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The Australian state of Queensland, host to five coal-seam-gas-to-LNG projects, has opened a first competitive cash bidding process for two CSG exploration and production leases in a…
The Canadian government has blocked a $5 billion bid by Petronas to acquire Progress Energy Resources as part of the Malaysian company's plan to develop an LNG…
The takeover by PetroChina of the coal-seam gas assets of Molopo Energy Ltd. for the planned Fisherman's Landing LNG project, a fifth CSG-to-LNG venture planned for the…
JX Nippon Oil and Energy Corp. is reportedly buying LNG cargoes directly from Nigeria for Japanese consumption ahead of the start of deliveries in 2015 from Royal…
Royal Dutch Shell held a ceremony for the cutting of first steel for what it called its game-changing Prelude Floating LNG facility hull being constructed at the…
Australian LNG project stakeholder Santos said 40 coal-seam gas wells were drilled in Queensland in the last quarter for the Gladstone CSG-to-LNG project and the Papua New…
Woodside Petroleum, the Australian energy company, posted LNG cargo sales revenue of almost US$1 billion in the third-quarter as its new Pluto project operated near full capacity.
ExxonMobil, the US major with LNG production stakes in Qatar and the Asia-Pacific, has agreed to acquire Celtic Exploration of Canada and its substantial shale-gas assets in…
Hoegh LNG, the carrier fleet owner and provider of floating regasification units to handle imports, has signed a revised FSRU agreement with Indonesian state natural gas company…
The board of Russian energy giant Gazprom has met to discuss long-term strategy and measures to increase its LNG production and supplies amid reports in Moscow it…
Tokyo Gas, the world's third-largest corporate importer of LNG, sold the equivalent of 5.2 million tonnes of regasified LNG in the first half of the fiscal year…
A joint project involving 10 marine and energy industry bodies has been launched to assess requirements for the adoption of LNG bunkering in Australian waters.
Wartsila Moss won a contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering to supply inert gas generator units to the floating production, storage and offloading platform under construction…
The price of LNG and the wide differentials between prices in East Asia and elsewhere is the one issue that splits the industry. The largest and historic…
Japan and India plan to cooperate on ensuring a stable and low-cost supply of LNG and have set up a joint commission to study the pricing of…
The BG Group-led Queensland Curtis LNG project in Australia has reached a crucial point in its development with key liquefaction equipment arriving, jetty work taking place, storage…
A leading UK-based maritime risk consultancy, with close links to and knowledge of the LNG industry, and its global fleet of more than 370 vessels, said the…
Chubu Electric Power, the third-largest Japanese LNG buyer, signed two separate contracts to purchase 1 million tonnes per annum for four years from Qatargas, the world's largest…
Delivering Central Asian natural gas volumes to China is not without challenges and the absence of an expansion of pipeline deliveries will mean additional LNG demand by…
The 2012 Gastech conference in London was completing four days of discussions that focused on an LNG industry facing surging demand from Asian nations, the build-up of production…
Golar LNG, the carrier operator owned by Norwegian shipping tycoon John Fredriksen, has signed an option to provide vessels for one of the first Canadian LNG liquefaction…
The largest European port, Rotterdam, and the biggest port in Scandinavia, Gothenburg, have entered a new alliance to speed up the establishment of LNG as a maritime…
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