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The prospect of widespread carbon-neutral LNG trading is increasingly under discussion, but would need to be balanced with cost-competitiveness.
Sempra Energy, the operator of the Cameron LNG export terminal in Louisiana, said on September 18 that it had begun restart operations at the facility.
Canada-based Cryopeak LNG Solutions has signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan’s Sumitomo on the development of an LNG bunker fuel supply chain in the Pacific Northwest.
BP has published its Energy Outlook 2020, which sees LNG trade growing significantly in at least the medium term in two out of three scenarios.
The Australian government has announced a slew of natural gas-focused measures aimed at helping the economy to recover from the COVID-19 recession.
US LNG exports are reported to be on track to rise for a second consecutive month in September, according to federal data.
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) – the emirate’s main sovereign wealth fund – has disclosed a 5.05% stake in US LNG exporter Cheniere Energy.
China’s gas-fired generating sector is struggling to stay afloat as the twin pressures of lower tariffs and the ongoing trade war could push demand for feedstock down by 17% by 2025.
US-based Fitch Ratings says its outlook for Peru LNG (PLNG) is negative, owing to the consortium’s weaker operational performance, which stems from a decline in world prices for natural gas.
A warning that oil demand will peak within a few years overshadows some of the positive news coming from oil producers in recent days.
South Africa’s Renergen has revised its drilling programme for the Victoria gas project after encountering equipment problems during the drilling of an inclined well.
Attempts to restart Prelude FLNG and the second train at Gorgon are running into obstacles and taking longer than initially expected.