The Kochi LNG terminal in India. Regasification

India to start up three LNG terminals by 2019

India is expanding its LNG import capacity by building three new terminals, but higher prices and slow progress on pipelines could weigh on growth in the country’s gas consumption.

By Andrew Walker 20 February 2018
Liquefaction

Aussie LNG will grow, but expect delays

While Australia is on track to increase its LNG output by 2.5 times the current level of 24.1 million tons per annum (mtpa) by 2018, its massive projects will be marred by rising costs and schedule delays, analysts at Jefferies said in a report on Tuesday.

27 November 2012
Liquefaction

Hong Kong firm to invest in $800 million Shaanxi LNG project

New Times Energy, a company with upstream oil and gas assets in Argentina and the United States, is in preliminary talks to invest in Sheng Di Bai Cheng Energy to establish an LNG project in Shaanxi province’s Yan’an city.

27 November 2012
Regasification

Citadel and Qatari investors form JV to import LNG into Egypt

Egyptian private equity firm, Citadel Capital plans to form a joint venture with a consortium of Qatari investors to import LNG into Egypt by mid-2013.

26 November 2012
Liquefaction

Decision time looms for US LNG exports

The United States’ proposed LNG export plants could be as ill-fated as the country’s import terminals.

26 November 2012
Liquefaction

Gazprom Primorye LNG plant needs to be moved – scientist

The proposed location of a Gazprom LNG plant in Primorye in Russia's Far East could cause irreversible damage to the unique environment in the Khasan district, and needs to be moved, Boris Preobrazhensky, a leading environmentalist, has told Interfax.

23 November 2012
Regasification

Chinese imports jump by 55% year-on-year for October

China imported 1.32 million tons (mt) of LNG in October, according to data released on Thursday by the country’s General Administration of Customs.

23 November 2012
Liquefaction

Political tensions overshadow prospects for Israel-Turkey gas pipeline

Despite the tense political relations between them, Ankara is touting the benefits to Israel of exporting its gas via a pipeline to Turkey.

22 November 2012
Liquefaction

CBM drilling for Queensland LNG begins to pick up

Drilling for CBM in Queensland is speeding up as the developers behind Australia’s first three projects maintain they are on track to begin exports between 2014 and 2015.

22 November 2012
Regasification

Taiwan’s September imports flat year-on-year

Taiwan imported 1.06 million tons of LNG in September, data from the Ministry of Finance has shown.

22 November 2012
Supply Contracts

Global supply growth to bring gas-on-gas competition

Henry Hub-linked LNG contracts are impacting gas price negotiations, but burgeoning supplies will ultimately put more pressure on oil-linked contracts by promoting gas-on-gas competition.

22 November 2012
Regasification

Commissioning of Israel’s FLNG delayed as fighting continues

The commissioning of Israel’s floating LNG terminal has been delayed as fighting intensifies between Israel and Gaza. Excelerate Energy’s floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), scheduled to arrive in Israel in mid-November, is waiting in waters outside the country’s exclusive economic zone until it is safe to enter the port of Hader

21 November 2012
Regasification

Worldwide LNG imports could be set for shock contraction

The growth of worldwide LNG imports could be facing a surprise reversal this year, as the economic permafrost and the shale gas revolution have dented demand in two of the world’s largest markets.

21 November 2012
Liquefaction

PNG’s InterOil approval signals more political stability

The approval of InterOil’s Gulf LNG project by Papua New Guinea’s government may be a sign of increased policital stability in the country and will clear the way for further developments for the project.

21 November 2012
Regasification

Polskie LNG launches market research programme

Polskie LNG has launched a market research programme to see if it might be worthwhile expanding its SwinoujScie LNG terminal.

20 November 2012
Liquefaction

Shell, PetroChina treading slowly with Arrow LNG development

Royal Dutch Shell and PetroChina taking their time with developing the Arrow CBM-to-LNG project in Queensland, but they have not abandoned their plans for a standalone export plant, a Shell spokesperson told Interfax on Tuesday.

20 November 2012
Supply Contracts

Kansai and BP sign Henry Hub-indexed LNG contract

Kansai Electric Power Co. has signed a long-term LNG agreement with BP’s subsidiary in Singapore, the company announced on Monday.

20 November 2012
Regasification

Indonesia sees Arun LNG as potential trading hub

Indonesia’s Pertamina is considering the possibility of using the Arun LNG terminal in North Sumatra as a gas trading hub once it becomes operational in 2014, a manager close to the project told Interfax on Tuesday.

20 November 2012
Shipping & Transport

Gazprom gas tanker carries LNG by Northern Sea Route for first time

The gas tanker Ob River, chartered by Gazprom Marketing and Trading, transporting LNG has become the first to travel the Northern Sea Route, the federal state unitary enterprise Atomflot said.

19 November 2012
Liquefaction

WA Environment Minister approves proposed Browse LNG precinct

Western Australian Environment Minister Bill Marmion has given final environmental approval to the proposed Browse LNG precinct at James Prices Point in the remote, northwestern Kimberley region, Woodside Energy announced on Monday.

19 November 2012
Liquefaction

APLNG $8.5 bln project finance facility given go ahead

The Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) joint venture confirmed on Monday that call conditions for its $8.5 billion project finance facility have been satisfied, allowing it to go forward.

19 November 2012

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