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Gasum, the natural gas network owner in Finland and an LNG distributor and regasification terminal operator through its subsidiary Skangas, has sold its technical unit to the…
Woodside Petroleum, the operator of the North West Shelf and Pluto liquefied natural gas plants in Western Australia and a stakeholder in the state’s newest Wheatstone facility,…
The liquefied natural gas shipping sector has seen its largest number of orders since 2014 as traditional and new entrants sign contracts with South Korean, Japanese and…
Woodside Petroleum, the operator of the North West Shelf and Pluto LNG export plants in Western Australia, has awarded four contracts for front-end engineering and design activities…
LNG Canada, the Royal Dutch Shell-led export joint venture in British Columbia, said Shell was pressing ahead while recognizing that it was likely not possible to get…
Sea-LNG, a global coalition of energy and shipping companies backing the increased use of liquefied natural gas as a maritime fuel, said it had appointed representatives of…
Westport Fuel Systems Inc., the Canadian-based supplier of LNG and compressed natural gas vehicle engine and storage technology and components, has named David M. Johnson as its…
South Korean LNG imports rose to a record 44 million tonnes as shipments increased from traditional Middle East supplier Qatar and from new projects in Australia and…
Ophir Energy, the UK company that lost its Equatorial Guinea licence in West Africa and the potential Fortuna floating liquefied natural gas project, is still holding out…
Japanese spot LNG delivered cargo prices were at an average of $10.60 per million British thermal units in December, a rise of $2.50 per MMBtu compared with…
The liquefied natural gas hub and terminal project planned by Greek company Gastrade for the port of Alexandroupolis to serve the Balkans has revised its invitation for…
BP of the UK and Italian energy company Eni signed a heads of agreement with the Ministry of Oil and Gas of the Sultanate of Oman to…
The United Arab Emirates, the LNG producer that is expanding its natural gas and oil exploration in Abu Dhabi, has signed two concession agreements with Italian energy…
Australian liquefied natural gas shipments were steady in December at 6.6 million tonnes and amounted to a total of 98 cargoes from the nation’s nine liquefaction plants…
National Grid of the UK said its Isle of Grain import terminal on the Medway River southeast of London sent out more regasified LNG last month than…
Gibraltar said its new gas-fired power station project had handled its first operation with a small-scale LNG carrier delivery as part of safety trials in the run-up…
A second large-scale LNG import project has been proposed for the Philippines with the Chinese major, China National Offshore Oil Corp., named as one of the partners…
The importance of liquefied natural gas infrastructure to energy security in natural disaster-prone regions such as Southeast Asia was proven in Thailand early in 2019 when the…
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding of Japan said it held a naming ceremony for the fourth vessel in a series of five being constructed to ship LNG cargoes from the…
Gassco, the Norwegian natural gas pipeline operator and one of the main competitors to LNG, transported 114.2 billion cubic metres of gas during 2018 from the Norwegian…
Singapore LNG cargo indices continued to fall from winter peaks and were quoted at an average below US$8.500 for all North Asian destinations and were even lower…
Jera Trading (Jerat), the joint trading venture between Japanese LNG and fuel procurement and utility company Jera Co. Inc. and French firm EDF Trading established in April…