In this issue

 

Free ReadJGC Corp along with TechnipFMC and Fluor have won lucrative contract LNG Journal editor ExxonMobil said it planned to invest more than $500 million in the initial construction phase of…
LNG Journal editor International Seaways, a leading US tanker company providing vessels mostly for the crude oil and petroleum products markets, has ended its LNG presence by selling its stake…
Novatek, the Russian operator of the Yamal liquefied natural gas plant at Sabetta in northern Siberia, said it was in talks to trans-ship its cargoes from Norway or the Russian…
LNG Journal editor Royal Dutch Shell has decided to make changes to its executive team in Australia as it faces investment decisions in the months ahead on multibillion-dollar natural gas…
Free ReadThe American shale basins of Marcellus and Utica that underpin rising US LNG exports and domestic gas use contain huge volumes of undiscovered technically recoverable continuous resources of natural gas.…
Equinor, one of the main pipeline natural gas suppliers to Europe and operator of the Norwegian oil and gas fields and the Hammerfest LNG export plant, said it was proud…
LNG Journal editor The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC), owner of the proposed Alaska LNG project, has started replying to regulatory questions on environmental mitigation measures as its main partner…
Free ReadLNG Journal editor UK major BP, one of the leading LNG producers with two current world-class LNG production projects in Alaska and Mauritania-Senegal and volumes booked from the US Gulf…
LNG Journal editor MISC Berhad, the Malaysian shipping line with a liquefied natural gas carrier fleet of more than 30 vessels, said it had signed time charters for two newbuild…
Japanese spot liquefied natural gas cargoes delivered in September cost $5.20 per million British thermal units less than in the same month a year ago, though just $0.60 less than…
The Rudong liquefied natural gas import terminal in the eastern Jiangsu Province of China and with LNG links to Canada is undergoing repairs after an accident and is not expected…
Free ReadLNG Journal editor The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has delayed completion of an environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export facility and its affiliated…
Natural gas producing states like Texas are in advance of states like California on use of renewables while US natural gas production is rising again in 2019 and the nation’s…
Noble of US and Delek of Israel extend their pipeline deals amid plans for floating LNG LNG Journal editor Noble Energy, the US company with stakes in the Leviathan and…

News Nudges

PNG expansion discussions

Oil Search, the Papua New Guinea-based energy and LNG company, said efforts were now focused on the P’nyang Gas Agreement, with discussions between the PNG government and ExxonMobil, the operator of P’nyang, now taking place to clear the way for a doubling of LNG production to almost 20 million tonnes per annum.


Petronas in Korea deal

Petronas, the Malaysian state-backed energy company and LNG supplier, said it signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with Korea Midland Power, the South Korean electricity generating company. The accord is for 240,000 tonnes per annum of LNG for an initial term of five years. Korea Midland is based in Boryeong, the port on the Yellow Sea coast where the nation’s newest of its six LNG import terminals is located.


NYC shipping forum today

Senior executives from leading LNG, oil and product tanker shipping companies will today discuss the trends, developments and outlook of the global commodities and shipping markets at the Annual New York Maritime Forum at The Metropolitan Club in New York City. Executives from 34 shipping and maritime companies will attend the event held in cooperation with the New York Stock Exchange, the Nasdaq global exchange, New York City Economic Development Corp. and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.