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US still opposed to Nord Stream 2 – Perry

United States Energy Secretary Rick Perry has reiterated his country’s opposition to Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline project but has said both countries could still find common ground

14 September 2018

Exxon agrees sales terms for Alaska LNG supply

ExxonMobil has agreed terms and conditions for the sale of 391 bcm of gas for the Alaska LNG project.

11 September 2018

Freeport LNG signs 2.2 mtpa deal with Sumitomo

Freeport LNG has signed a binding heads of agreement to allocate 2.2 mtpa from its fourth train to Sumitomo

6 September 2018
Mexico’s president (right) and president-elect in Mexico City last month Policy & Regulation

Relief as Mexico’s gas imports avoid NAFTA troubles

The US-Mexico export regime appears to have emerged unscathed from the ‘renegotiation’ of NAFTA.

3 September 2018
Companies & Finance

South Korean IPP takes stake in US gas-fired power plant

South Korean independent power producer GS EPS has acquired a 10% stake in a gas-fired power plant in the United States.

30 August 2018
Exploration & Production

Eni acquires 124 Alaskan exploration licences

Eni has acquired 124 exploration licences in Alaska’s eastern North Slope from Caelus Alaska Exploration Co.

29 August 2018
Global Markets

US reaches preliminary trade deal with Mexico

The United States announced on Monday that it had reached a preliminary trade agreement with Mexico

28 August 2018

US senators push FERC to speed up LNG export approvals

FERC needs to speed up the permitting process for pending LNG export projects, eight Republican US senators have said.

22 August 2018

Cheniere to charter two new LNG vessels from GasLog

Cheniere has agreed to charter two new LNG carriers from GasLog for a period of seven years each.

21 August 2018

Conrad Industries delivers first American LNG bunker barge

Conrad Industries has completed and delivered the first LNG bunker barge built in North America.

21 August 2018
Exploration & Production

Work starts on shale project link to Canadian pipeline network

Construction has started on a pipeline that will transport output from a Canadian shale gas project partly owned by Japan Petroleum Exploration

17 August 2018
Companies & Finance

Venture Global secures $160 mln for plant development

Venture Global LNG has raised $160 million through a private placement with large institutional investors.

17 August 2018
Exploration & Production

Carrizo to acquire Permian Basin assets from Devon Energy

Carrizo Oil & Gas plans to acquire 4,000 hectares in the Permian Basin in Texas from Oklahoma’s Devon Energy for $215 million.

16 August 2018

Cheniere asks FERC approval for next step at Corpus Christi

Cheniere has requested authorisation from the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to introduce gas into the first train of its Corpus Christi LNG plant

15 August 2018

Chinese tariffs will have no impact on Cheniere’s long-term contracts – CEO

China’s proposed 25% tariffs on LNG imports from the US will not affect Cheniere’s existing contracts, the company's CEO has said.

10 August 2018

Goldman Sachs in talks to buy Sabine Pass LNG cargo

Goldman Sachs is in talks with Cheniere to buy an LNG cargo from the Sabine Pass export facility.

9 August 2018

LNG Canada FID awaiting tariff ruling

The Shell-led LNG Canada venture is waiting for a court ruling on Canadian tariffs before making an FID

7 August 2018
Companies & Finance

Sempra Energy reports $561 mln loss

California-based Sempra Energy posted a $561 million loss in Q2.

6 August 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

TransCanada delays startup of two pipelines to Mexico

TransCanada will delay the launch of two gas pipelines designed to feed power plants in Mexico.

3 August 2018
Exploration & Production

Conoco sells Barnett shale play interest

ConocoPhillips has agreed to sell its interest in the Barnett shale play in Texas to Lime Rock Resources for approximately $230 million.

3 August 2018

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