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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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Giant container ship blocks Suez Canal, disrupts LNG deliveries

26 March 2021

Shipping through the Suez Canal was blocked when one of the world’s largest container ships ran aground after being blown off course by a sandstorm at the southernmost stretch of the canal close to Suez City. The blockage has disrupted LNG transit.

QP makes more LNG moves

26 March 2021

Qatar Petroleum continues to make new moves related to its LNG business, including striking a new long-term supply deal with China’s Sinopec.

Petronas delivers first cargo from PFLNG DUA

25 March 2021

Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas has delivered its first cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Petronas Floating LNG DUA (PFLNG DUA) facility.

Annova LNG scraps export terminal plan

24 March 2021

The field of new LNG export terminal proposals continues to thin in the US, with Annova LNG scrapping its project in South Texas this week.

Chevron stops funding for Kitimat LNG

24 March 2021

Chevron announced last week that it was stopping directing funding to the proposed Kitimat LNG project on the British Columbia coast in Western Canada.

GLNG: Russia’s long-term strategy and a US project scrapped

23 March 2021

Russia has approved a long-term LNG strategy, targeting up to a three-fold increase in production to 140mn tonnes per year (tpy) by 2035. Meanwhile, in the US, the field of new export terminal proposals continues to thin, with Annova LNG scrapped.

ABB to provide electrical systems for Mozambique LNG

23 March 2021

ABB, the Swedish-Swiss engineering concern, revealed last week that it had agreed to provide “comprehensive integrated and intelligent electrical systems” for the Mozambique LNG project.

US LNG’s resilience during the pandemic

19 March 2021

The latest figures from the US Energy Information Administration illustrate the resilience of US LNG during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

MSJ party’s leader criticises Port of Spain over transfer pricing for LNG

18 March 2021

David Abdulah, the leader of Trinidad and Tobago’s socialist Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) Party, wants the government to respond to a new report alleging that transfer pricing for LNG caused Port of Spain to incur $18bn in losses in 2010-2018.

IES urges Ghana to withdraw support from Tema LNG terminal

17 March 2021

Ghana’s Institute of Energy Security (IES) has urged officials in Accra to withdraw their endorsement for plans for the construction of an LNG import terminal at the port of Tema.

Karpowership, Mitsui prepare to deploy FSRU offshore Senegal

17 March 2021

Karmol, a joint venture formed by Turkey’s Karpowership and Japan’s Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), is preparing to transfer a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) to Senegal, where it will be used for an LNG-to-power project.

US government identifies Mozambique’s ASWJ as a terrorist organisation

17 March 2021

The US Department of State has designated Ahlu Sunnah Wa-Jamo (ASWJ), the Islamist group that has staged attacks in areas near the onshore Mozambique LNG complex being built by Total (France), as a terrorist organisation.

Damietta LNG gears up to load third cargo since restart

17 March 2021

The Damietta LNG plant in Egypt is preparing to export its third cargo since resuming operations last month, according to Italy’s Eni, a shareholder in the facility.

GLNG: Albanian feasibility study, US exports and carbon-compensated LNG in Spain

16 March 2021

Plenty of LNG-related developments continue to emerge, including a feasibility study for an import terminal in Albania, the delivery of a carbon-compensated cargo of LNG by Repsol in Spain and details of US exports of the super-chilled fuel in 2020.

Edited by

Ed Reed

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