QatarEnergy Pauses LNG Shipments In Red Sea

Shipping disruptions across the Red Sea threaten global trade after major shippers, such as Maersk and others, have rerouted vessels.
As of Monday, QatarEnergy, one of the world’s largest LNG exporters has stopped shipping cargoes through the Red Sea.
Possible delays or disruptions of LNG shipments from Qatar are not a concern to European traders yet.

LNG And Offshore Energy Projects Face Delays As Nickel Prices Soar

A vigorous recovery from the global aerospace industry has increased demand for nickel, a key aircraft component prized for its corrosion resistance, high strength and exceptional mechanical properties. This could inadvertently complicate or delay new energy infrastructure developments by diverting metal supply from critical sectors such as upstream, offshore and liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, which use nickel for various equipment applications in extreme environments.