ConocoPhillips' Darwin LNG plant. Liquefaction

Bonaparte LNG in focus as Santos targets Asia

Santos has returned its focus to Australia’s Bonaparte Basin as growing Asian demand brings opportunity to the area.

By Sally Bogle 23 February 2018
Liquefaction

Urgency builds for North American LNG exports

Speed will be critical for the ability of North American LNG export projects to capture market share from global competitors such as Australia, according to speakers at the LNG Export Forum North America in Houston, Texas.

17 May 2012
Supply Contracts

Tepco taps government for support in Australia

Embattled utility Tepco has secured government support for the acquisition of a $4.4 billion stake in Chevron’s Wheatstone LNG project, the Nikkei reported on Wednesday.

16 May 2012
Liquefaction

PetroChina signs on to jointly develop Canadian LNG project

PetroChina, the listed arm of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), has agreed to jointly develop a long-awaited LNG project in Western Canada, alongside Shell Canada, Kogas and Japan’s Mitsubishi, PetroChina announced on Wednesday.

16 May 2012
Shipping & Transport

Petronas to build £324 mln LNG terminal

Malaysia’s state-run Petronas plans to spend $324 million on building an LNG receiving terminal in Lahad Datu, Sabah, Reuters reported on Wednesday.

16 May 2012
Supply Contracts

Cheniere reveals Sabine's financing plans

United States LNG developer Cheniere Energy has disclosed the details of a financing arrangement that will secure the equity portion of funding needed for the first phase of its proposed 18 million ton per annum (mtpa) Sabine Pass LNG export project.

16 May 2012
Regasification

Shanghai to import 3 million tons of LNG in 2012

Shanghai is forecast to import 3 million tons of LNG in 2012 with the bulk of imports coming from Malaysia, the local Jiefang Daily reported on Tuesday.

16 May 2012
Liquefaction

InterOil confident of resolving PNG dispute soon

Months after InterOil’s failed attempt to revise the plans for the Gulf LNG project, Papua New Guinea has proposed to cancel the project all together. But the move may be aimed at strong-arming the company into submission.

15 May 2012
Liquefaction

Iran LNG: the witnesses

Most people believe that politics will be the death of Iran’s LNG export ambitions, but few know the circumstances of its birth.

14 May 2012
Liquefaction

PNG energy department seeks to nix InterOil’s LNG project deal

Texas-based InterOil has heard that Papua New Guinea’s Department of Petroleum and Energy (DPE) is seeking to cancel the 2009 LNG project agreement the government signed with subsidiary Liquid Niugini Gas laying out the Gulf LNG development plan.

14 May 2012
Supply Contracts

Indonesia keeps pushing LNG contract renegotiation with China

The Chinese government is starting to show a positive response to Indonesia’s ongoing pressure to renegotiate the price for LNG exports from the BP-operated Tannguh LNG plant in West Papua, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Hatta Rajasa said last week.

14 May 2012
Supply Contracts

Fourth Japanese utility taps LNG from Chevron’s Wheatstone

Chevron has signed a fourth agreement with a Japanese buyer for LNG from its 8.6 million ton per annum (mtpa) Wheatstone project, underlining the continuing importance of Australian gas to Asian markets, despite the higher prices compared with other exporters.

14 May 2012
Regasification

Ukraine, Qatar, Turkey to discuss LNG transit

Ukraine, Qatar and Turkey are planning to hold talks in late May over possible transit of LNG from Qatar to Ukraine through the Bosphorus, Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said.

10 May 2012
Liquefaction

Leighton lands $900 mln worth of deals for APLNG, Ichthys

Australia’s Leighton Holdings has won nearly A$900 million ($907.7 million) worth of contracts for the Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) project at Gladstone and the Ichthys LNG development at Darwin, in two deals that highlight the growing demand for contracting services at the seven large-scale LNG developments underway on both coasts.

10 May 2012
Supply Contracts

India’s commerce minister courting potential gas suppliers

LNG supply agreements have climbed to the top of Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma’s priorities over the past year, he told Interfax in an exclusive interview.

10 May 2012
Supply Contracts

Pakistan close to scrapping Qatari LNG import plans

Pakistan is close to scrapping its plans to import 500 MMcf/d (14.2 MMcm/d) of LNG from Qatar, The Nation reported on Thursday.

10 May 2012
Regasification

UK becomes third biggest LNG importer - analysts

The UK became the third largest importer of LNG in the world in 2011 and the main importer in Europe, as indigenous supplies dwindled and the UK became a transit country for spot LNG deliveries, according to analysts from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

9 May 2012
Regasification

Dapeng terminal marks 25 million ton throughput milestone

The Dapeng LNG terminal in Guangdong Province has received 25 million tons of LNG since entering operations in June 2006, China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC), a major stakeholder in the project, announced on Monday.

9 May 2012
Liquefaction

QCLNG warns of cost blowouts amid mounting LNG challenges

BG Group has become the first Gladstone LNG developer to admit that its project is facing large cost overruns, but it is not expected to be the only one.

8 May 2012
Regasification

Hubei Xinjie wins approval for vehicular gas station build-out

Hubei Xinjie has received approval to build 11 vehicular gas refilling stations in Hubei Province's Huangshi City, a source with the Huangshi municipal arm of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) confirmed to Interfax on Monday.

8 May 2012
Liquefaction

CNOOC commissions state shipbuilder to design small LNG carrier

China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC), the country's leading LNG terminal operator, has commissioned China State Shipbuilding Corp. (CSSC) to design its first small-scale LNG carrier.

8 May 2012

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