March 2017
LNG journal March 2017 LEAD STORY

Australian operational focus leads to successful GLNG performance

GLNG is a joint venture between Santos of Australia, PETRONAS of Malaysia, Total of France and KOGAS of South Korea. The joint venture extracts gas from coal seams in the Surat and Bowen basins of Queensland which is transported by high pressure pipeline to Curtis Island, off the coast from Gladstone, for conversion to LNG.

 

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As import facilities expand LNG will increasingly be used to fill energy gaps

A round-up of latest events, company and industry news

American Bureau of Shipping explains LNG fuel progress and guidance gained from early movers

Development and industrialization of new versions of LNG carrier membrane containment systems

Malaysian LNG carriers manage to maintain their edge for profitability in challenging market

Corban Energy of US explains LNG link to operations for coal-fired power in West Virginia

Equipment made to withstand harsh environments remains key to operating and isolation philosophies

 

February 2017
LNG journal February 2017 LEAD STORY

BP outlook points to strong global LNG market growth in volumes and trading

Global liquefied natural gas supplies are forecast to grow strongly over the next few years, led by projects coming on stream in Australia and the US, with trading in the sector expanding seven times faster than pipeline gas trade.

 

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Australian LNG exports set to start final surge with Ichthys and Wheatstone plants

A round-up of latest events, company and industry news

Chile relates experience in entering LNG import market with GNL Quintero terminal

Cove Point in Maryland is transformed into main exporting plant in US Atlantic basin

Views and policies of leading global players in the LNG industry as seen from Japan

 

January 2017
LNG journal January 2017 LEAD STORY

IEA says inter-regional gas and LNG trade to grow 45 percent in 10 years

Inter-regional natural gas and LNG trade is set to grow by 45 percent over the next 10 years and by 70 percent through 2040 as overcapacity is gradually absorbed, new players enter the stage, incumbents are challenged and the market rebalances.

 

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‘Dead Cow’ shale-gas play will cut future Argentine LNG demand and boost nation

A round-up of latest events, company and industry news

Approaches for testing structural integrity during cryogenic spillage on FLNG hulls

Denmark-based company Kosan Crisplant aims to turn gas expertise into profits in LNG fuel sector

How modularized building methods were refined in Australian LNG production and export plants