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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New LNG plant for Brunei?

A new LNG liquefaction plant with capacity of 4 million tons per annum (mtpa) is to be built in Brunei, according to a report in Japan’s Nikkei Business daily this week.

15 September 2011
LNG

China power use up 9.1% year-on-year in Aug - NEA

China consumed 434.3 terawatt hours of electricity in August, up 9.1% year-on-year, marking the fourth consecutive month in which growth has slowed on an annual basis, according to statistics released by the National Energy Administration (NEA) on Thursday.

15 September 2011
LNG

Vopak, Enagas complete acquisition of Mexican LNG terminal

Vopak and Enagas have completed the acquisition of an LNG storage and regasification terminal in Altamira, Mexico, the companies said on Wednesday.

14 September 2011
LNG

Gas Natural to invest €1 billion in energy projects

Spanish utility Gas Natural Fenosa and the local government in Catalonia has signed a collaboration agreement to invest around €1 billion ($1.4 billion) in energy projects over the next four years, Gas Natural Fenosa said on Monday.

13 September 2011
LNG

Australia puts carbon tax legislation to parliament

Australia’s Labour government today introduced its controversial carbon tax legislation into parliament, a move designed to put a price on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from mid-2012.

13 September 2011
LNG

The Cypriot Electric Authority mulls minority stake in LNG plant

The Electric Authority of Cyprus (EAC) met with Israel’s Delek Group and Texas-based Noble Energy on Monday to discuss the possibility of taking a stake in a planned LNG liquefaction plant in Cyprus, spokesperson Costa Gavrielides told Interfax today.

13 September 2011
LNG

'No problems' with Shell gas-gathering deal, says Iraqi oil ministry

There are “no problems” with Shell’s $17 billion gas-gathering deal in Iraq, the country’s oil minister Abdul-Kareem Luaibi told Dow Jones on Sunday.

12 September 2011
LNG

Negative margins for gas-fired power will not last

Harald Thaler, Industry Director at Frost & Sullivan, talks to Andreas Walstad about the future of gas in Europe's power generation mix.

12 September 2011
LNG

ExxonMobil to sell off stakes in Arun LNG

ExxonMobil is attempting to sell its subsidiaries involved in gas and LNG production at the ageing Arun LNG liquefaction project in Aceh, northern Sumatra, including Mobil Exploration Indonesia, ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia, and Mobil LNG Indonesia.

12 September 2011
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BP and Reliance joint venture still under discussion

Despite reports that BP is looking to buy stakes in existing LNG import terminals in India, as well as build additional terminals to import LNG, the specific plans of the company’s joint venture with Reliance are still in the works, according to BP.

12 September 2011
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Dominican Republic boosts LNG cargoes to fuel booming economy

The largest economy in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic, may receive up to 16 LNG cargoes next year to help fuel a growing industrial sector and public transport system.

9 September 2011
LNG

Poland hopes new LNG terminal will reduce Russian dependency

The Swinoujscie LNG terminal in Poland - slated for 2014 - will help reduce the country’s import dependence on Russian gas after previous plans to build gas pipelines to Denmark and Norway have been shelved.

9 September 2011
LNG

Zhuhai Port to form gas-fired power plant JV with CNOOC Gas & Power

Zhuhai Port Power and Energy Co. plans to establish a joint venture (JV) with CNOOC Gas & Power Group to build a gas-fired power plant in Zhuhai City, according to an announcement made on Friday by Zhuhai Port Co.

9 September 2011
LNG

Challenges postpone Shtokman start date

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has predicted gas will start flowing from Shtokman by the end of 2016, but with so many challenges yet to overcome, this is somewhat optimistic.

9 September 2011
LNG

Higher demand fuelling LNG terminals in India

A wide disparity between demand for gas and supply of it in India has resulted in the country having as many as 10 proposed LNG regasifiers in the works – but many of these remain purely speculative.

8 September 2011
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LNG takes centre stage

Global demand for LNG may create a very competitive market for buyers until 2015.

8 September 2011
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Integrated power model takes hold in Russia

Vertical integration plays in Russia’s energy sector provide a healthy line in business for M&A advisers. Hamid Gayibov, managing director at Xenon Capital Partners, spoke to James Gavin and explained the boutique approach to energy sector corporate finance.

8 September 2011
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Global demand for LNG may create a very competitive market for buyers until 2015

The global LNG industry has grown at an unprecedented rate over the past two years, with first half 2011 production 41% higher than in the same period for 2009.

8 September 2011
LNG

Australia gives environmental nod to Julimar, Brunello fields

American oil and gas major Apache has received the Australian government’s environmental approval to develop the offshore Julimar and Brunello gas fields, which will supply the Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG project, Apache announced on Wednesday.

8 September 2011
LNG

Thailand plans to double LNG terminal’s capacity

A day after inaugurating its first LNG regasification terminal, Thailand’s state-owned PTT said that it intends to start construction to double the plant’s capacity at the beginning of next year, the company announced on Wednesday.

8 September 2011

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