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Slowing natural gas demand growth has led to concerns that China will struggle to absorb contracted LNG volumes which are set to double over the next three years, according…
Woodside Petroleum Chief Executive Peter Coleman said the Australian LNG operator would work well with new partner ChevronCorp. in the Canadian Kitimat and Australian Wheatstone LNG ventures.
The Greek-owned fleet operating company Dynagas LNG Partners said it was voluntarily transferring the listing of its common shares to the New York Stock Exchange from the Nasdaq global…
Japanese LNG imports declined in November by 4.7 percent and the average price paid for cargoes was $805 a tonne even as dollar-based, long-term contract prices linked to oil were falling to…
The Oregon LNG project, one of two in the northwest US state, has received an updated review from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of its proposed import-export…
GDF-Suez, the French utility and global power player, said its LNG activities, through its Chilean subsidiary helped it win a recent energy auction in the South American…
Russian shipping company Sovcomflot has held a naming ceremony for the LNG carrier "SCF Melampus", the third vessel of a series to be built under a partnership…
The Petronas-led Pacific NorthWest LNG project in the Canadian province of British Columbia, while declining to make a final investment decision for now, has signed an agreement…
The US Coast Guard and US Maritime Administration have issued a draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Port Ambrose LNG import facility offshore Long Island and…
North Sea Brent crude oil at $60 a barrel or lower means oil-linked LNG supplies are heading almost below contracts priced at the US benchmark Henry Hub when…
Apache Corp. has agreed to sell its interests in two LNG projects, the Wheatstone venture in Western Australia and the planned Kitimat plant in Canada, along with…

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LNG seen as bright spot in serious energy challenge confronting Africa

The sub-Saharan region of Africa accounted for almost 30 percent of global oil and gas discoveries made over the last five years and LNG exports onto the global market are expected to triple by 2040 to around 95 billion cubic metres, or over 70 million tonnes of LNG, the International Energy Agency said in its Africa Energy Outlook.


Rolls-Royce offers LNG package for marinization in form of Trent 60 aero-derivative gas turbine

Rolls-Royce has a long history of providing power to the offshore Oil & Gas Industry with the RB211 and Avon industrial gas turbine products.


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


LNG and natural gas advance to become the transport fuel of choice for several industries

Energy majors are already developing the LNG fuel market in US and elsewhere


Japan’s Chiyoda outlines advanced computer engineering applications for LNG plant design

Demand for LNG is strongly supported by not only emerging economies but also by countries all over the world considering an eco-friendly energy source.


France’s GTT focuses on revival of interest in membrane full-integrity storage tanks on land

Recent worldwide growth in natural gas consumption has led to a significant change in LNG supply and storage requirements. To meet the new demand, a broad range of innovative solutions, including small and mid-scale developments to meet regional requirements, and large LNG Hubs are under consideration.