GLNG Top Story archive

23 March 2017, Week 11 Issue 461

Ireland’s 500 million euro (US$538 million) Shannon LNG import terminal on the country’s Atlantic coast is reportedly back on track amid Brexit energy concerns, according to a report last week by...

02 February 2017 Week 04 Issue 454

The recently released 2017 edition of BP’s Energy Outlook forecasts strong LNG supply growth between 2015 and 2035, led by the US and Australia.

26 January 2017, Week 03, Issue 453

The continuing global gas glut is forcing Japan’s Toshiba to resell US LNG to avoid billions of dollars in potential losses.

19 January 2017, Week 02, Issue 452

Hoegh LNG has signed on with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for the construction and supply of new floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs), it...

13 October 2016, Week 40 Issue 439

The Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) plant confirmed on October 10 that production had begun at the second of its two trains on Curtis Island, near Gladstone. The company said it had produced 150,...

06 October 2016, Week 39 Issue 438

Royal Dutch Shell has taken steps recently to strengthen its position as a future source of LNG supplies in Europe and Asia. The super-major, which made LNG a large part of its pitch in its...

29 September 2016, Week 38 Issue 437

The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is preparing to launch more LNG derivatives – probably swaps and futures – in the second quarter of 2017. The contracts will be based on the North Asia Sling – a...

22 September 2016, Week 37 Issue 436

Bechtel has substantially completed construction of the second train at Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass plant. It has also finished commissioning and is now ready to operate, with Cheniere taking...

15 September 2016, Week 36 Issue 435

Osaka Gas has come out against signing further contracts with destination clauses, the head of the company’s trading department, Sunao Okamoto, told Bloomberg this week. The decision is in line...

08 September 2016, Week 35 Issue 434

Engie, Mitsubishi and NYK Line have launched Gas4Sea, in order to handle joint marketing of LNG as a marine fuel around the world. Initially the venture’s focus will be in Belgium. A statement...

01 September 2016, Week 34 Issue 433

Chevron and China’s ENN LNG Trading signed a 10-year LNG supply deal this week, which could speed up the development of an Asian spot market for the fuel.

25 August 2016, Week 33 Issue 432

The first delivery of LNG via the Panama Canal to China has been delivered, according to reports this week. The Maran Gas Apollonia arrived at the port of Yantian, in Shenzhen, near Hong Kong, on...

18 August 2016, Week 32 Issue 431

Cheniere Energy confirmed last week that its second train at Sabine Pass was in the process of commissioning, with the expectation of “substantial completion” in September of this year. The first...

11 August 2016, Week 31 Issue 430

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp. (JOGMEC) said last week it had signed loan guarantee agreements supporting Japanese companies in the development of a third train at Tangguh, in Indonesia...

04 August 2016, Week 30 Issue 429

Nova Scotia has approved the construction of a 62.5-km pipeline to feed the proposed Bear Head LNG export facility, according to a subsidiary of Australia’s LNG Ltd (LNGL). This marks the last...

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