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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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Downstream impact

18 May 2022

NewsBase takes a brief look at some of the economic and political fallout from the Russia-Ukraine war, with a focus on regional markets for jet fuel and diesel around the world.

Estonian firms move forward with LNG facility project without state support

16 May 2022

The Paldiski terminal is expected to receive LNG from a floating terminal, ending Estonia's 80% dependence on Russian gas.

Inpex raises profit forecast

15 May 2022

Japan’s Inpex has raised its net profit forecast for 2022 and kicked off new exploratory drilling over the past week.

Australia’s LNG export revenue up 95% y/y in April

14 May 2022

Australia’s LNG export revenue of AUD5.5bn ($3.8bn) in April represented a 95% year-on-year increase, consultancy EnergyQuest has said in its latest monthly Australian LNG report, released on May 13.

Venture Global announces offtake agreements with ExxonMobil, Petronas

13 May 2022

US-based Venture Global LNG announced this week that it had struck separate sale and purchase agreements with ExxonMobil LNG Asia-Pacific and Malaysia’s Petronas.

'World’s first' modular LNG FSRU to be deployed in Senegal

13 May 2022

KARMOL has announced that the world’s first LNG floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) is now ready for deployment in Senegal.

Gasunie secures Netherlands’ second FSRU

13 May 2022

The Netherlands’ Gasunie is to charter an FSRU from New Fortress Energy for five years as part of plans to develop up to 8 bcm per year of LNG import capacity.

Kosmos says GTA project is 75% ready

11 May 2022

US-based Kosmos Energy said on Tuesday (May 9) that work on the Greater Tortue/Ahmeyim (GTA) project is more than three quarters complete.

Canada in talks on expediting East Coast LNG exports

10 May 2022

The Canadian government is in talks with the developers of two proposed LNG export terminals on Canada’s East Coast to see whether it can help expedite those projects, it emerged last week.

Chinese yards to stop work on modules for Arctic LNG 2

10 May 2022

Chinese yards are reportedly set to halt work on modules for the Novatek-led Arctic LNG 2 project in Russia by the end of May.

Mitsui writes down value of Russian LNG investments

8 May 2022

Japan’s Mitsui & Co. said this week that it had written down the value of its investments in two Russian LNG projects by a combined JPY80.6bn ($617mn).

GLNG: Mitsui writes down value of Russian LNG investments

8 May 2022

Japan’s Mitsui & Co. said this week that it had written down the value of its investments in two Russian LNG projects by a combined JPY80.6bn ($617mn).

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