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Frontrunner for US LNG exports, Cheniere Energy, considers delivering cargoes to Central and Eastern Europe through a floating LNG import terminal in Croatia.
Petronet, India's largest LNG importer, has negotiated with Qatar's RasGas to defer deliveries of at least 20 cargoes as it wants a rate reduction to match the…
Hit by plunging gas demand for power generation, a $400 million floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), built by Hoegh, has been sitting idle off the coast…
Prudhoe Bay field owners BP and ExxonMobil have filed to the Alaska regulator for approval to boost the volume of natural gas that can be produced from…
Australia Pacific LNG has started loading refrigerants to its Curtis Island facility, located near Gladstone, Queensland, as it is getting close to commissioning the 9 mtpa facility.
Eying a construction start in Q1 2016, Excelerate Energy is forging ahead with its Aguirre Offshore GasPort Project in Puerto Rico after FERC has just granted approval…
NorthWest LNG, Petronas' much-contested $36 billion LNG export terminal in British Columbia, is expected to commence this September. "Construction will begin soon... this fall," said B.C. finance…
Analysis by Eclipse Energy suggests that European gas prices are likely to fall in the 2016-20 period to a level where U.S. LNG developers no longer can…
John Hickenlooper, the governor of Colorado, has written a letter of support for the Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline in a bid to…
Lee Seung-hoon, the newly appointed KOGAS president, is spearheading a move to reorganize the company's corporate structure in a bit to boost efficiency of overseas gas exploration,…
The Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2015, a bipartisan bill put forward by Alaska's Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski with the help of Washington's Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell,…

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July / August 2015

Oregon and northwest await LNG project advances amid 10-year market forecast

Liquefied natural gas projects in the northwest US state of Oregon have been delayed so far as far as progress is concerned by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission even as feed-gas available to such ventures continues to grow.in other countries outside the US.


International Gas Union updated annual review shows import and re-export growth

As of 2015 a total of 10 countries had entered the liquefied natural gas re-export market, with Singapore and India joining the ranks.


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Australia expects LNG delivered cargo prices for Japan in be in bracket over next 18 months

Prices for Australian and other liquefied natural gas oil-linked, contracted cargoes delivered to Japan are expected to remain relatively weak over the next 18 months, likely hovering around US$10-12 a gigajoule (US$9.5-11.5 per MMBtu) and most of the price risk will be to the downside, said the Government’s Resources and Energy Quarterly report.


Small-scale LNG business seeking global reach from initial Scandinavia and Chinese success

Small-scale LNG is a concept that is developing quickly in the industry. Since Algeria had the first liquefaction Trains built in 1964 with 0.4 million tonnes per annum of output, the sizes rose over time to reach the latest Qatar Train capacity of 7.8 MTPA of production.


Canada’s Ottawa Government gives outline of jurisdiction for LNG plants on federal land

The Canadian government said it expected four large liquefied natural gas export plants to be constructed around the port of Prince Rupert in British Columbia.