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Golar, Awilco and TMS Cardiff to form LNG tanker consortium

Three leading LNG shipowners are planning to launch a 16-vessel joint entity named The Cool Company

10 December 2018
a shipping container sized LNG tank on a truck LNG

Trucked and containerised LNG on the move in Asia

Delivering LNG via tanker truck or shipping container is becoming more popular as it does not require pipeline infrastructure.

10 December 2018
Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysian prime minister Policy & Regulation

Government squeeze raises risk for Petronas

A special one-off payout and uncertainty around the state’s future dividend policy could weaken the NOC’s financial profile.

10 December 2018
LNG

Novatek schedules startup for Cryogas-Vysotsk LNG plant

Novatek plans to launch the medium-scale Cryogas-Vysotsk LNG plant on the Baltic Sea coast early next year, with the first LNG shipment expected in February.

7 December 2018
LNG

Russia to announce resolution on domestic LNG price

The Russian government will issue a resolution on the liberalisation of prices for gas where liquefaction has been used in the supply chain

7 December 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

PetroChina subsidiary pipes 18 bcm over past three weeks

PetroChina Pipeline Co. supplied 18 billion cubic metres of gas to China from 15 November to 3 December

7 December 2018
Exploration & Production

Greka Group’s CBM blocks will be online and in profit by 2020

Greka Group expects all eight of its CBM blocks in China to be operational and profitable by 2020

7 December 2018
LNG

First Gen still seeking partners for Philippine LNG terminal

Philippine power producer First Gen is still looking for partners for a planned LNG terminal

7 December 2018
Exploration & Production

Vantage Drilling hired for Cameroon well programme

Tower Resources has announced it has contracted Vantage Drilling International to provide drilling operations at the NJOM-3 well offshore Cameroon.

7 December 2018
LNG

US to support plans to develop Vietnamese LNG terminal

The United States Trade and Development Agency intends to support plans to develop an LNG terminal in southern Vietnam

7 December 2018
Policy & Regulation

Ghana agrees new price for WAGP supplies

Ghana is understood to have signed a new lower tariff for gas transported from Nigeria on the West African Gas Pipeline

7 December 2018
Global Markets

Putin and Lukashenko discuss Belarusian gas prices

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko discussed the price of gas on Thursday

7 December 2018
Global Markets

Caspian Sea convention group to hold first meeting in early January – source

The working group on the implementation of the Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea aims to hold its first meeting in January 2019

7 December 2018
Supply & Demand

Russian gas exports increase in Jan-Oct 2018

Russia’s gas exports rose by 7% year on year in the first 10 months of 2018, to 183.6 billion cubic metres, the Federal Customs Service has announced.

7 December 2018
EU Energy Policy

TenneT’s cross-border electricity commitments binding under EU law

The European Commission has made Dutch transmission system operator TenneT’s commitments to increase cross-border flows of electricity between Denmark and Germany legally binding

7 December 2018
Gas for Transport

New group plans to boost bio-LNG in European transport

A new consortium called BioLNG EuroNet aims to expand the uptake of LNG as a motor fuel across Europe by creating new infrastructure

7 December 2018
The island of Krk in Croatia LNG

Krk FSRU navigates choppy Hungarian waters

The Croatia LNG project needs around 1.7 bcm/y of capacity bookings to secure loans, but the only interested party may instead look to get a better deal from Moscow.

7 December 2018
Newcastle harbour in Australia. (Mertie/Flickr) LNG

Aussie LNG projects could receive US cargoes

Eastern Australia saw the announcement of a fifth FSRU project this week, and the region could receive competitively priced US LNG as early as 2020.

7 December 2018
Venue for the COP 24 climate conference in Katowice Policy & Regulation

Rising emissions put oil and gas sector under scrutiny

Fresh data shows CO2 emissions are rising, and higher oil and gas use is partly to blame.

7 December 2018
LNG

Tellurian signs MOU with Vitol for 1.5 mtpa of LNG

Tellurian has entered into an MOU to supply 1.5 mtpa of LNG to Swiss trading house Vitol for 15 years.

6 December 2018

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