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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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Cameroon: NFE strikes deal with Golar LNG on sale of entire stake in Hilli Episeyo FLNG

6 February 2023

US-based New Fortress Energy has struck an agreement with Bermuda-registered Golar LNG on the sale of its entire stake in the Hilli Episeyo, a floating LNG vessel that is capable of turning out 2.4mn tpy, operating offshore Cameroon.

TotalEnergies to assess Mozambique security conditions before restarting $20bn LNG project

6 February 2023

TotalEnergies is taking steps to assess security and humanitarian conditions in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province ahead of making a decision on whether to restart work on a $20bn LNG project.

LNG sale and purchase agreements in US up in 2022

3 February 2023

LNG exports in the US are booming as supply in Europe remains tight following sanctions on Russia because of its war in Ukraine. World supplies of LNG had already been constrained, with demand in Asia especially high.

FortisBC signs benefits agreement with First Nation group

2 February 2023

Canadian LNG producer FortisBC announced in late January the signing of a benefits agreement with the Snuneymuxw First Nation band to facilitate the expansion of its Tilbury project at Delta, British Columbia.

China’s LNG imports forecast to rebound after plunging 20% in 2022

2 February 2023

China’s liquefied natural gas imports are projected to recover in 2023 to between 70mn and 72mn tonnes, marking a 9% to 14% rise from 2022.

Brunei LNG reaches deal with Japan Petroleum Exploration

2 February 2023

Brunei LNG has announced it will begin supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. beginning in April. The amount supplied and length of the contract have not yet been revealed.

SPEC LNG seeks to assess gas market players’ interest in expansion of Cartagena import terminal

1 February 2023

Sociedad Portuaria El Cayao (SPEC LNG), the operator of Colombia’s only LNG import terminal, is trying to assess the level of interest in proposals for expansion of the facility.

Oman LNG signs deal with Botas to supply LNG beginning in 2025

31 January 2023

Oman LNG announced on January 30 that it has reached a deal with Turkey’s state-owned energy company Botas to supply 1mn tonnes per year of LNG beginning in 2025. The deal will last for 10 years.

Expro to build onshore pre-treatment facility for LNG onshore ROC

27 January 2023

Expro Group Holdings has signed a long-term production solutions contract with Italy’s Eni in relation to the planned construction of a pre-treatment plant for LNG in the Republic of Congo.

US waives sanctions for Dragon gas project

25 January 2023

OFAC has given Trinidad and Tobago permission to work with PdVSA and Shell at the Dragon offshore gas field.

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