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Among a select few greenfield LNG projects remaining, Golden Pass LNG seems on track for first LNG exports some time in 2024. The Qatar Petroleum- and ExxonMobil-backed project is already…
Free ReadPressured by both higher LNG prices and waning available supply, Turkey’s LNG imports have declined sharply year-on-year during 1H 2021.  Cumulative imports in June this year trailed their 2020 equivalents…
The appearance of project-earmarked FSU Portovyy hints at commercial start-up of Portovaya LNG in the near future. However, the plant has been subject to repeated delay since 2018 and the…
Indonesia’s hydrocarbon regulator SKK Migas has approved two important BP-led projects to support capacity expansion and future LNG production at the Tangguh plant. Whilst BP plans to implement environmentally friendly…
Free ReadWith the commissioning of the 22mtpa Al Zour LNG terminal (full capacity to be reached by 2022), Kuwait has emerged as the leader in Middle Eastern import capacity. Historically, Kuwait’s…
US LNG developer Tellurian and oil major Shell have signed an important SPA for Tellurian’s proposed Driftwood LNG project in Louisiana. Previously, the Driftwood project had struggled to pass the…
LNG exports from Cameroon are set to increase from 2022 as project partners Perenco, SNH and Golar agreed to up capacity utilisation at Golar’s Hilli Episeyo FLNG facility. Currently, at…
Mexico’s Sempra and partner IEnova took delivery of the country’s first carbon offset LNG cargo on Friday last week. The shipment was sold by BP and produced at Atlantic LNG…
Free ReadQatar Petroleum – the state-controlled conglomerate operating the massive Ras Laffan LNG complex – has begun the year with a series of LNG supply deals to cement its future position…
New investment in Gorgon LNG feedgas supply base comes at a time when Australian LNG exporters are looking to carve out a leading role in Asia’s energy transition.
Turkey’s new FSRU at the Dortyol LNG terminal – the BOTAS-owned Ertugrul Gazi is set to complete its first cargo transfer this week.
Free ReadAs part of a wider strategy to expand Mexico’s access to LNG and gas infrastructure, Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission and LNG developer New Fortress Energy are looking to see the…
India’s LNG demand – whilst lacking substantial growth – is resisting downward pressure as the country is coming off its second coronavirus wave.
LNG exports from Curtis Island have benefitted from Chinese demand growth, with much of installed capacity built with exports to China in mind. As such, a month-on-month dip in exports…