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
Shipping & Transport

Fairstar Heavy Transport awarded Ichthys transport contracts

Japan Gas has awarded Holland’s Fairstar Heavy Transport two contracts for marine transportation services for the Ichthys LNG project in Darwin, Australia, Fairstar announced on Sunday.

5 March 2012
Supply Contracts

Russian govt will not apply Shtokman tax breaks before FID

The Russian government will not make any decision on tax breaks for the Shtokman project until a final investment decision (FID) is made, Russian Minister of Energy Sergei Shmatko told reporters

5 March 2012
Liquefaction

Novatek to announce tender for Yamal LNG plant construction in in March/April

Novatek plans to announce a tender for an engineering, procurement and construction contract to build an LNG plant at the Yamal LNG project in March or April, NOVATEK's co-owner and Chief Executive Leonid Mikhelson told journalists.

2 March 2012
Regasification

CNOOC takes lead in China LNG import sector

China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC), the country's largest offshore energy producer, is taking a lead position in the development of the country's liquefied natural gas (LNG) import sector with a number of LNG receiving terminal projects underway.

2 March 2012
Supply Contracts

Feeding the dragon

The news that China’s January LNG imports were up significantly in volume and value was glad tidings for LNG exporters around the world.

2 March 2012
Regasification

UK majors sweat as Argentina turns up the heat

It is still unclear whether UK LNG suppliers to Argentina will be affected by Buenos Aries' threat to blockade UK products this week.

1 March 2012
Liquefaction

Beach looking beyond Santos to supply other LNG exporters

Beach Energy is in discussion with “large-scale customers” for the supply of gas from the Cooper Basin where it estimates it has an entitlement for supply of up to 230 petajoules

1 March 2012
Regasification

CNOOC and Tianjin Port Group to build floating terminal

CNOOC Gas & Power Group (CNOOC G&P) signed formal agreements on Sunday with the Tianjin Port Group and the Administrative Committee of Dongjiang Bonded Port to build the company’s first floating LNG project.

28 February 2012
Supply Contracts

Japanese cities press for shelving of nuclear power plants

Three of Japan’s largest cities within the Kansai region have submitted a written request pressing Kansai Electric Power Co. (Kepco) to shelve its nuclear facilities.

28 February 2012
Liquefaction

Feasibility study for Ukrainian LNG terminal complete

Spanish company Socoin Ingenieria y Construccion Industria has finished developing a feasibility study for the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Ukraine.

28 February 2012
Liquefaction

North American gas prices tempt private equity back to energy industry

The medium-term ambitions of producers that want to export LNG to Asia are in line with the traditional strategies of private equity firms, say analysts.

28 February 2012
Supply Contracts

China deepens reliance on LNG and pipeline imports

China, the world’s largest energy consumer, relied on imports to meet more than a quarter of its gas consumption in January, highlighting the country’s growing dependence on foreign sources of gas.

27 February 2012
Supply Contracts

Mixed outlook from experts on China's future LNG bill

An expert panel at the Offshore Asia Conference in Kuala Lumpur last week was mixed on whether or not China's LNG bill was set for a significant increase in the years ahead; with pricey projects in Australia, an LNG trading hub in Singapore, and the prospect of exports from the United States all part of the conversation.

27 February 2012
Supply Contracts

China and Japan not competing for LNG - Tokyo Gas

Despite China's growing presence in a global LNG market traditionally dominated by Japan, the two countries are unlikely to become competitors for future supplies of LNG, a senior executive at Tokyo Gas said at the Offshore Asia conference in Kuala Lumpur this week.

24 February 2012
Regasification

BG Group planning to cut stake in Chile LNG

Any potential sale of BG Group’s stake will not affect the 21-year LNG supply contract the company has in place.

24 February 2012
Liquefaction

Chevron’s Gorgon development reaches ‘end of the beginning’

Chevron’s landmark Gorgon LNG project off Western Australia is rapidly moving into its peak construction phase, Gorgon project downstream manager Paul McGrath told delegates to the Australasian Oil & Gas conference in Perth this week.

24 February 2012
Supply Contracts

China’s January LNG bill rises as imports increase

China’s LNG imports were up by 60% year-on-year in January to 1.3 million tons (mt) according to figures released by the General Administration of Customs on Wednesday.

23 February 2012
Liquefaction

Bolivia’s ‘virtual pipeline’ is symbolic undertaking

Bolivia has issued an international EPC tender for a ‘virtual gas pipeline’ to supply LNG to rural areas by truck, but the country’s former energy minister has said it is a political issue rather than a private sector opportunity

23 February 2012
Shipping & Transport

The new realities of the LNG ship debt market

LNG ship owners are injecting more of their own capital into financing new LNG vessels as stricter financial regulations squeeze access to bank debt

23 February 2012
Liquefaction

Petronas to add 3.6 mtpa train to Sarawak plant

Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas plans to add a 3.6 mtpa train to its liquefaction project in Sarawak, on the island of Borneo, Reuters reported on Thursday.

23 February 2012

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