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Woodside Petroleum, the Australian LNG producer, said it awarded front-end engineering and design (FEED) dual contracts for two new liquefaction Trains at its Pluto LNG project in…
Gaz de Normandie said it formally lodged its application for permission to operate the planned Antifer LNG terminal near the northern French port of Le Havre by…
A medium-term glut of natural gas is developing and will reach 200 billion cubic metres by 2015, leading to unutilized LNG liquefaction and pipeline capacity, the International Energy Agency…
Polski LNG, the state-owned Polish company planning an import terminal on the Baltic coast, has drawn up a short-list of three consortia, two led by Italian companies…
The $4.5-billion Yemen LNG project has shipped its first cargo on board the 145,000 cubic metres capacity “Hyundai Escopia” to a South Korean terminal owned by Korea…
Statoil said production resumed on November 7 at the Snøhvit LNG plant at Hammerfest in northern Norway after three months of planned maintenance and an upgrade at…
Cheniere Energy, owner of the Sabine Pass LNG terminal and with two other US facilities planned and a stake in a fourth, reported a significant reduction in…
China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec) said it signed a heads of agreement for the long-term supply of 2 million tonnes per annum of LNG from the…
Woodside Petroleum, the Australian LNG developer, is selling US$700 million of corporate bonds into the US market to help repay short-term debt and finance the progress of…
Marathon Oil, operator of the Equatorial Guinea LNG project, said its integrated gas division suffered a “dramatic” drop in third-quarter earnings because of an LNG contract with…
Elengy, the LNG operating arm of France’s GDF-Suez, is conducting the cool-down of its new Fos Cavaou LNG import terminal near Marseilles and is also offering regasification capacity…
StatoilHydro, operator of the Snøhvit LNG project, Europe’s only base-load production plant, is changing its name back to Statoil with effect from today and is launching a…
GE Oil & Gas Pipeline Solutions said it was awarded a multi-million dollar, six-year contract to supply Qatargas with advanced pipeline integrity management services to enhance the…
Royal Dutch Shell said its sales of LNG amounted to 3.5 million tonnes in the third quarter, up 13 percent, and 9.4 million tonnes for the first…
BP announced the start of natural gas production from the Savonette field, offshore Trinidad, boosting feed-gas supplies for the Caribbean nation’s Atlantic LNG liquefaction plant.
CB&I, the leading global LNG engineering firm, reported net income of $40.8 million for the third quarter of 2009 compared with $8.6M in the third quarter of…
BG Group, one of the world’s leading LNG companies, said third-quarter LNG revenue and other operating income was down 43 percent at 797 million pounds ($1.3 billion)…
Qatar has held an inauguration ceremony for the 7.8 million tonnes per annum capacity Train 6 of the RasGas III LNG project, a joint venture between Qatar…
Hoegh LNG’s Port Dolphin Energy subsidiary said it was expecting a licence to be issued to develop a deepwater LNG import project to be located off the…
KBR, one of the world's leading LNG engineering firms, named Susan Carter as the company's new Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President.
Abu Dhabi has shutdown its 3 million tonnes per annum Train 3 at the Das Island liquefaction plant until about mid-November to carry out scheduled maintenance work.
Woodside Petroleum of Australia said it was in talks with several third-party feed-gas owners on supplying its Pluto LNG project after Apache Corp. of the US and…