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Australian oil and gas developer Woodside Petroleum has unveiled the next step in its ongoing development of a hydrogen export strategy.
Canada’s Cryopeak LNG Solutions has started construction on a small-scale LNG facility in Fort Nelson, British Columbia.
Shipments of US LNG to China are resuming after Beijing has reportedly started granting tax waivers to certain importers of the super-chilled fuel.
Yantai LNG, the largest LNG terminal in northern China, approved by China’s National Development and Reform Commission
The National Development and Reform Commission of China officially approved the construction of the largest LNG receiving terminal in northern China, the Yantai LNG terminal in March that will be the largest of its kind in the country.
Consultancy Wood Mackenzie expects LNG demand to continue growing this year, but has warned that this number will need to be revised as the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic become clearer.
Höegh LNG has applied for an LNG infrastructure ownership, operations and development licence in Cyprus, under which it would supply a floating storage and regasification unit to the country.
Australia's Woodside Petroleum is postponing final investment decisions on three LNG projects – the Scarborough offshore gas development, Browse LNG and Train 2 at the existing Pluto LNG facility.
Singapore’s Pavilion Energy is asking potential suppliers to work on developing an industry standard for greenhouse gas emissions from LNG.
Australia’s East Coast gas market is on track to experience natural gas shortages within the next five or so years, a new report by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has warned.
US LNG producer Cheniere Energy has filed a request with federal regulators to begin service on its newly completed Midship pipeline from Oklahoma’s Anadarko Basin.
UK imports of LNG more than doubled in 2019, reaching 200 terawatt hours (18.7bn cubic metres), preliminary government data have shown.
Cheniere Energy, the US’ largest producer of LNG, has made the unusual move of tendering to buy six cargoes of LNG for delivery to Europe later this year.
Royal Dutch Shell has announced that it is pulling out of the proposed Lake Charles LNG project in Louisiana, in which it partners Energy Transfer on a 50:50 basis.
The government of Nigeria’s Rivers State has rejected a request from Nigeria LNG (NLNG) and several other companies involved in the natural gas sector for an exemption from the lockdown regime imposed last week.
Leading LNG producer Qatar is reportedly seeking to sell some cargoes of the super-chilled fuel on the spot market.
Construction on the planned Woodfibre LNG project in British Columbia, Canada has been delayed by a year, partly as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Peru’s natural gas industry has seen production decline since March 15, when the government imposed a nationwide lockdown in the hope of containing the coronavirus pandemic.
New York-listed Sempra Energy has delayed its final investment decision (FID) on the construction of an LNG export facility in Baja California, Mexico, and may do the same for a separate project in Texas.
India’s decision to impose a 21-day lockdown this week has reportedly driven the country’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) importers to issue force majeure notices to their suppliers.
The proposed Jordan Cove LNG facility has received its long-awaited federal regulatory approval, but operator Pembina still has a battle on its hands to ensure the project can go ahead.
China's Yantai LNG Group has been given government approval to build an LNG terminal in Shandong Province.