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The small-scale Kenai US LNG export plant in Alaska, now owned solely by ConocoPhillips, is considering whether to renew its export licence that expires on March 31…
Golar LNG, the carrier fleet owner and floating storage and regasification unit provider, said it was hopeful of a Jordanian FSRU contract and there was a more…
Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. is taking a 10 percent stake in the Pacific Northwest LNG project being developed in Canada by Petronas of Malaysia to liquefy and…
The Fukui region of western Japan, the location of the only two operating nuclear reactors out of 54 because of the Fukushima disaster two years ago, has…
Hoegh LNG, the Norwegian provider of floating LNG infrastructure services, said executives attended a keel-laying ceremony for a newbuild vessel at Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea.
Trafigura, the global energy and commodities trading company, has signed an agreement through an affiliated venture with Angolan state energy company Sonangol to market the southwest African…
Charles Durr, the veteran LNG engineer who has worked on liquefaction projects from Algeria to Australia, has done what most would do after 40 years with KBR…
CB&I, the leading US LNG and energy engineering company, said new contracts awards  in 2012 soared to $7.3 billion, including two noteworthy liquefaction contracts in the US…
Gasol, the London-based West African energy development company, has an agreement through an afilliated company that may lead to Ghana being lined up as the region's latest prospective…
InterOil Corp. said its board would meet in March to evaluate bids and select a partner for its stalled Gulf LNG project in Papua New Guinea, satisfying…
The only US LNG export project so far involving an Australian company, the Magnolia project in Louisiana, received an export authorisation from the Department of Energy.
Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corp. agreed to continue their pipeline natural gas supply discussions through 2013 as the Russian gas giant said there could be a…
GasLog the growing Monaco-based LNG carrier fleet operator, reported revenue for last year of  just over $68 million, as it grows its vessel roster to 24 carriers…
ExxonMobil Corp. has appointed Briton R.S. (Rob) Franklin, born in Lancashire and educated in Yorkshire, as President of its Gas & Power Marketing Co., holder of the…
Awilco LNG, the Norway based carrier fleet with three vessels in operation and two on order, said fundamentals in the shipping market remained firm as it recorded…
Royal Dutch Shell agreed to buy the LNG assets of Spanish energy company Repsol in a transaction valued at $6.7 billion to expand its global liquefaction portfolio…
The International Energy Agency launched a report on February 26 to demonstrate how the Asia-Pacific region's LNG and natural gas market can evolve by setting up a…
The Sabine Pass liquefaction plant in Louisiana will eventually generate cash flow of more than $2.5 billion per annum when it becomes the first new-wave US LNG…
Gazprom Marketing and Trading and Levant LNG Marketing Corp. signed a firm agreement outlining the main terms giving the Russian gas giant offtake from the Tamar Floating…
The pipeline portion of the Canadian Kitimat LNG export venture involving US energy companies Chevron Corp. and Apache Corp. signed a deal with 15 native North American…
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, the Japanese builder of LNG carriers and other vessels, plans to become a specialist builder of LNG-fuelled ships from 2015 and could construct more…
Italian energy company Eni made a new natural gas discovery within the Mamba Complex in its Area 4 licence offshore Mozambique, confirming 75 trillion cubic feet of…
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