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Australian energy company Santos says the Papua Guinea LNG project jetty, LNG tanks and liquefaction plant are ready for start-up and the low-pressure flare has been lit…
Woodside Petroleum, the operator of two Australian LNG plants, said sales revenue for the quarter rose about 16 percent to US$1.6 billion due to additional volumes sold…
Delek Group and its partners in the East Mediterranean Leviathan natural gas field, which will be the focus of LNG and other projects, have submitted a tender…
Lockheed Martin, the maker of the external tanks for the US space shuttle, said its first LNG storage tank has moved from the assembly line to the…
France's Technip and Heerema Marine Contractors of the Netherlands were awarded a lump-sum contract worth $3.5 billion by Total for the subsea engineering, procurement, construction and installation…
China's small-scale LNG production capacity has witnessed spectacular growth in recent years and now amounts to around 17 million tonnes per annum of output by the end…
British Columbia, the Canadian province developing multiple LNG projects, has signed what it called an historic agreement with China to deepen their trade and investment, including LNG…
GDF-Suez announced the re-export of an LNG cargo at the Montoir–de-Bretagne import terminal on the Atlantic coast of France that had originated at the Statoil-operated Hammerfest export…
ConocoPhillips will restart its mothballed small-scale LNG plant near Kenai in Alaska for exports to Japan from next month for a period of up to two years.
A prominent US congressman and member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee has urged maximum LNG exports and natural gas production to take advantage of the…

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South Korea's LNG import costs may be managed in contracts and market

South Korea is one of the world’s largest energy consumers. It is also highly dependent on external supplies of energy sources, with more than 95 percent of its energy requirements imported.


Sino-Russian gas price agreement and implications for China’s LNG expansion

Sino-Russian energy cooperation during the last two decades has witnessed many ups and downs.


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


US Congress says LNG exports will provide more prosperity and strengthen energy security of allies

The rapid growth in American natural gas production offers a variety of opportunities, including the chance for America to become a natural gas exporting nation.


Black & Veatch explains liquefaction technology trends to help build-out of US and global LNG

Recent global shifts in supply and demand-side economics as well as governmental energy policies focused on reduction in greenhouse gas emissions have resulted in an increased focus on using natural gas as an energy source throughout the world.


Arctic LNG plant design has Air Products using the cold climate advantages in liquefaction process

As the LNG industry continues to grow, liquefaction plants are being considered in a wider range of climates, including Arctic environments.