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StatoilHydro, the Norwegian operator of the Snøhvit LNG plant, said the facility at Hammerfest would only be starting production runs by mid-January because of technical problems and…
US imports of LNG are estimated to have reached about 781 billion cubic feet in 2007, a 34 percent increase over the previous year, the US Energy…
KBR, the US LNG engineering and construction company, said the international joint venture working on developing Nigeria LNG’s Train 6 has completed the project at the West…
Woodside Petroleum said it was working closely with customers to revise LNG cargo delivery schedules from its North West Shelf Venture after a shutdown at its Karratha…
SNC-Lavalin, the Canadian LNG engineering firm, was chosen by Poland’s main natural gas distributer for front-end engineering and design work for the nation’s first LNG import terminal…
The state of Alaska announced a deal with LNG producers ConocoPhillips and Marathon Oil that will extend by two years their export licence for the US’s only LNG production plant…
Woodside Energy, the operator of the Northwest Shelf LNG plant in Western Australia, said it restarted gas output at the four-Train facility after a two-day shutdown caused…
Enagas, the main Spanish natural gas network operator, said it awarded Fluor Corp. of the US the contract to develop the nation’s seventh LNG terminal at El…
Golar LNG said it signed a final agreement for the sale of the “Golar Frost” LNG carrier for $231 million and the vessel will later be converted…
Gulf United Energy of the US said it agreed to participate in the development of a new LNG import terminal on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
Foster Wheeler, the LNG engineering company, confirmed that a joint venture it’s part of  was awarded the engineering, procurement, and construction management contract by Australia’s Woodside for…
Woodside Energy, the operator of the Northwest Shelf LNG plant in Western Australia that exports worldwide, said it was forced to shutdown production today because of a…
Gaz de France said it reached an agreement with Algerian energy company Sonatrach to extend its supply contract for LNG to 2019 and under current market prices…
ExxonMobil Corp. said it planned to seek regulatory approval for its BlueOcean Energy project, a floating LNG receiving terminal planned for off the east coast of the…
Three companies in the Netherland have signed an agreement to further develop plans for an LNG import terminal at the Dutch port of Eemshaven.
Sakhalin Energy said its LNG plant construction in the Russian Far East was behind schedule and exports to US, Japanese and South Korean customers would be delayed…
Qatar Petroleum and BP said they signed of a memorandum of understanding to develop and fund a world-class LNG safety research programme in Qatar, the world’s largest LNG…
The start-up of development of the $30-billion Shtokman gas field in the Barents Sea, including LNG infrastructure, is scheduled for the second quarter of 2008, according to…
KLNG, a UK subsidiary of the K-Line group of Japan, said it took delivery of a new LNG carrier, the “Celestine River” constructed at Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corporation’s Sakaide…
Chevron Corp., one of the world’s leading LNG companies, said the Angolan LNG project investors have agreed to move the project forward to the construction phase.
Pertamina, Indonesia’s state energy company, has reportedly decided to reduce its LNG supplies to Japan from the current 12 million tonnes per annum to 3 MTPA or…
Technip, the French LNG contractor, said it appointed John Harrison as general counsel for all group legal, corporate and compliance matters.