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Russian natural gas company Gazprom said its executives held a working meeting in St. Petersburg with Walter Peeraer, Chief Executive of Belgian natural gas transmission company and…
Gazprom, the world's largest natural gas producer for pipelines but small in terms of liquefied natural gas, has postponed for about a year an investment decision on…
The quest by LNG importer Argentina to open up its huge shale-gas reserves has been brought into focus by the share sale to investors by the hydraulic…
The Royal Dutch Shell-led LNG Canada joint venture in British Columbia, including PetroChina, Korea Gas Corp. and Japan's Mitsubishi Corp., is now the most advanced in Canada…
The Yemen LNG export plant in the Gulf of Aden, closed because of the conflict in the country since mid-April 2015, will remain shut for the foreseeable…
Sempra Energy, the California-based utility and liquefied natural gas asset owner and developer, is going ahead with plans to spin off its LNG business to be called…
Japanese liquefied natural gas imports plunged 11.4 percent last month as the world's largest buyer of the fuel spent 45 percent less than at the same time…
The liquefied natural gas market used to be relatively simple. There were only a few big buyers with captive end-users and there were a few sellers who…
The two liquefied natural gas projects being developed in Texas by the US company of former Royal Dutch Shell LNG executive Katherine Eisbrenner have received additional funding ahead…
Australian LNG project developer Origin Energy will soon start significant natural gas production from its 50 percent stake in the Waitsia-1 field, described as being the largest onshore conventional…
Clough, the Australian engineering and construction company, said its US unit was awarded a contract for the engineering and design for the fourth liquefaction Train at Freeport…
The Texas LNG project to be located in the Port of Brownsville and led by an independent Houston-based energy company has made significant progress in the past…
As oil prices appear to be levelling off, Japan's spot LNG import prices are still falling with free-on-board cargoes for June and July being traded at between $7 per…
South Korea, the world's second‐largest liquefied natural gas importer, is experiencing an LNG slump as the weak market for cargoes is being prolonged by the power generation…
The Pacific NorthWest LNG, led by Malaysia's Petronas, now awaits a British Columbia provincial parliamentary vote in July to approve the venture - still leaving up to…
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has again pushed back the environmental review decision on the Jordan Cove LNG export project planned for Coos Bay in the northwest state…
The Canadian province of British Columbia acknowledged there was more work to do on smoothing the path for liquefied natural gas export plant developers after the Pacific…
Delek Group, the Israeli partner of US energy company Noble Energy in the Aphrodite natural gas reservoir offshore Cyprus, submitted to the Cypriot Government the proposed outline…
The Petronas-led Pacific NorthWest LNG project in British Columbia said the required technical and commercial components of the venture were satisfactory, though it would only be making…
Norwegian tanker and terminals companies Stolt-Nielsen and Golar LNG have formed a joint venture to pursue opportunities in small-scale liquefied natural gas production and distribution.
Canadian Federal Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford said the National Energy Board had approved the North Montney pipeline project to open up about 450 trillion cubic feet of recoverable shale…
Cheniere Energy, the developer of LNG export plans in  Louisiana and Texas, will build two additional liquefied natural gas projects and extra processing Trains that will add around…