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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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Petrobras rejects the only bid received for Bahia LNG lease

25 June 2021

Brazil’s Petrobras revealed earlier this week that it had disqualified US-based Excelerate Energy from proceeding with its bid for the right to lease an underutilised LNG import terminal in Bahia State.

NLNG launches work on Train 7

23 June 2021

Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has formally begun work on the Train 7 project, which is slated to expand the consortium’s total production capacity to 30mn tonnes per year.

Problem with gas turbine forces shutdown at Skikda LNG plant

23 June 2021

Sonatrach, the national oil company (NOC) of Algeria, reported at the weekend that it had taken the Skikda LNG plant offline on June 11.

Karmol vessel arrives offshore Senegal to launch LNG-to-power project

23 June 2021

Karmol, a 50:50 joint venture between Karpowership (Turkey) and Mitsui OSK Lines (Japan), has completed the delivery of a marine LNG import terminal to Senegal.

Eni says Coral South LNG is still scheduled for launch in 2022

22 June 2021

Italy’s Eni says it is on track to launch the Coral South LNG project offshore Mozambique next year, despite the violence that has slowed down TotalEnergies’ plans for development of gas reserves.

GLNG: Skikda LNG plant forced to shut on technical issue

22 June 2021

Algeria’s state-owned Sonatrach reported at the weekend that it had taken the Skikda LNG plant offline on June 11.

Petrobras may consider ramping up LNG imports amid maintenance

18 June 2021

Brazil’s Petrobras may increase LNG imports by 50% to compensate for an expected drop in domestic natural gas flows when the Rota 1 pipeline is shut down for maintenance in August, it emerged this week.

NLNG signs supply deals with three local companies

16 June 2021

The Nigeria LNG (NLNG) consortium revealed last week that it had signed supply deals with three local companies.

Havfram to provide subsea mooring system for Grand Tortue/Ahmeyim FPSO

16 June 2021

Technip Energies has awarded a contract to Havfram for pre-installation and hook-up services for the subsea mooring system that will be used to station an FPSO at the Grand Tortue/Ahmeyim block.

DPR head unveils micro-LNG initiative

16 June 2021

Nigeria’s government is sponsoring plans for the establishment of hundreds of small-scale LNG distribution centres across the country.

AsianOil: Australian government backs oil, gas sector

15 June 2021

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pledged that the oil and gas sector will “always” be a pillar of the economy, even as domestic investment in clean energy alternatives grows.

GLNG: IOCs reportedly bid to participate in Qatar’s LNG expansion

15 June 2021

Six leading international oil companies (IOCs) have reportedly submitted bids to participate in Qatar’s giant LNG expansion project.

Clean LNG initiatives accelerate

11 June 2021

New initiatives related to clean LNG and decarbonisation appear to be accelerating, with more developments announced in recent days.

Woodside to make Pluto LNG carbon neutral by 2050

10 June 2021

Australian developer Woodside Energy aims to make its Pluto liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility carbon neutral by 2050.

Excelerate FSRU comes online offshore Argentina

10 June 2021

Excelerate Energy announced last week that its Exemplar floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) had started operations offshore the Argentine port of Bahia Blanca.

Tanzania reports progress in talks on LNG project

9 June 2021

Tanzania’s government is reportedly making progress in talks with Equinor (Norway) and Royal Dutch Shell (UK/Netherlands) on the resumption of work at an LNG project worth $30bn.

Orezone, Genser sign PPA for LNG-to-power project in Burkina Faso

9 June 2021

US-based Genser Energy has agreed to set up a small-scale LNG-fuelled power plant in Burkina Faso to Orezone Gold Corp. (Canada) for use at the Bomboré gold mine.

Black & Veatch to study AET’s LNG-to-power project in Colombia

8 June 2021

US-based Black & Veatch has won a contract for a feasibility study of the Andes Energy Terminal (AET) project, an LNG-to-power scheme that would serve consumers in central and south-western Colombia.

GLNG: Excelerate FSRU comes online offshore Argentina

8 June 2021

Excelerate Energy announced last week that its Exemplar floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) had started operations offshore the Argentine port of Bahia Blanca.

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