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Murphy Oil Corp., the US exploration and production company, is selling 30 percent of its oil and gas assets in Malaysia, including potential stakes in Floating LNG…
The Quebec government is taking a stake in the LNG marketing unit of the French-speaking Canadian province's leading energy provider, Gaz Metro, to increase the use of…
Statoil and Royal Dutch Shell were awarded the Timissit licence in the Illizi-Ghadames Shale Basin onshore Algeria that the companies believe may become an "increasingly important component"…
Skangass, the Norwegian LNG and natural gas company, has decided to build Finland's first LNG import terminal at the port of Pori in the west of the country to be…
The Government of Gibraltar has signed a memorandum of understanding with Royal Dutch Shell that could lead to the Rock becoming the world's smallest LNG importer.
Dominion, the energy and pipeline company developing the Cove Point LNG export project in the state of Maryland, said the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission had finally given approval…
GasLog Ltd, the Monaco-based LNG carrier owner and operator listed on the New York Stock Exchange, has completed the transfer of ownership of two carriers to affiliate…
Mitsui & Co., the second-largest Japanese trading house, said it signed time charters for five out of eight new LNG carriers currantly on order to ship US cargoes from…
ConocoPhillips Chief Executive Ryan Lance has said Alaska will be a continued focus for the US major’s LNG activities as the 45-year-old Kenai plant has restarted and…
The increasing use of LNG as a fuel was given another boost with the commissioning of a new type of inland navigation vessel, the "Sirocco", owned by…
LNG as a fuel will capture a significant market share in the transport sector by 2035 where demand for marine re-fuelling may reach as much as 77 million…
The Woodfibre LNG project in the Canadian province of British Columbia, and owned by Singapore-based Pacific Oil & Gas Group, has signed a preliminary agreement with Chinese…
Australian energy company Santos said its Gladstone coal-seam-gas-to-LNG project in Queensland received the final two modules for the liquefaction plant's processing units on Curtis Island, near the…

issue september 2014

 

 

Challenges and opportunities define the Floating LNG project sector

Floating LNG has been touted as a relatively cheap alternative to conventional LNG, allowing the monetisation of offshore gas assets more readily than would otherwise be the case.


Hoegh LNG strategy takes shape in growing list of projects from Indonesia to North America

Hoegh LNG, the Norwegian fleet owner and operator, is widening its reach in the LNG market as a leading provider of floating LNG infrastructure services.


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


LNG carriers are important and more so how you deploy them in a growing global business

BG Group has built an industry-leading, low cost, flexible LNG portfolio of supply and market access.


Dutch body work towards more reliable means of measuring LNG loads in transport fuel expansion

The availability of reliable, accurate and commonly agreed measurement methods are a stimulating factor for the trade of goods in general. In the case of LNG the trading volumes are ever increasing, the market is getting more dynamic and heterogeneous and the measurement uncertainty is growing.


UK company outlines details of world's first facility to produce reference liquids for LNG

Traditionally the heating value of LNG is determined by sampling a stream, vapourising the LNG without introducing fractionation or enrichment, measuring the resulting composition by gas chromatography and collecting a retained sample from the same stream as a backup.