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.

By Damon Evans 22 September 2017
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Politics threaten competitive edge of US LNG exports

The politics surrounding United States LNG exports may see the country losing its competitive edge to supply Pacific markets.

30 March 2012
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Subsidised gas for Aussie manufacturers is an unlikely prospect

Australia’s manufacturers are pushing the government to keep some of the gas destined for LNG exports at home, in the hopes of stemming rising prices. But the high cost of developing the export projects makes that an unlikely prospect.

30 March 2012
LNG

Japan’s struggle to set a new energy policy

The shutdown of all Japan’s nuclear power stations bar one has forced the country to turn to thermal power – in particular LNG - to meet domestic electricity demand. But there is now a fierce debate going on throughout Japan about the direction of its future energy policy.

29 March 2012
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Shtokman FID delayed for another three months

A final investment decision on the Shtokman LNG project in Russia has been delayed for another three months following a meeting of the operating company’s board of directors in Moscow on Thursday.

29 March 2012
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Department of Energy delays LNG non-FTA export report

The United States Department of Energy has suspended approval of for LNG exports to countries with which the US does not have a free trade agreement (FTA) pending the completion of a second report assessing exports’ the impact of exports on the US economy.

29 March 2012
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Japan’s LNG imports likely to exceed $78 billion in 2012

Japan’s Institute for Energy Economics (IEEJ) warned on Wednesday that its LNG import bill would likely exceed $78 billion in 2012 if mothballed reactors remain offline.

28 March 2012
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Statoil to double LNG processing capacity in Barents Sea

With recent discoveries in the Barents Sea and the expectation of more to come, Statoil will soon be making a decision on expanding the company’s gas facilities in the region.

28 March 2012
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Israel's Delek Energy mulls HKSE listing

Delek Energy’s plans to list on an alternative stock exchange, and most probably in Hong Kong, could hint that a Chinese partner is in the lead to develop Israel’s giant Leviathan gas field.

28 March 2012
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China's liquefaction plants show rate rise

China’s gas liquefaction plants had an average operating rate of 65% in the seven-day period ending 23 March, up by 5% from the previous interval, according to statistics released on Sunday by industry consultancy Zhuochuang Information.

27 March 2012
LNG

Australia’s make-or-break ruling on Browse LNG expected soon

Australia plans to decide within the next few weeks on whether to allow the Browse LNG project’s final investment decision to be postponed to next year. If given the go-ahead, Browse could become the next Australian project in line for sanctioning.

27 March 2012
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Shtokman Development board to meet 29 March

The meeting at which the board of directors of Shtokman Development will make a final investment decision (FID) on the Shtokman project is scheduled for 29 March, the head of Gazprom, Alexei Miller told reporters on Friday.

26 March 2012
LNG

Tepco shutdown leaves Japan with one reactor online

Tepco has shut down its last remaining reactor at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant, a spokesperson confirmed to Interfax on Monday.

26 March 2012
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Tokyo Gas forecasts sales increase, plans infrastructure spend

The improving economic outlook and “aggressive marketing” will enable Tokyo Gas to sell approximately 16 billion cubic metres of gas a year by 2016.

23 March 2012
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Uncertain supply outlook prevents Brazilian LNG terminal decisions

No decision has been made for a fourth LNG regasification terminal in Brazil, because of the difficulty of gauging domestic supply and demand, a Petrobras executive told the Rio Gas Forum on Thursday.

23 March 2012
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Kunlun Energy advances major LNG project in Shandong

Construction on an LNG liquefaction project in Shandong Province’s Tai’an City, with processing capacity of 2.6 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) will begin by June, Li Yulong, China Huanqiu Contracting & Engineering Corp.’s director of strategy and development, told Interfax on Friday.

23 March 2012
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China’s LNG imports show steady growth

China’s LNG imports of rose by 26.02% in February from a year earlier to 832,392 tons, according to statistics released on Thursday by the country’s General Administration of Customs (GAC).

22 March 2012
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Gazprom sells 34 LNG cargoes in 2011, studies US LNG entry

Gazprom Global LNG sold 34 consignments of LNG in 2011, up from 27 in 2010, the company's Managing Director Frederic Barnaud said in an interview with Gazprom's in-house journal on Thursday.

22 March 2012
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Tamar partners start LNG supply talks with Gazprom

The Tamar partners have entered into talks with Gazprom Marketing and Trading (GM&T) to sell LNG produced from the Tamar and Dalit gas fields off the coast of Israel.

22 March 2012
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Japan’s LNG bills rise by an ‘eye popping’ amount in 2011

The price of Japan’s LNG imports rose by an “eye popping” 38% in 2011 compared to 2010, Japan’s Institute for Energy Economics (IEEJ) said on Thursday.

22 March 2012
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Australia’s third LNG plant is ready for startup

Woodside Petroleum’s long-awaited, $15 billion Pluto LNG plant has reached ready for start up status and will begin producing LNG within the coming weeks, adding 4.3 mtpa of export capacity to Australia’s existing 20 mtpa.

22 March 2012

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