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
Regasification

Gasum plans LNG terminal in Southern Finland

Gasum Oy is considering the construction of an LNG terminal in Southern Finland which it estimates could meet up to 50% of Finland's annual gas needs.

3 April 2012
Liquefaction

Kunlun Energy raises $1.35 bln to fund LNG development

Kunlun Energy, a Chinese gas distributor owned by PetroChina, raised HK$10.48 billion ($1.35 billion) in a share placement on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) on Tuesday, in an offering to fund the growth of the company’s LNG business.

3 April 2012
Liquefaction

YLNG shuts down production after second pipeline attack

The pipeline linking Yemen’s block 18 to the Yemen LNG plant on the Gulf of Aden was attacked on Friday night forcing the facility to shut down.

2 April 2012
Liquefaction

MEO forging ahead with lesser-known Timor Sea LNG plans

The Australian federal government’s environmental nod last week has cleared the way for oil and gas independent MEO Australia to continue its initial work on a plan to build a methanol and LNG production facility in the shallow-water Tassie Shoal, 275 km from land.

2 April 2012
Liquefaction

The wild, wild Papua New Guinea

Oil and gas majors from all over the world want a piece of Papua New Guinea’s oil and gas riches. But political frailty and local hostility make it a risky venture.

30 March 2012
Liquefaction

Taxes creating good conditions for Shtokman project - Putin

The Russian government's tax decisions create a good environment for the development of the Shtokman gas condensate field, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with the chief executives of France's Total and Norway's Statoil.

30 March 2012
Liquefaction

Nigeria finally poised for LNG expansion

After years of delay, things are starting to look good for Nigeria’s LNG sector. So with the circumstances in its favour, Ian Lewis asks could this be the year we see the expansion of Nigerian LNG?

30 March 2012
Liquefaction

Kitimat partners offer equity in LNG project

The three partners of the proposed $15 billion Kitimat LNG plant on Canada's west coast are looking to secure offtake agreements with East Asian buyers. Some of those deals could be concluded by the second quarter of this year, Randy Eresman, chief executive of Encana and Kitimat partner, said at Global LNG Summit in Singapore on Thursday.

30 March 2012
Liquefaction

Politics threaten competitive edge of US LNG exports

The politics surrounding United States LNG exports may see the country losing its competitive edge to supply Pacific markets.

30 March 2012
Liquefaction

Subsidised gas for Aussie manufacturers is an unlikely prospect

Australia’s manufacturers are pushing the government to keep some of the gas destined for LNG exports at home, in the hopes of stemming rising prices. But the high cost of developing the export projects makes that an unlikely prospect.

30 March 2012
Supply Contracts

Japan’s struggle to set a new energy policy

The shutdown of all Japan’s nuclear power stations bar one has forced the country to turn to thermal power – in particular LNG - to meet domestic electricity demand. But there is now a fierce debate going on throughout Japan about the direction of its future energy policy.

29 March 2012
Liquefaction

Shtokman FID delayed for another three months

A final investment decision on the Shtokman LNG project in Russia has been delayed for another three months following a meeting of the operating company’s board of directors in Moscow on Thursday.

29 March 2012
Liquefaction

Department of Energy delays LNG non-FTA export report

The United States Department of Energy has suspended approval of for LNG exports to countries with which the US does not have a free trade agreement (FTA) pending the completion of a second report assessing exports’ the impact of exports on the US economy.

29 March 2012
Supply Contracts

Japan’s LNG imports likely to exceed $78 billion in 2012

Japan’s Institute for Energy Economics (IEEJ) warned on Wednesday that its LNG import bill would likely exceed $78 billion in 2012 if mothballed reactors remain offline.

28 March 2012
Regasification

Statoil to double LNG processing capacity in Barents Sea

With recent discoveries in the Barents Sea and the expectation of more to come, Statoil will soon be making a decision on expanding the company’s gas facilities in the region.

28 March 2012
Liquefaction

Israel's Delek Energy mulls HKSE listing

Delek Energy’s plans to list on an alternative stock exchange, and most probably in Hong Kong, could hint that a Chinese partner is in the lead to develop Israel’s giant Leviathan gas field.

28 March 2012
Liquefaction

China's liquefaction plants show rate rise

China’s gas liquefaction plants had an average operating rate of 65% in the seven-day period ending 23 March, up by 5% from the previous interval, according to statistics released on Sunday by industry consultancy Zhuochuang Information.

27 March 2012
Liquefaction

Australia’s make-or-break ruling on Browse LNG expected soon

Australia plans to decide within the next few weeks on whether to allow the Browse LNG project’s final investment decision to be postponed to next year. If given the go-ahead, Browse could become the next Australian project in line for sanctioning.

27 March 2012
Liquefaction

Shtokman Development board to meet 29 March

The meeting at which the board of directors of Shtokman Development will make a final investment decision (FID) on the Shtokman project is scheduled for 29 March, the head of Gazprom, Alexei Miller told reporters on Friday.

26 March 2012
Liquefaction

Tepco shutdown leaves Japan with one reactor online

Tepco has shut down its last remaining reactor at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant, a spokesperson confirmed to Interfax on Monday.

26 March 2012

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