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Singapore moves on solar but LNG to remain dominant

Singapore relies on gas to generate the bulk of its electricity, but solar energy could quickly ramp up as the country is looking to boost its use of renewables.

By Colin Shek 23 October 2017
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Inpex ‘close’ to finalising buyers for full Ichthys LNG offtake

The Ichthys LNG project in northern Australia is “close” to securing buyers for its full 8.4 million tons per annum (mtpa) output, operator Inpex said in a statement on Friday.

24 June 2011
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Shtokman project shareholders seek tax breaks

Gazprom, Total and Statoil, the shareholders in Shtokman Development AG (SDAG), are working to secure state support to develop the Shtokman field in the Barents Sea.

24 June 2011
LNG

Pembroke CCGT on track for 2012 start-up

RWE npower’s 2 gigawatt Pembroke gas-fired power station is on track for start-up in the third quarter of 2012, the company confirmed on Friday.

24 June 2011
LNG

Huadian Yunnan enters gas power project with Kunlun Gas Utilization

China Huadian Corporation Corp. Yunnan (Huadian), a subsidiary of Huadian Power International Corporation, signed a gas power construction deal with Kunlun Gas Utilization Co. (Kunlun Gas), the Kunming Daily reported on 22 June.

24 June 2011
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Hanas LNG project to go online in October

An LNG project built by Ningxia Hanas New Energy Group will go online in October, People’s Daily website reports.

24 June 2011
LNG

Novatek buys four Rosnedra Yamal gas properties $2.37 billion

The Russian Federal Subsurface Resources Agency (Rosnedra) cancelled a tender to sell four gas properties to be used for LNG production in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District, and instead sold the properties to Novatek, the agency's chief, Anatoly Ledovskikh confirmed to Interfax.

24 June 2011
LNG

UK increases dependence on LNG imports

LNG imports currently account for more than a quarter of UK gas demand, up from around 15% a year ago, Sam Laidlaw, chief executive of UK energy company Centrica, said on Thursday.

23 June 2011
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Gazprom offered remaining 50% stake in Beltransgaz in buy/sell deal

A Belarusian delegation has offered Gazprom a draft buy-sell agreement for a 50% state packet in its state-owned gas pipeline and transportation company, Beltransgaz for $2.5 billion.

23 June 2011
LNG

China's gas power installed capacity to reach 30 GW by 2015

The China Electricity Council (CEC) forecast that China’s gas power installed capacity would reach 30 gigawatts (GW) by 2015, an official with the CEC said at the Clean Energy Expo China 2011 (CEEC) in Beijing on Wednesday.

23 June 2011
LNG

South Hook LNG terminal seeks capacity commitments

One of the three UK LNG import terminal, South Hook is looking for capacity commitments to better utilise the terminal’s 15.6 million tons per annum capacity.

22 June 2011
LNG

CNPC completes link between West-East pipeline and Jiangsu LNG terminal

China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) completed construction of the gas pipeline bridge in Jiangsu Province, the company announced this week.

22 June 2011
LNG

CNOOC to start construction on Hainan LNG terminal

China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) will begin construction on its LNG import terminal on Hainan Island in July, China’s southernmost province newspaper, Hainan Daily reported today.

22 June 2011
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Gazprom may consider investing in West European power generation

Gazprom’s board of directors may examine proposals on investment in power generation assets in Western Europe at the end of the year.

22 June 2011
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Kuwait to keep up with demand with more LNG imports

Kuwait expects to import between 43 and 47 cargoes of LNG this year as it seeks to keep up with rampant domestic demand, a senior energy official said at the World National Oil Companies Congress in London, on Tuesday.

22 June 2011
LNG

Russia and Japan energy co-operation shows growth potential

Gazprom and Japan energy co-operation has major growth potential, Gazprom said in a press release following a meeting between its chief executive, Alexei Miller, and the Japanese ambassador to Russia, Chikahito Harada.

22 June 2011
LNG

End is in sight for European gas oversupply

The current oversupply of gas in Europe could come to an end as early as next year because of a tightening global market, consultants Wood Mackenzie said today.

22 June 2011
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Interview: Novatek’s CEO Leonid Mikhelson

CEO of Novatek, Leonid Mikhelson, discusses Novatek’s Yamal-LNG project, among other issues.

20 June 2011
LNG

Jordan to launch tenders for LNG terminal in November

Jordan will launch a tender in November to build an LNG terminal off the coast of the Red Sea port of Aqaba on a build-own-operate basis, energy minister Khalid Touqan said on Sunday.

20 June 2011
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Australian LNG hit by problems

Fitch Ratings expressed concern about cost inflation and budget overruns in the Australian LNG sector on Monday as a series of projects move towards startup.

20 June 2011
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Pluto LNG delays continue

Australia’s Woodside has delayed the start-up of its Pluto LNG project as construction delays and weather problems push back the company’s original schedule.

17 June 2011

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