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Invensys Process Systems, a unit of the London-based company which uses computer-based solutions for the automation and regulation of plant operations, said it was selected to implement…
Qatar Petroleum and Marubeni Corp. of Japan have signed a heads of agreement for the sale of approximately one million tonnes per annum of LNG from the…
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger voiced his support for LNG in the state, a day after a state commission voted to deny Australia’s BHP Billiton permission for a…
In the first-ever European class settlement of securities fraud claims, a group of more than four dozen European institutional investors has agreed to resolve all claims against…
A county in the state of Oregon plans to bring in independent consultants to carry out a public safety assessment of the proposed Bradwood Landing LNG import…
ExxonMobil Corp and Australian and Japanese partners said they would begin a study into the potential for an LNG production plant from three natural gas fields in…
BG Group, one of the world’s leading LNG companies, announced that its annual BG Energy Challenge will take place in Stirling, Scotland, from July 5 to 8…
The world’s first exchange-traded spot contract for LNG could be launched in 2008 by the International Mercantile Exchange (Imex), a refined products trading platform which is being…
BHP Billiton’s plans for an LNG import facility anchored off the coast of California has been rejected by the State Lands Commission for environmental reasons and after…
Zeebrugge LNG reception terminal held a celebration to welcome the first ship to dock under the long-term contracts signed with Qatar. 
Shell said it was dropping plans to build an LNG terminal in the Gulf of Mexico that had raised environmental protests from fishermen and some government officials.
The Angola LNG project announced the start of dredging of a navigation channel and the hydraulic levelling of 100 hectares for the new plant.
Wednesday, 28 March 2007
Korea Gas Corp. (Kogas), the world's leading LNG buyer, said it signed a deal to buy 2.1 million tonnes per annum of LNG from Qatar between 2007 and 2026. 
Foster Wheeler, the LNG engineering company, has had its credit rating raised by   Standard & Poor's, the US credit rating agency.
Yemen LNG, owned by France's Total, Hunt Oil of the US and the government, remained on target to start production by the end of 2008 despte damage…
Suez Energy North America said its Neptune LNG subsidiary received a licence from the US Maritime Administration to build an offshore LNG terminal in Massachusetts Bay, located…
Wärtsilä Corp. the Finland-based marine engine maker which makes dual-fuel engines to power LNG carriers, has inaugurated the first phase of a new reconditioning workshop in Shanghai,…
RasGas LNG Train 5 is undergoing its inauguaration with 4.7 million tonnes per annum production capacity,bringing Qatar's total capacity to about 30.7 MTPA, making it the world’s…
Hamworthy, the UK designer and manufacturer of marine and offshore fluid handling systems, said it won orders to supply eight LNG-RS systems with a value of more…
Quoddy Bay LNG reaffirmed that it will continue to move forward with the development of an LNG import and regasification facility in Washington County, Maine. 
Aibel of Norway said it signed a deal with Statoil amending its original maintenance and modification contract for the completion work at the Hammerfest LNG plant.
Woodside Petroleum, the Australian LNG producer, said the North West Shelf Venture  companies and Tohoku Electric of Japan have signed a heads of agreement for the ongoing supply…