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US to strengthen global lead in gas production – Birol

The US is set to increase its lead over Russia as the world’s biggest gas producer, providing additional flexibility and diversity for European importers, the IEA says.

By Andreas Walstad 20 November 2017
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Hyundai unveils plans for floating LNG terminal

The South Korean firm Hyundai Heavy Industries has completed model development of its own floating LNG vessel (FLNG) in association with German engineering firm Linde, the company announced on Thursday.

5 January 2012
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PNG’s constitutional crisis blamed for Gulf LNG delay

Political gridlock in Papua New Guinea last month is primarily to blame for InterOil’s decision to postpone making a final investment decision on its Gulf LNG project.

5 January 2012
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Jordanian energy minister visits Qatar to discuss LNG import plans

Jordan’s Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Qutaiba Abu Qura arrived in Doha on Monday as part of a three-day state visit to discuss options for importing Qatari LNG.

3 January 2012
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BHP, ExxonMobil seek slice of Queensland LNG action

BHP Billiton said last month it was in talks with some Australian CBM-to-LNG projects about exporting gas from its Bass Strait development. Such a link-up would greatly accelerate the rise in eastern Australian gas prices.

22 December 2011
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China's LNG imports in November up 52%

China's LNG imports in November surged by 51.79% from October to a record 1.29 million tons, according to statistics released by the General Administration of Customs on Wednesday.

22 December 2011
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South Korea to up oil and gas investment in 2012

South Korea is planning to spend $11.8 billion on oil and gas projects next year, a 34% increase on this year’s projected total of $8.8 billion, the Ministry of Knowledge Economy announced on Wednesday during its 10th CEO forum on overseas resource projects.

21 December 2011
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CNPC starts operations at Dalian LNG terminal

China National Petroleum Corp.'s (CNPC) Dalian LNG receiving terminal began feeding the Dashen Natural Gas Pipeline (DGP) on Sunday, marking the start of full operations at the terminal, CNPC said in a statement issued on Tuesday.

21 December 2011
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US LNG firms hope to avoid previous mistakes

Will US LNG exporters fall into the same trap of misjudging the global and domestic gas market as importers did last decade? This is unlikely because of cost pressures

20 December 2011
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Indonesia’s Arun LNG to keep cheap gas at home

Pertamina is waiting for the Indonesian government to approve the development of a plan to convert the Arun LNG liquefaction plant into a receiving terminal

20 December 2011
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Gazprom plans LNG shipments to India from 2016

Russia plans to start shipping LNG to India from 2016, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said at a meeting with Indian and Russian business leaders in the Kremlin on Friday.

16 December 2011
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Japan’s LNG demand is 'not sustainable'

Japan’s post-Fukushima energy policy is “not sustainable” because of the escalating cost for utilities, Daisuke Harada, a senior economist at state-owned Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) has told Interfax.

15 December 2011
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Adria LNG on hold over maritime boundary dispute

The Adria LNG project planned for Krk Island on the Croatian coast is on hold because of a wrangle over maritime concession rights between the consortium and site owner Dina Petrochemical, with the ne

15 December 2011
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Indonesia abandons LNG import plans to supply planned regas projects

Dwindling gas resources and rising domestic demand have trapped Indonesia between meeting the need for gas at home and exporting LNG to support economic growth.

15 December 2011
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Tenaga Nasional planning to buy LNG on open market

Malaysia’s Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) is planning to buy LNG at market prices once Petronas’ LNG terminal is complete next year, the Bernama news agency reported on Wednesday.

14 December 2011
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Limp outlook forces Trinidad and Tobago to evolve

Over the past 20 years, Trinidad and Tobago’s fortuitous location has allowed it to morph from a small oil-based economy into a gas behemoth, with hydrocarbons constituting around 40% of its GDP and 80% of its exports.

14 December 2011
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FSRUs quicker and cheaper than onshore option

The number of countries importing LNG has increased from 11 in 2000 to 25 in 2011, and four of these newcomers have entered the LNG import market using ships as floating storage and regasification uni

14 December 2011
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European market in transition to hub-based environment – E.On Ruhrgas chairman

Interfax met Klaus Schäfer at the World Petroleum Congress, chairman of the board of directors of E.On Ruhrgas, to discuss the challenges facing the Dusseldorf-based company and his views on the European gas market

13 December 2011
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Proposed US LNG export plans face regulatory hurdles

Local opposition and US Department of Energy (DOE) caution on approvals for new LNG export plants both threaten to slow the award of licences

13 December 2011
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Sinopec unit links with distributor to develop north China LNG market

Sinopec Northeast Oil and Gas (Northeast O&G), a unit of state-owned Sinopec Group, has signed a co-operation agreement with Jilin Tianfu Energy (Tianfu Energy) to develop LNG businesses in north China, the Jilin provincial government announced on Sunday.

13 December 2011
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Gazprom LNG trading to fall in 2011

The amount of LNG sold by Gazprom is set to fall this year because of a lack of available tankers on the market, a source familiar with the situation told Interfax on Monday.

12 December 2011

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