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Central Europe eyes further investment in LNG

Central Europe is looking to LNG to provide an alternative to its over-dependence on Russian gas imports.

By Dariusz Kalan 17 October 2017
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Livorno LNG plant gets EIB loan boost

The Livorno LNG regasification terminal on the central Italian coast has been granted a €240 million ($324 million) loan by the European Investment Bank, giving the project the final investment it n

2 December 2011
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Tanesco appeals for higher tariffs to pay for extra power

Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) has appealed to the energy market regulator to increase electricity prices by up to 155% to cover the cost of emergency power generation.

1 December 2011
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Towngas JV in Dalian to build LNG project

Dalian Deta Towngas, the gas distributor for Liaoning Province’s Dalian City, will spend RMB 120 million ($18.8 million) to build a LNG utilisation project, Liu Weiguo, an engineer with Dalian Deta Towngas, confirmed to Interfax on Wednesday.

1 December 2011
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Gorgon LNG’s Verve supply deal quells domestic buyers’ worries

Verve Energy’s gas supply agreement with Western Australia’s Gorgon LNG development on Wednesday may have reasssured a domestic industry concerned that it will lose out to the more profitable export market.

1 December 2011
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Legal wrangle may delay Jamaican LNG ambitions

A protracted legal wrangle and uncertain demand forecasts may harm prospects for Jamaica’s planned LNG regasification terminal, Interfax has learned.

30 November 2011
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‘Compelling’ case for Israeli exports, says Noble Energy

Noble Energy and its partners in the Tamar and Dalit gas fields are pressing the Israeli government to sanction gas exports from the offshore finds.

30 November 2011
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Verve Energy signs supply deal with Chevron’s Gorgon LNG project

Western Australia’s Verve Energy has signed a 20-year “landmark” supply deal with Chevron’s Gorgon LNG project off the north-west coast of the state, Verve announced on Wednesday.

30 November 2011
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Coping with Asia’s impending supply glut

Oman LNG CEO Brian Buckley spoke to Interfax at the LNG Outlook Australasia conference in Perth on Tuesday about Asian demand and concerns of a supply glut, talks over Iranian imports to Oman and the prospect for domestic tight gas.

30 November 2011
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Angola LNG hunting for buyers ahead of early 2012 launch

Angola LNG, which plans to ship its first LNG cargo in early 2012, has opened a marketing unit in London devoted to negotiating new supply contracts in order to avoid selling to the cheaper US market, the joint venture’s chairman told Interfax at the sidelines of the LNG Outlook Australasia conference in Perth on Monday.

29 November 2011
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Western Australia condemns unconventional ‘misinformation’

Western Australia is hoping to lure more oil and gas companies to explore for unconventional sources in its remote but resource-rich areas and is working to correct much of the “misinformation” spread by anti-shale and coal-bed methane (CBM) campaigns, the state’s minister for mines and petroleum told delegates at the LNG Outlook Australasia

29 November 2011
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South China region figures in Sinopec's LNG strategy

Sinopec plans to spend RMB 17.63 billion ($2.77 billion) on a comprehensive LNG project in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, state media reported on Tuesday.

29 November 2011
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CNOOC to expand LNG footprint in the Bohai Economic Rim

CNOOC Gas & Power Group (CNOOC G&P) has signed a project co-operation agreement to build an LNG receiving terminal in Yingkou, a port city in Liaoning Province, a source close to the company confirmed to Interfax on Tuesday.

29 November 2011
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Trinidad and Tobago’s LNG exports intact after security crisis, but concerns mount

A security crisis in Trinidad and Tobago is unlikely to affect the country’s LNG exports in the short-term, although the investment reputation of the country has been severely damaged by continuing lawlessness, Interfax has learned.

28 November 2011
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Papua New Guinea set to rival Australian LNG sector

At the LNG Outlook Australasia conference this week, InterOil said Papua New Guinea had the economics to become Asia Pacific’s second-largest LNG exporter by 2020.

28 November 2011
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Role of natural gas in China's provincial energy mix emerges

The National Energy Administration (NEA), China's energy industry regulator, said in October at the National Natural Gas Workshop in Shandong Province that gas accounted for 4.3% of the country's energy mix in 2010, with some 150 million homes utilising the fuel.

28 November 2011
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Inpex expects final gas sales deals before Ichthys FID

Japan’s Inpex expects to finalise the gas sales and purchase deals for its Australian Ichthys LNG station by the time it reaches a final investment decision (FID) in early 2012, despite the high cost of developing such projects in the country, an Inpex official told the LNG Outlook Australasia conference in Perth on Monday.

28 November 2011
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Anadarko ups Mozambique reserves estimates

Anadarko Petroleum said on Monday that its offshore Mozambique licence could contain between 15 and 30 trillion cubic feet (425-850 billion cubic metres) of gas after unveiling more encouraging results from the Barquentine-3 appraisal well.

28 November 2011
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LNG imports ‘key’ for South Africa - PetroSA

South Africa’s state-run PetroSA is set to increase its market share of the domestic fuel sector from 5 to 25% by 2020, but in order to achieve this rise in output, the company may need to establish an LNG regasification terminal, a company vice-president told the LNG Outlook Australasia conference in Perth on Monday.

28 November 2011
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China's LNG imports valued at $4.15 bln during first 10 months

China imported 9.41 million tons of LNG over the first 10 months of the year at an average price of $440.75 per ton, according to data released on Friday by the General Administration of Customs (GAC).

25 November 2011
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APPEA concerned about competitiveness of Australian gas industry

The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) has warned that the country’s LNG industry is facing serious challenges, which, “if not addressed, could seriously reduce the capture of benefits from expansion and jeopardise successful project delivery and future growth opportunities”, it said in a statement released on T

24 November 2011

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