The Xijiang ENN 01, China’s first standardised LNG bunkering barge to provide ship-to-ship refuelling. LNG

Poor economics hold back US LNG bunkering

LNG bunkering projects in the US are being stymied by poor economics and a lack of infrastructure.

By Therese Robinson 18 September 2017
Exploration & Production

KOGAS joins shale project in British Columbia

Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) will collaborate with Mitsubishi Corporation and Penn West Exploration (PWE) in developing a shale gas project in the Cordova Embayment of north-eastern British Columbia, Canada, Mitsubishi said on Thursday.

1 July 2011
LNG

Gas is the ‘default’ fuel in the US

Gas is now the “default fuel in the US,” David Crane, president and chief executive of NRG Energy told delegates today at the FT Global Energy Leaders Summit 2011 in London. “Everyone loves it.”

28 June 2011
LNG

Jamaican government okays LNG regas plans

Following several years of discussions, the Jamaican government has decided to move ahead with plans to build a floating LNG facility, to reduce the island’s costs and dependence on oil for power generation.

28 June 2011
Exploration & Production

Gas needs to be part of political message - Lambert Energy Advisory

"Unless the message changes from the political elite”, new gas supply will not come online and prices will rise, Philip Lambert, chief executive of Lambert Energy Advisory told delegates at the FT Global Energy Leaders Summit in London today.

28 June 2011
LNG

The gas industry needs to make its case

Gas lobbyists on both sides of the Atlantic are failing to get their message across to politicians and policymakers, meaning that the industry is losing out to more vociferous renewable, nuclear and coal industry initiatives.

28 June 2011
Exploration & Production

Chesapeake slates newspaper for ‘misleading’ shale gas article

Chesapeake Energy chief executive, Aubrey McClendon, has openly criticised a series of Sunday New York Times reports doubting the long-term viability and profitability of shale gas.

27 June 2011
Exploration & Production

US congress says Obama must take ‘leadership role’ on gas

Eight US congress members have in a letter to President Barack Obama urged him and his administration to take leadership role in the encouragement of continued development and utilisation of domestic gas resources, particularly shale gas.

27 June 2011
Exploration & Production

US congress says Obama must take ‘leadership role’ on gas

Eight US congress members have in a letter to President Barack Obama urged him and his administration to take leadership role in the encouragement of continued development and utilisation of domestic gas resources, particularly shale gas.

27 June 2011
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Williams aims to trump ETE Southern Union offer

United States gas group Williams sought to trump Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) group’s bid for the Southern Union Company on Thursday with a $4.9 billion counter offer.

24 June 2011
Exploration & Production

US EPA selects fracking test sites

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has selected seven sites at which to assess the impact of hydraulic fracturing on groundwater – a major point of contention among environmentalists.

24 June 2011
Exploration & Production

US E&P spending continues recovery from recession

International spending on exploration and production is set to increase by 14% to $533 billion this year, as activity continues to pick up after the recession, a new spending survey conducted by investment bank Dahlman Rose & Co said on Wednesday.

24 June 2011
Exploration & Production

Encana, PetroChina shale deal collapses

PetroChina Co. Ltd., the listed arm of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), and Canada’s Encana, failed to reach agreement on a joint venture (JV) to develop shale gas assets in western Canada, Encana said in a statement late on Tuesday.

22 June 2011
Exploration & Production

Trinidad and Tobago's latest licensing results due

The results of Trinidad and Tobago’s latest licensing round are set to be announced next week, the country’s energy minister told Interfax on the sidelines of a conference in London today.

21 June 2011
LNG

Interview: BG Group's Martin Houston (Part II)

Martin Houston, the executive director, executive vice-president and managing director of Americas and Global LNG at BG Group, discusses the company’s continued growth within the US domestic market and the possibility of exporting from the Lake Charles facility in Louisiana.

8 June 2011
Exploration & Production

Shell plans Marcellus shale petrochemical plant

Royal Dutch Shell is planning to build an ethylene cracker plant in the Appalachian region of the United States (US) to process ethane from the prolific Marcellus shale gas formation.

7 June 2011
LNG

Petronas buys stake in Canadian shale gas plays

Malaysia’s Petronas has, this week, bought half of three Canadian shale gas plays for C$1.07 billion ($1.09 billion) from Calgary-based Progress Energy Resources and will discuss development of LNG export facilities in British Columbia.

3 June 2011
Exploration & Production

Marathon Oil doubles its Eagle Ford shale holdings

Marathon Oil Corporation has agreed to buy $3.5 billion worth of Eagle Ford shale assets from Hilcorp Resources Holdings.

2 June 2011
LNG

Hurdles remain for Cheniere US LNG export project

Cheniere Energy has received approval from the US department of energy for its proposed LNG terminal at Sabine Pass – but a number of hurdles to the project still remain.

26 May 2011
Companies & Finance

El Paso Corporation to spin off E&P business

Houston-based El Paso Corporation announced, on 24 May, that its Board of Directors has approved a plan to divide the company into two publicly traded businesses by the end of 2011.

25 May 2011

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