Santos’s Gladstone LNG is one of the facilities under pressure from the Aussie government to cut exports. (Santos) LNG

Queensland LNG under pressure to cut exports

Australia's federal government is putting pressure on Queensland’s LNG producers to cut back on exports to ensure there is enough gas for domestic needs.

By Sally Bogle 24 March 2017
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Southeast Asian exporters feel the pinch in 2016

Falling LNG prices in 2016 hit revenues for Southeast Asia’s LNG exporters, but volumes remained remarkably stable year on year.

16 March 2017
The Excelerate FSRU in Argentina. The vessel has since moved to the UAE. (Argentine Energy Ministry) LNG

Emirates LNG considering sites for new terminal

Emirates LNG is looking for locations to build a new onshore regas terminal in the UAE, but analysts question whether the federation needs the extra capacity.

16 March 2017
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Ichthys LNG project hit with pay dispute

Australia’s Ichthys LNG export project has been halted in the final stages of construction over a pay dispute with a Japanese supplier.

15 March 2017
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Japanese LNG prices return to ‘normal’

LNG import prices in Japan have returned to "normal", after increasing by as much as 80% following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.

15 March 2017
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Nigeria LNG Train 7 FID for 2020

Nigeria LNG plans to take an FID on its planned seventh train within 36 months – by around early 2020.

15 March 2017
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Pipeline transactions on SHPGX plunge 60%

Pipeline transactions on the Shanghai Petroleum and Natural Gas Exchange more than halved last week.

15 March 2017
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ACCC chairman calls for more domestic gas in eastern Australia

Australia needs to reserve more gas for its eastern market, the chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has said.

14 March 2017
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Myanmar to launch LNG tender in April

Myanmar’s Ministry of Energy plans to launch an international tender in April to build the country’s first floating LNG terminal.

14 March 2017
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Pakistani LNG imports to double

LNG imports into Pakistan are forecast to double from their current levels by July 2017, official sources have said.

14 March 2017
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South Hook LNG back to capacity after unplanned outage

The UK’s South Hook LNG terminal returned to its 650 GWh per day capacity after an unplanned outage on Tuesday.

14 March 2017
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Poland to receive more LNG from Qatar

Qatargas has agreed to supply more LNG to Poland’s PGNiG.

14 March 2017
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Asian LNG prices continue to fall

Asian spot LNG prices continued their downward trend last week as the region entered the shoulder months of the demand cycle.

14 March 2017
Singapore’s LNG terminal, which aims to offer bunkering services later this year. (Singapore LNG Corp.) LNG

Chicken-and-egg problem for Asian LNG bunkering

Asia faces a dilemma in developing LNG bunkering infrastructure, which could mean it will take time for the fuel to be used for shipping.

14 March 2017
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CNOOC diverts LNG to Ningbo terminal to avoid shortfall

China National Offshore Oil Corp. has diverted the Maran Gas Amphipolis LNG carrier to its Ningbo LNG terminal in Zhejiang to meet elevated gas demand in the province.

13 March 2017
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Shell to end BG’s Prince Rupert LNG project

Shell has decided not to continue with its Prince Rupert LNG export project in British Columbia.

13 March 2017
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Thailand working to liberalise its energy sector

Thailand is in the process of liberalising its energy sector, with private companies now allowed to be involved in CNG stations, pipeline operations, gas transport and LNG sales.

13 March 2017
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Gazprom pushes back Sakhalin 2 expansion

Gazprom has pushed back its schedule for the expansion of Sakhalin 2 LNG.

13 March 2017
A drillship off Mozambique. The country is making progress with its LNG plans. (Anadarko) LNG

Moz government looks to kickstart LNG projects

The government of Mozambique now has the ‘feeling of urgency’ needed to make its LNG projects happen, the head of ENH says.

13 March 2017
The Gladstone LNG plant. The Fisherman’s Landing project could feed into nearby plants. (Santos) LNG

Queensland’s fourth LNG project still on the table

LNG Limited is keeping its options open for the Fisherman’s Landing project in Queensland – a potential winner if Asian LNG demand recovers.

13 March 2017
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Trinidad’s LNG production falling back to 2004 levels

Trinidad’s LNG production is now just above levels seen in 2004 – when the country had fewer liquefaction trains.

13 March 2017

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