The signing ceremony for the Moheshkhali FSRU Regasification

Bangladesh prepares for first LNG imports

Bangladesh is getting ready to receive its first delivery of LNG next week as its new FSRU travels across the Indian Ocean carrying Qatari volumes.

By Andrew Walker 20 April 2018
Liquefaction

Sakhalin 1 and 3 projects could support third phase of LNG plant

Sakhalin Energy, the operator of the Sakhalin 2 project, is reviewing resources to support construction of the third phase of an LNG plant in the south of Sakhalin, Alexander Khoroshavin, governor of the Sakhalin region, said at a press conference on Monday.

10 September 2012
Liquefaction

MEO evaluating possible Timor LNG gas sources

MEO Australia is looking at whether its gas assets off the northwest coast of Australia would provide enough supplies for the proposed Tassie Shoal LNG plant, the company said in a presentation on Monday.

10 September 2012
Supply Contracts

Russia negotiates gas supplies to China

The topic of Russian gas supplies to China may be further developed after negotiations between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Hu Jintao at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, Rosneft President Igor Sechin said on the sidelines of the summit on Friday.

7 September 2012
Shipping & Transport

China's demand for small LNG carriers expected to boom

Chinese demand for small LNG carriers with capacities up to 50 thousand cubic metres (Mcm) is set to soar as the country ramps up LNG imports, a government researcher said in Shanghai on Thursday.

7 September 2012
Liquefaction

Aussie gas boom going strong, despite commodity price slump

The concern sweeping through Australia’s resources sector that the commodity price boom is dead does not extend to the gas sector, where international prices have only eased off slightly after Japan’s demand surge and domestic prices are set to rise as supply tightens, according to the energy analysis firm EnergyQuest.

6 September 2012
Liquefaction

Anadarko eyes Golfinho/Atum for first two Mozambique LNG trains

US-based Anadarko Petroleum may seek to speed development of the first two trains of its Mozambique LNG project by sourcing feedstock from its offshore Golfinho and Atum finds.

6 September 2012
Liquefaction

Tanzania LNG timing still uncertain - BG Group

It is still too early to say when an LNG export project in Tanzania will come online, Matt Wilks, BG Group’s country manager, has said.

6 September 2012
Supply Contracts

UralChem Holding, Novatek-Perm sign gas supply contract

Fertiliser producer UralChem Holding and Novatek-Perm have signed a gas supply contract, valid until December 2017, UralChem has said.

6 September 2012
Liquefaction

Kunlun Energy ranks as China’s top LNG producer

Kunlun Energy, the downstream gas arm of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), became the country’s largest LNG producer in August after it launched its sixth liquefaction plant, an energy consultancy told Interfax on Wednesday.

5 September 2012
Supply Contracts

Gazprom may supply LNG to YPF as Argentina casts net

Gazprom told Interfax on Wednesday that it has discussed supplying LNG to Argentina’s newly state-controlled company YPF, but said that talks were still at an early stage.

5 September 2012
Supply Contracts

Kitimat negotiations ‘slower than expected’

Negotiations for an oil-linked off-take agreement for LNG exports from the proposed Kitimat project in British Columbia are moving slower than expected, according to Mark Papa, chief executive of EOG Resources.

5 September 2012
Regasification

Local approval granted for proposed Estonian LNG facility

An LNG terminal near Estonia's capital Tallinn moved one step closer to reality at the end of August, with the local Jõelähtme parish council approving the scheme in principle.

4 September 2012
Liquefaction

Cheniere submits Corpus Christi liquifaction project application

Cheniere Energy has submitted an application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to site, build, and operate a three-train, 15 mtpa liquefaction project near Corpus Christi, Texas.

3 September 2012
Regasification

Bechtel 'very interested' in bidding to build LNG terminal in UAE

Bechtel Group is “very interested” in bidding to build an LNG terminal in Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates, David Welch, the regional president for Europe, Africa and the Middle East told reporters in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.

3 September 2012
Supply Contracts

Gail fills a short-term supply gap with Gas Natural Fenosa deal

India’s state-run Gail has signed a three-year LNG agreement with Spain’s Gas Natural Fenosa, in a deal that will help tie the company over until its longer-term import investments take effect.

3 September 2012
Regasification

Indonesia OKs Central Java FSRU amid oversupply concerns

Reports have surfaced that the Indonesian government has given state oil and gas explorer Pertamina approval to move ahead with construction of the country’s third floating storage regasification unit off the north coast of Central Java.

3 September 2012
Liquefaction

Tzemach committee report warmly welcomed by Israel’s gas explorers

The Tzemach committee’s gas export policy recommendations, released on Wednesday, have been well-received by the energy industry for finally giving explorers the regulatory and economic security they need to invest in the prolific Levant Basin.

31 August 2012
Supply Contracts

LNG deliveries from T&T to US rise as GDF Suez fulfils contracts

LNG deliveries from Trinidad & Tobago to the United States have increased in recent weeks as capacity holder GDF Suez attempts to fulfil contracts following the shutdown of its Yemen LNG plant.

31 August 2012
Regasification

Lithuania to decide on LNG supplier by end of 2012

The commission in charge of developing the regasification terminal under construction at Lithuania’s Port of Klaipeda has been in touch with around a dozen potential LNG sellers and intends to decide on a clear alternative to the country’s sole gas supplier, Gazprom, by the end of this year, according to a local news report.

31 August 2012
Shipping & Transport

Gazprom Neft Trading sends first tanker through Northern Sea route

Gazprom Neft subsidiary Gazprom Neft Trading has sent its first tanker along the Northern Sea Route to Asia, according to the company's journal Siberian Oil.

30 August 2012

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