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GDF-Suez, the European utility and LNG player, has rebranded itself and will now be known as ENGIE to reflect the "profound change" in the energy world.
Nordic liquefied natural gas operator Skangass said it was making progress in the construction of the storage tank for Finland's first LNG import terminal at the southern…
The first liquefied natural gas-fuelled ferry to be deployed in North American waters has arrived in the Canadian province of Quebec where it will operate on the Saint Lawrence…
Meridian LNG, controlled by Canadian equity fund West Face Capital Inc., and E.ON Global Commodities (EGC), the trading unit of the Germany-based utility, have entered into a…
Technip, the French energy engineering company, said it made more progress on Floating LNG projects for Royal Dutch Shell and Malaysia's Petronas and the engineering and procurement phases continued…
ExxonMobil Chief Executive Rex Tillerson has made his case for natural gas and US LNG exports at the annual IHS CERA Week energy conference in Houston.
President Barack Obama's major energy review of his second term has been published with recommendations, though liquefied natural gas is also mentioned in a section about integrating…
Australia Pacific LNG, the project run by US major ConocoPhillips, China's Sinopec and Australian energy firm Origin Energy, said it started the first of seven gas turbine…
Canadian energy companies, including the Canadian Gas Association, are praising federal government efforts to help the development of liquefied natural gas projects while across the border in…
Japanese liquefied natural gas imports rose in March for a fourth straight month, increasing by 1.2 percent as long-term contract prices indexed to oil dropped by almost…
Enagas, the Spanish natural gas pipeline transmission company and largest European LNG import terminal owner with five facilities, posted first-quarter profits in line with expectations as natural gas…
Australian contractor Leighton Holdings plans to consolidate in 2015 as liquefied natural gas projects in Australia are slowly replaced by other ventures in the Pacific region.
Alaska Governor Bill Walker vetoed legislation restricting the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. from actively working on any development venture other than the Alaska LNG project.
ExxonMobil, the largest international energy major in the liquefied natural gas business, said the United States was at risk of losing economic opportunity and the ability to…
Australian energy company Santos said it would still be spending A$900 million (US$703M) a year on the upstream of the Gladstone LNG export project in Queensland where…
GDF-Suez, the French utility and largest and longest-standing importer of liquefied natural gas from Algeria, announced a significant natural gas discovery in the North African country with partners including…
US regulators have drawn up a review schedule for the environmental permit process for the Oregon LNG export-import facility planned for the banks of the Columbia River near the town…
Australian energy and LNG engineering company WorleyParsons has had to issue a statement to the stock exchange as its shares soared on takeover speculation.
Australian energy company Santos said its Gladstone LNG project in Queensland would come on stream around September 2015 instead of its more vague estimate of the second half…
Emergency and incident response guidelines for the use of liquefied natural gas in European ports and inland waterways have been drawn up and are being distributed by…
Energy World Corp., the Australian-listed liquefied natural gas development company from Hong Kong, has made substantial progress on its Sengkang liquefaction plant in Indonesia and on the…
The US Army Corps of Engineers has caused its first major recent hold-up in an energy project by protesting aspects of the regulatory process being followed for…
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