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Lull in floating LNG regas projects in 2017

A flurry of LNG projects using FSRUs started up last year, but no facilities using the technology have come onstream so far in 2017.

By Andrew Walker 25 September 2017
Rig in the Etinde field offshore Cameroon LNG

Ghana signs LNG supply deal amid FSRU confusion

Ghana’s deal with Gazprom has added to the confusion around its LNG import plans, with existing projects unsure if they are being supplemented or replaced.

25 September 2017
Construction work on the Iran LNG project. LNG

Iran LNG negotiations dragging on

Three consortiums are in the running to complete Iran LNG, but the price of feed gas is only one of the potential difficulties.

25 September 2017
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Veresen files third application for Jordan Cove LNG plant

Veresen filed an application for development of the Jordan Cove LNG plant in Oregon.

22 September 2017
A tanker at the Gate LNG terminal. LNG

Pavilion Gas and Uniper swap LNG access rights

The agreement will see Pavilion gain access to the Gate and Grain terminals in Europe while Uniper takes rights to Singapore LNG.

22 September 2017
A photo of a Chinese small-scale LNG carrier. LNG

Asia small-scale LNG growth uncertain – delegates

Concerns over creditworthiness and the price of oil may block the expansion of small-scale LNG in Asia, speakers at the CWC Asia Pacific LNG Summit heard.

22 September 2017
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PetroBangla looks to form JVs for small-scale LNG

PetroBangla, the state oil company of Bangladesh, is looking to form joint ventures to establish small-scale LNG terminals.

21 September 2017
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Angola LNG signs supply contract with Glencore

Angola LNG has signed a multi-year LNG supply contract with European trader Glencore.

21 September 2017
A gas plant in Pakistan. LNG

Pakistan’s LNG imports to hit 30 mtpa by 2025

A huge gas supply-demand gap means Pakistan may need to import much more LNG than it had planned for.

21 September 2017
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South Korea seeks to diversify LNG import sources

Kogas will start to take LNG from Iran as South Korea attempts to broaden its narrow base of suppliers.

21 September 2017
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Chinese trucked LNG sales receive boost

Sales were up by 13.18% at the Ningbo, Qidong and Tangshan terminals, although sales at Qingdao were down by 3.7%.

21 September 2017
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Bangladesh signs MOU for Gunvor LNG supplies

Bangladesh has signed an MOU with Swiss-based commodities trader Gunvor for LNG supplies starting in 2018.

20 September 2017
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Qatargas agrees to supply Turkey’s Botas with LNG

Qatargas has signed a medium-term sales-and-purchase agreement with Turkey’s Botas to deliver 1.5 mtpa of LNG for three years.

20 September 2017
Santos' Hides wellpad. LNG

Papua New Guinea eyes FLNG and energy hub

The new infrastructure will connect to stranded fields via NOC Kumul Petroleum's Western Pipeline project.

20 September 2017
A photo of China’s Tianjin LNG terminal. LNG

CNOOC heeds call to shore up winter gas supply

China’s biggest LNG importer is bulking up capacity at its only receiving terminal in the north to help cover strong regional demand this winter.

20 September 2017
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Chinese LNG prices up as PetroChina cuts feedstock

Wholesale prices for Chinese ex-works LNG inched up last week as the market responded to reduced output.

20 September 2017
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Pakistani companies eyeing LNG supplies

Three Pakistani companies are looking to import LNG for a project scheduled to be completed in early 2019

19 September 2017
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Mitsui could buy into Indian FSRU

Japan’s Mitsui OSK Lines is aiming to buy a 26% stake in an FSRU project in India.

19 September 2017
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Ghana signs 12-year LNG supply deal with Gazprom

Ghana National Petroleum Corp. has signed an agreement with Gazprom for LNG supplies over a 12-year period starting in 2019.

19 September 2017
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Egypt will import $1.8 bln of LNG in 2017-2018 – minister

Egypt expects to import LNG worth $1.8 billion in 2017-2018, Petroleum Minister Tarek el-Molla has said.

19 September 2017
Oil Search’s Hides Gas Plant in Papua New Guinea. LNG

PNG stirs tribal tensions with royalty payments

Royalties promised to local landowners from the PNG LNG export plant have started to be distributed, but the project is not immune to threats.

19 September 2017

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