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US pipeline and terminal operator Kinder Morgan has received the go-ahead for its Elba Island liquefied natural gas export plant at an existing import terminal near Savannah…
US developer Venture Global LNG said it signed a sales and purchase agreement with Shell North America for one million tonnes per annum of LNG from its …
The Bear Head liquefied natural gas export project in the Canadian Atlantic coast province of Nova Scotia has become the most permitted LNG venture in the western…
Natural Gas Fuels, a bellwether US company with operations in all segments of the natural gas industry, including shale-gas that will underpin LNG exports, pipeline and storage…
BG Group issued its final earnings before the company and its 250 liquefied natural gas cargo deliveries per annum are folded into Royal Dutch Shell after completion…
Chinese imports of liquefied natural gas declined by just over 1 percent year-on-year, the first fall in Chinese shipments since they first began at the Dapeng facility…
Royal Dutch Shell has postponed the final investment decision on the LNG Canada project in British Columbia because of the revised economics of the venture after the…
Norwegian energy company Statoil, operator of Europe's largest LNG production plant at Hammerfest, said most of its future energy projects already have a break-even oil price below $50 per…
Lower oil prices and their impact on the global liquefied natural gas industry and on investment and schedules for future projects will be discussed at the main…
Western Europe's leading classification society DNV GL and the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping signed a cooperation agreement in St. Petersburg covering the Polar Code, including the…
Gas Authority of India (GAIL), the transmission company and LNG importer, has won a supreme court ruling in New Delhi to resume pipeline construction to revive the…

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January 2016

LNG is increasing more rapidly than pipeline gas amid project cost concern

Global natural gas trade is expanding and LNG is increasing more rapidly than pipeline gas and there will be ample supply of cargoes over the medium term, the International Energy Agency said in its annual outlook.


Strait of Malacca LNG trade route to keep top position in face of wider Panama rival

Asian nations believe there is no straightforward alternative to the Strait of Malacca as a liquefied natural gas and oil trade route for LNG carriers and other tankers.


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


Queensland reviews CSG-to-LNG impacts in the birth of a new resource industry

Coal-seam gas development expanded relatively rapidly in Queensland, with proven and probable reserves increasing more than tenfold over the last decade, enabling the construction of three CSG-to-liquefied natural gas plants.


Flexible NGL recovery and LNG liquefaction processes for unconventional natural gas

The rapid pace of unconventional gas development in North America continues to transform the North American and global energy landscape.


Use of LNG as a bunker fuel is growing sector and will reward early movers

Independent industry forecasts indicate that the use of LNG as a bunker fuel offers opportunities for early movers to secure a market-leading position ashore and afloat as global LNG fuelling becomes a mainstream option.