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Taiwan’s CPC signs HOA for 2 mtpa of LNG from Cheniere

Taiwan’s CPC signed a heads of agreement with Cheniere on 20 June to buy 2 mtpa of LNG for 25 years.

3 July 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Africa-Europe pipeline flows edge down by 1.8%

Exports of pipeline gas from Africa to Europe fell to 667.7 MMcm in Week 26, with declines on the Maghreb and GreenStream routes.

3 July 2018
LNG

Driftwood LNG plant FID expected in Q1 2019

United States-based Tellurian expects to take an FID on its proposed Driftwood LNG plant in Louisiana in Q1 2019

29 June 2018
LNG

Woodside to decide soon whether to continue with Port Arthur LNG

Woodside Petroleum will make a decision soon on whether to continue investing in Sempra Energy’s Port Arthur LNG plant in the United States

28 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Developers sign letter of intent to build Permian Highway

Kinder Morgan, EagleClaw Midstream Ventures and Apache have signed a letter of intent to develop the proposed Permian Highway Pipeline in the United States

27 June 2018
LNG

Trafigura signs up for Freeport LNG

Freeport LNG has entered into a three-year sales-and-purchase agreement with Singapore’s Trafigura for 500,000 tpa that will start in July 2020

27 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

AGDC receives approval for Alaskan pipeline project

Alaska Gasline Development Corp. has received environmental approval for one of two pipeline projects it is considering building

25 June 2018
Policy & Regulation

Cheniere’s Midship pipeline will have little impact on environment – FERC

Cheniere’s proposed Midship pipeline will have no significant impact on the environment, the FERC has said

22 June 2018
Supply & Demand

US gas production to rise 10% this year

The United States will boost its gas production by more than 83 billion cubic metres this year, a rise of more than 10%

21 June 2018
Gas for Transport

UPS investing $130 mln in CNG fleet and refuelling

UPS plans to spend $130 million to add more than 700 CNG vehicles to its fleet and build five new CNG fuelling stations in the United States

21 June 2018
Global Markets

Chinese tariffs on US energy imports would hit sales, analysts warn

China’s proposed tariffs on imports of oil and gas from the United States would damage hydrocarbon trading in between the two, analysts have said.

21 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

TransCanada awards contracts to build GasLink Pipeline

TransCanada has awarded contracts to build the 670 km-long Coastal GasLink Pipeline

21 June 2018
LNG

Cheniere subsidiary agrees charter for GasLog LNG carrier

A wholly owned subsidiary of Cheniere Energy has entered into a new multi-year time charter for the GasLog Sydney LNG carrier

20 June 2018
LNG

LNG Ltd extends EPC contract for Magnolia plant

Australia’s LNG Ltd has extended the binding EPC contract covering its proposed Magnolia LNG plant in the United States until the end of this year

19 June 2018
LNG

Asia secures majority of US LNG exports this year

LNG cargoes from the US are being delivered mainly to Asia, drawn by strong demand and high prices.

18 June 2018
The joint bid by the NAFTA countries to host the 2026 World Cup LNG

US gas industry faces NAFTA crunch

NAFTA is wobbling, causing jitters in the US gas industry. The sector’s best hope may be to play on Donald Trump’s infamous love of a trade surplus.

15 June 2018
LNG

Cheniere requests permission to load Corpus Christi gas

Cheniere has requested authorisation from FERC to introduce gas into the first train of its Corpus Christi LNG export plant

14 June 2018
Supply & Demand

US is now net gas exporter – EIA

The United States exported an average of 271.9 MMcm/d of gas in Q1 2018, according to the Energy Information Administration

8 June 2018
LNG

Cove Point LNG to close for maintenance in autumn

Dominion Energy’s Cove Point LNG plant will shut down this autumn for maintenance.

7 June 2018
The turbine for Net Power’s demonstration gas-fired power plant Pipelines, Storage & Power

Allam cycle power plant could make CCS economic

A new type of gas-fired power plant is preparing to start up in Texas that could make carbon capture and storage more economic.

7 June 2018

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