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Liquefaction

Ophir reiterates commitment to Fortuna FLNG

Alan Booth, Ophir Energy’s interim chief executive, has said the company is still looking to reach financial close on the Fortuna FLNG project in Equatorial Guinea by the end of the year

13 July 2018
Shipping & Transport

Fincantieri to build two LNG-powered cruise ships for TUI

Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri has won an order to build two LNG-powered cruise ships for TUI Cruises

13 July 2018
Liquefaction

Nigeria LNG awards FEED contracts for seventh train

NLNG has awarded FEED contracts for an expansion project that will include a seventh liquefaction train

12 July 2018
Liquefaction

Mozambique expecting $50 bln investment in LNG

ENH, Mozambique’s state hydrocarbons company, expects Anadarko and Eni to make FIDs worth a total of $50 billion on their LNG export projects in the country next year

12 July 2018
The Christophe de Margerie Arc7-class LNG carrier at Yamal Liquefaction

Novatek on the lookout for ice-class tankers

The first LNG tankers to take the Northern Sea Route from Yamal are nearing China, while Novatek is securing additional shipping to take cargoes to Europe.

12 July 2018
Liquefaction

Yamal exports more LNG and condensate in Q2

Novatek’s Yamal LNG plant received customs clearance to export 1.28 mt of LNG and 125,200 tons of condensate in Q2 2018

12 July 2018
Liquefaction

LNG bunkering fleet growing globally

As the new global sulphur limit of 0.5% approaches, new vessels able to carry out ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operations are appearing, mostly in Europe and Asia.

12 July 2018
Regasification

LNG tanker truck sales fall at China’s biggest terminals

Sales of LNG tanker trucks fell by 38% at CNOOC's Tianjin terminal in May, while numbers were down by 16.5% at Ningbo and 11% at Zhuhai.

12 July 2018
Supply Contracts

CME and Cheniere to develop LNG futures contract

CME Group will work with Cheniere to develop an LNG futures contract based on physical deliveries from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass plant.

11 July 2018
Liquefaction

LNG Canada gearing up for FID

Increased activity in Kitimat suggests Shell and its partners are preparing to take FID on the LNG Canada export project.

11 July 2018
Liquefaction

Ichthys to ship first LNG cargo by end of September

Inpex expects to ship the first LNG cargo from its Ichthys project offshore Australia by the end of September.

11 July 2018
The Dapeng LNG terminal in China Regasification

China’s LNG terminals hike prices to cover import costs

Last month’s rally in Asian spot LNG prices has forced China’s importers to lift prices for the fuel at terminals to cover rising import costs.

11 July 2018
Regasification

Indian LNG imports up 17% year on year in May

India's LNG imports have grown year on year for seven of the past eight months, with some large increases, highlighting strong growth in demand.

11 July 2018
Liquefaction

SHPGX pipeline sales back down after recent high

A total of 2.06 bcm of pipeline gas was sold on the Shanghai Petroleum and Gas Exchange in June, down from May’s 2018 high of 2.27 bcm.

11 July 2018
Regasification

Australian LNG import plans may end Narrabri CBM project

LNG import proposals for southeastern Australia could spell the end of the controversial Narrabri CBM project in New South Wales.

10 July 2018
Regasification

Pertamina cancels plans for second Indonesian onshore LNG terminal

Indonesia’s Pertamina has cancelled plans for what would have been the country’s second onshore LNG terminal.

10 July 2018
Liquefaction

Asian spot LNG prices jump nearly 20% in June

Spot LNG prices in Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan increased by an average of 19.5% in June from May – the biggest jump for any month since October 2017.

10 July 2018
Chinese LNG storage tank Liquefaction

Chinese LNG prices unlikely to snowball this winter

Another winter price shock is unlikely to be on the cards for China’s LNG market as steps have been taken to restrain demand within touching distance of supply.

9 July 2018
Liquefaction

Ichthys facing further delays from safety concerns

Australia’s offshore oil and gas regulator is considering enforcement action against Inpex’s Ichthys LNG project after discovering safety problems on the offshore gas platform

9 July 2018
Liquefaction

US trade spat will increase likelihood that China will join Arctic LNG 2 – Fitch

The likelihood of China joining Russia’s Arctic LNG 2 project will increase as the trade and economic dispute between China and the United States deepens

9 July 2018

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