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BP has agreed to sell interests in four oilfields it operates on the North Slope of Alaska to concentrate on the LNG project the UK major is developing in…
FMC Technologies Inc., the LNG and energy project subsea equipment provider, posted first-quarter revenue of $1.8 billion, up 11 percent from the same three months a year ago and…
Qatar Gas Transport Co., the LNG producing nation's shipping company known as Nakilat, said its joint venture with Angelicoussis Shipping Group completed the financing for three new…
Gasol, the London-listed energy company, said it had joined two other firms to push ahead with an LNG import and regasification project for Ghana in West Africa.
Hoegh LNG, the Norwegian LNG carrier owner and terminal developer, has taken delivery of a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit that will be an import and regas…
Japanese LNG imports in March rose 3.9 percent with the biggest percentage increase from Russia, following slight declines in the first two months of the year and even as…
The Canadian National Energy Board approved an application for a 25-year export licence for the Triton LNG project involving Calgary-based Canadian energy company AltaGas and Idemitsu Kosan…
The Alaskan state legislature has approved a plan to join a huge LNG export project partnership with North Slope natural gas producers ExxonMobil, BP and ConocoPhillips, as well…
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…

issue march 2014

 

 

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.