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Total-Engie deal shows value in US upstream assets

Total’s acquisition of Engie’s LNG assets shows it has confidence in the sector, analysts say.

By Annemarie Botzki 23 November 2017
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Baltic trio 'must agree' on LNG terminal for EU financing

The EU will not co-finance the construction of an LNG terminal in the Baltic Sea region unless an agreement is reached between Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia over its location, a European Commission official told Interfax.

19 July 2012
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Report backs Tanzania LNG over third train at QCLNG

The cost of developing an LNG plant in Tanzania is likely to be significantly cheaper for BG Group than further development at its Queensland Curtis LNG plant (QCLNG) in Australia and could yield a stronger operating margin, analysts at Jefferies investment bank argued in a report on Thursday.

19 July 2012
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Ningxia’s new LNG plant a boon for vehicular gas sector

One of China’s largest gas liquefaction plants has come online in the country’s western Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, giving a boost to the local LNG-powered vehicle sector.

19 July 2012
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Creg extends supply plan comment deadline

Colombian power and gas regulator Creg has extended a deadline to allow companies to comment on a plan for gas services in the country to 23 July.

18 July 2012
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CRE to extend LNG terminal tariffs

France’s energy regulator Commission de Régulation de l’Énergie (CRE) announced it will extend the Fos Tonkin and Montoir-de-Bretagne LNG terminal tariff levels by three months, until 31 March 2013, to harmonise service agreements.

18 July 2012
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Kunlun boosts Shandong LNG footprint with plant acquisition

Kunlun Energy’s arm in Jinan, capital of Shandong province, has purchased a 70% stake in a joint venture (JV) LNG plant in the neighbouring city of Tai’an from Shenzhen Gas Group, state media Jinan Daily reported on Monday.

18 July 2012
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Growing role for state funds in LNG export finance

National oil companies, backed by state funding, have provided the funds to maintain high-spending levels in North American oil and gas.

17 July 2012
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IEC awaits PUA approval of LNG import bids

Israel Electric Corp. (IEC) has reviewed bids to supply LNG to the planned Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FRSU) in the port of Hadera and is waiting for the contracts to be approved by the Public Utilities Authority prior to final signing, a spokesperson told Interfax on Tuesday.

17 July 2012
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LNG tanker deliveries via Suez Canal slump in June

A decline in LNG tankers passing through the Suez Canal in June demonstrated increasing volumes being delivered to East Asia from Qatar, according to data released by Suez Canal Authority (SCA) this week.

17 July 2012
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Korean LNG imports up in June

South Korea’s LNG imports hit 2.45 million tons (mt) in June, according to figures released by the country’s customs service on Monday. Volumes rose by approximately 15% year-on-year from 2.12 mt during the same period in 2011.

16 July 2012
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China’s liquefaction capacity to grow by 54.4% this year

China’s gas liquefaction capacity will grow by more than 50% over the rest of this year but demand for LNG will remain weak because of an economic slowdown, an energy consultancy told Interfax on Friday.

16 July 2012
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Woodside’s Browse LNG project gets state’s environmental nod

Woodside Petroleum’s Browse LNG proposal in Western Australia (WA) received another boost on Monday, winning conditional approval to create the strongly contested gas hub at James Price Point in the northwestern Kimberley region.

16 July 2012
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India’s dynamo state seeks Canadian LNG stake

The government of Gujarat is seeking to invest in an LNG export plant in Canada, as the engine room of the Indian economy seeks to tap future cheap North American cargoes, local media has reported.

16 July 2012
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Cheniere receives $3.4 bln for Sabine Pass liquefaction project

Cheniere Energy Partners has received $3.4 billion in firm lender commitments for the first two trains of the Sabine Pass liquefaction project.

13 July 2012
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Polskie LNG expects terminal to operate by July 2014

Polskie LNG, a subsidiary of state-owned Gaz System, expects its LNG terminal at Swinoujscie to be fully operational by July 2014, despite the project already being four months behind schedule.

13 July 2012
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Statoil stops production at Hammerfest LNG plant

Norwegian producer Statoil confirmed on Friday it has stopped production at its Hammerfest LNG plant. A formation of ice in the cooling circuit was to blame.

13 July 2012
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Yamal LNG launches public consultation for LNG complex

Yamal LNG has launched the start of public discussions for a complex to produce, treat and liquefy gas and ship LNG and gas condensate from the South Tambeyskoye field, the company said in a statement published in Rossiyskaya Gazeta on Friday.

13 July 2012
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Arctic gas to stay underwater

The Arctic holds 30% of the world’s undiscovered, technically recoverable gas, but high development costs and market conditions mean it is likely to remain in the ground in the near term.

13 July 2012
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Gazprom’s play for Israel’s offshore gas bounty

Playing an active role in the development of Israel’s gas industry is a smart move for Gazprom as it seeks to strengthen its position as Europe’s main gas supplier. However the partnership also offers important strategic benefits to Israel.

13 July 2012
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IEA says 2017 may be ‘optimistic’ for Canadian LNG exports

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has forecast that the United States could start exporting LNG as early as 2015, but said expectations that Canada will export any LNG by 2017 may be overly optimistic.

12 July 2012

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