Shell installed 30-year-veteran as EVP on the back of Steve Hill's departure — here's your catchup service for the top headlines this week:

Namibia may hold more gas potential than Guyana, analyst says

Energean's 200% production hike bolstered by Karish’s natural gas output

Germany’s Stade onshore LNG terminal set for 2027 start-up as backers take FID

Consortium backed by Japan’s JERA and IKEA retailer wins Norway’s first offshore wind auction

Italy-Tunisia power link among Terna’s top priorities for 2024-28

Challenging lending environment preventing renewables uptake in sub-Saharan Africa, says Genser VP

Masdar ups US renewables portfolio with with 50% stake in Terra-Gen

NewMed expects FID on Jordan-North Export Pipeline expansion by end-June

Shell names veteran Greg Joiner as EVP in reshuffle amid Steve Hill's departure

Texas LNG aims for 2024 FID as it agrees 20-year offtake with Gunvor

SEFE secures second long-term LNG import agreement after signing HoA with ADNOC

Tellurian asks Lazard to explore potential sale as CEO resigns

Macquarie-backed WaveCrest calls for market feedback ahead of Q3 Teesside LNG capacity auction







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Penny Sukhraj
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