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Headwinds remain for startup of Cameroon FLNG

Political posturing and internal security issues could prove problematic for Cameroon’s FLNG project.

By Felix Janvrin 15 December 2017
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Japan’s February LNG consumption up 44%

Japan’s 10 largest utilities consumed approximately 5 million tons (mt) of LNG in February 2012, according to figures released on Tuesday by the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC).

13 March 2012
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Emerson wins $67 mln Gorgon contract

United States technology supplier Emerson has won a $67 million contract to supply control valves and valve actuators to regulate gas flows at the Chevron-operated Gorgon LNG project in Western Australia, The Australian Financial Review reported on Tuesday.

13 March 2012
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LNG 'blitz' a boon for contractors

With $200 billion worth of construction work underway, Australia’s LNG “blitz” is a boon for global energy contractors such as Fluor, KBR, Jacobs Engineering and Chicago Bridge & Iron, Investors Business Daily reported on Friday, noting that stocks in the companies have recovered steadily from October lows.

12 March 2012
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Hearing for access to IEC's 2.2bcm/y terminal announced

Israel’s Petroleum Authority announced a public hearing for access to the proposed 2.2 bcm/y offshore LNG import terminal by companies and state-owned Israel Electric Corporation (IEC), Israel’s Globes reported on Sunday.

12 March 2012
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Political opposition could stymie US LNG exports

US and Canadian LNG exports will benefit from ample cheap supply and be roughly equivalent in cost, but political opposition in the US could stymie efforts to develop liquefaction projects.

12 March 2012
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Indonesia green lights Arun LNG conversion project

Indonesia’s Ministry of State Enterprises has given Pertamina the green light to begin a first-of-its-kind, $80 million project that will turn the Arun liquefaction plant into a receiving terminal, the state-run company announced on Friday afternoon.

12 March 2012
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Kunlun Energy begins building large-scale LNG plant in Hubei

Kunlun Energy, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed unit of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), has begun building a LNG processing plant in central China’s Hubei Province, CNPC announced on Monday.

12 March 2012
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Dabhol LNG terminal

India’s state-run Gail plans to begin operations at its new Dabhol LNG terminal by 31 March, Dow Jones reported on Monday, citing an unnamed senior executive.

12 March 2012
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North American LNG exports face challenges

ExxonMobil has not yet settled on whether it will export North American gas as LNG, or from where. But the company anticipates that liquefaction capacity will be added in several locations.

9 March 2012
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UK risks LNG blackout by year-end

Imports of LNG into the UK could drop to zero by the end of 2012 particularly if none of Japan’s nuclear power plants are re-started this year, according to analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

9 March 2012
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Aussie LNG export earnings rise, despite lower output

Australia earned A$11.1 billion ($11.8 billion) from LNG exports in 2011 – up by 16% year-on-year even though the amount of LNG sold remained unchanged at 18.9 million tons, according to the country’s Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE).

9 March 2012
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Queensland floods may squeeze LNG projects

Australia’s three sanctioned Gladstone CBM-to-LNG projects could face a gas squeeze – rather than glut – when they come online in the next few years, as a result of the delays caused by severe flooding in Queensland.

9 March 2012
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Xinjiang Guanghui to start trials at LNG project

Xinjiang Guanghui Industry will trial a gas liquefaction plant in west China in the third quarter this year, Wang Yuqing, a Xinjiang Guanghui representative, confirmed to Interfax on Thursday.

8 March 2012
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Shell: ‘Limited’ US LNG exports

Extensive gas reserves in the US may be better suited to supply domestic industry, with only a limited volume earmarked for LNG exports, the Chief Executive of Royal Dutch Shell said on Wednesday.

8 March 2012
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Asia won’t abandon the oil-link – Santos CEO David Knox

Oil-linked LNG pricing makes sense for Asian buyers and will remain intact in the region regardless of whether Atlantic LNG buyers shift away from the long-standing index, Santos Chief Executive David Knox told the CERA conference in Houston on Wednesday, reiterating past comments on the issue.

8 March 2012
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Statoil and Eni execs study North American LNG dynamics

Oil company executives suggest that the US may face obstacles to developing its LNG export capacity, but expect regional gas price differences and the oil-gas price gap to narrow.

8 March 2012
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Inpex orders $2 billion vessel

South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has received a $2 billion order to build a floating, production, storage and offloading vessel for Japan’s Inpex, Reuters reported on Thursday. Daewoo expects to deliver the vessel, which will be used at Inpex’s Ichthys LNG plant in northern Australia, by April 2016.

8 March 2012
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More farmers locking the gate on CBM

Coal-bed methane developers say they are on track to begin exporting LNG from Gladstone within a few years, but a growing coalition of opponents known as the Lock the Gate Alliance is threatening to disrupt those plans.

7 March 2012
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Gazprom still open to supplying LNG to Bahrain

Gazprom Export is “ready to study any commercially sound proposal,” to import LNG into Bahrain, a company source told Interfax on Wednesday. However, the company is not in fact in negotiations with the kingdom’s energy ministry about LNG deliveries now.

7 March 2012
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BG Group shelves Italy LNG plant after years of wrangling

BG Group has ended years of delays and frustration by shelving its plan to build an LNG import terminal in Brindisi in southern Italy after failing to receive final permits for the project.

7 March 2012

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