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Free ReadGrowing domestic opposition to ever-increasing US LNG exports notwithstanding, the country’s shipments of the super-chilled fuel climbed to a new record last week. The bulk of last week’s cargoes are…
Gazprom has reinstalled the 174,000m³ FSRU and LNG carrier Marshal Vasilevskiy at its Kaliningrad FSRU terminal, our data showed at the time of writing.
Wednesday, 02 February 2022
Norway’s Snøhvit LNG plant has been shut down since scheduled maintenance in the summer of 2020 as well as technical difficulties and a fire in September that year.
Free ReadGazprom appears poised to reinstall the 174,000m³ FSRU and LNG carrier Marshal Vasilevskiy at its Kaliningrad FSRU terminal. Originally commissioned in January 2019, the facility has not seen commercial activity…
Wednesday, 19 January 2022
Chinese state-control petrochemical conglomerate Sinopec has taken delivery of the first LNG cargo under a new long-term supply deal with Qatar on Sunday last week.
With Asian markets well supplied, uncommitted LNG cargoes from the United States are increasingly travelling to Europe to capture prevailing high regional prices. Lower Russian pipeline gas supply has added…
Wednesday, 22 December 2021
US LNG exports are headed for a record high by the end of the year on the back of persistent growth shale gas production seeking lucrative foreign markets.
Free ReadHigh national gas demand notwithstanding, Turkey’s LNG imports have been trailing their year-on-year counterparts. Imports are held back by relatively little remaining fixed supply, few available spot cargoes and high…
Following another power issue at Shell’s Prelude FLNG barge, Shell was again forced to suspend production and evacuate staff as the plant was in the process of increasing exports.
With talks surrounding Petronas’ DQT notices this month still in flux, Malaysia has striven to not only maintain LNG exports but grow them both month-on-month and year-on-year.
The world’s biggest LNG buyers – led by China – are continuing to grow LNG offtakes whilst elsewhere in the world the prevailing high-price environment has dampened buyers’ appetite for…
Wednesday, 17 November 2021
Free ReadMalaysia’s national oil and gas company Petronas has sought to defer up to 20 LNG cargoes for December-March delivery by exercising downward quantity tolerance (DQT), Platts reported citing unnamed sources.…
China’s Sinopec and its subsidiary Unipec have signed two long-term LNG import agreements with US LNG developer Venture Global amounting to 7.5mtpa. The two deals emerged whilst US-China trade relations…
Wednesday, 03 November 2021
With the help of pipeline gas supplies from the North Sea and Norway, the UK has tried to avoid the protracted high-price environment.