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With significant investment going into LNG export projects in the US, Australia and across Asia-Pacific and continued concerns about gas imports into Europe and Asia, LNG is expanding as a major sector of the global gas market that has attracted super-majors and independent companies alike.

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Eneva, Servtec to examine plans for new LNG terminal in Maranhão

26 November 2021

Eneva, a Brazilian energy company, said last week that it had teamed up with Servtec, a local investment firm, to examine proposals for the construction of a new LNG import terminal in Maranhão State.

Cheniere produces LNG at Sabine Pass Train 6, strikes another offtake deal

25 November 2021

Cheniere Energy has produced its first LNG at Train 6 of its Sabine Pass liquefaction terminal on the Louisiana Gulf Coast, and, separately, has also struck a long-term supply deal with Chinese natural gas distribution company Foran Energy Group.

NextDecade applies to build CCS facility at Rio Grande LNG

25 November 2021

US LNG developer NextDecade has applied to the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to incorporate a carbon capture and storage system into its proposed Rio Grande LNG project in Brownsville, Texas.

LNG trade booms ahead of winter

25 November 2021

The global LNG trade is booming ahead of the Northern Hemisphere winter, with Asia’s leading buyers ramping up deliveries, in competition with Europe.

AsianOil: Woodside takes FIDs on Scarborough and Pluto LNG 2

23 November 2021

Australia’s largest oil and gas producer Woodside has reached final investment decisions for both the Scarborough gas field development as well as the expansion of the Pluto liquefied natural gas facility.

GLNG: LNG trade booms ahead of winter

23 November 2021

The global LNG trade is booming ahead of the Northern Hemisphere winter.

Shell signs PSC for Manatee gas field

19 November 2021

The government of Trinidad and Tobago has finalised a production-sharing contract (PSC) with Shell (UK) for Manatee, an offshore natural gas field.

Chevron shuts Gorgon Train 1 following minor leak

19 November 2021

Chevron shut Train 1 at its giant Gorgon LNG plant in Western Australia following the discovery of a minor gas leak during a routine inspection this week.

Freeport LNG announces CCS plan amid news of stake sale

18 November 2021

Freeport LNG Development is partnering with Talos Energy to jointly develop a carbon capture and storage facility to serve its liquefaction terminal on the Texas Gulf Coast. The announcement comes as a 25.7% stake in Freeport changes hands.

Details disclosed of Cheniere’s LNG supply deal with France’s Engie

18 November 2021

US LNG producer Cheniere Energy is reported to have struck a deal to supply the fuel to France’s Engie earlier this year.

GLNG: Details disclosed of Cheniere’s LNG supply deal with France’s Engie

16 November 2021

Leading US LNG producer Cheniere Energy struck a deal to supply the super-chilled fuel to France’s Engie earlier this year, according to a letter to the US Department of Energy whose details have now been made public.

AfrOil: Shell, Equinor resume talks on Tanzania LNG project

16 November 2021

Tanzania’s Energy Minister January Makamba confirmed last week that his country’s government had resumed talks with several international oil companies on the Tanzania LNG project.

Coral-Sul FLNG ready to sail to Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin

16 November 2021

Africa’s first floating liquefied natural gas facility planned to be deployed in the continent’s deep waters is ready to sail to Mozambique from South Korea.

Tanzania resumes talks with Shell, Equinor on LNG project

16 November 2021

Tanzania’s Energy Minister January Makamba confirmed last week that his country’s government had resumed talks with several international oil companies on the Tanzania LNG project.

Wärtsilä completes installation of FSRU for LNG-to-power project in El Salvador

12 November 2021

Finland’s Wärtsilä reported on November 10 that it had finished installing the BW Tatiana floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) at its designated site offshore El Salvador, near the port of Acajutla.

Sempra identifies Vista Pacifico LNG project as a high priority

12 November 2021

US-based Sempra Energy sees the Vista Pacifico LNG project, which envisions the construction of a gas liquefaction and export terminal in Topolobampo, a port in Mexico’s Sinaloa State, as a high priority.

Chevron to use carbon credits to make up for Gorgon CCS shortfall

12 November 2021

Chevron and its partners in the giant Gorgon LNG project in Australia will buy carbon credits likely worth more than $183mn to compensate for failing to meet carbon capture targets.

Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance aims to end oil and gas production

11 November 2021

The Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA) is calling for an immediate end to new licensing rounds for oil and gas exploration, and has signed up 11 governments to a promise to end oil and gas production by 2050.

US LNG producers agree to send more supply to Chinese buyers

10 November 2021

Leading US LNG producer Cheniere Energy has struck a deal to supply the super-chilled fuel to China’s Sinochem Group on a long-term basis. The supply agreement is the latest in a series announced between US LNG producers and Chinese buyers.

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