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EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson called on September 14 for the bloc to curb its Russian LNG imports with the end-goal of eliminating them completely, as Brussels considers ways of further strangling Moscow’s revenue source.
Thailand's Gulf Energy Development pl (GULF), in collaboration with Ratch Group Public Company Limited (RATCH) have announced a significant milestone in their joint venture project.
New Delhi is in the process of searching for more LNG in a bid to alleviate socioeconomic turmoil brought about by ongoing blackouts in some areas.
A group of 27 civil society and environmental conservation groups from across the Asia-Pacific, the US and Papua New Guinea have written to the US Export-Import Bank in Washington to “reject” the Category A Papua Liquefied Natural Gas Project.
Bangladesh’s state-run energy company Rupantarita Prakritik Gas Company Ltd (RPGCL) has revealed it will purchase two cargoes of LNG in September and October.
The US’s second largest LNG facility Freeport LNG has had its gas intake cut sharply for a fourth day in a row on September 12, according to data from the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG).
The US was the leading exporter of LNG globally in the first half of 2023.
Chevron and striking workers at the company’s LNG plants in Australia will have their dispute heard by an industrial relations tribunal on September 22.
ADNOC Gas, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), announced on September 8 that it has signed an LNG supply agreement with PetroChina International Company.
US LNG developer Tellurian is changing course on financing for its long-delayed Driftwood LNG project planned for the west bank of the Calcasieu River south of Lake Charles in Louisiana.
Turkey’s Karpowership and Argentina’s Galileo to jointly develop floating liquefied natural gas solutions
Spain’s reliance on Russian natural gas, imported in LNG form, is increasing, even though its overall imports of the fuel are dropping, government data showed on September 8.
Bangladesh's Summit Group, a leading player in the subcontinent’s energy sector, has unveiled plans to channel $3bn into solar, wind and hydroelectricity projects throughout South Asia.
Houston-based Sempra Infrastructure has agreed a deal with a Japanese consortium to install a carbon-neutral LNG supply chain in the continental USA, with the end product to be shipped back to Japan.
US-based Commonwealth LNG announced this week that it had entered into a heads of agreement with Swiss-headquartered MET Group for the sale and purchase of 1mn tonnes per year of LNG from its planned export terminal.
The Thai Energy Policy Office (EPO) anticipates an increase in liquefied natural gas imports as the country's crude oil sources wane.
US exports of LNG dipped in August with 102 vessels transporting 7.32mn tonnes of the super-chilled fuel, down slightly from the 7.51mn tonnes that were carried abroad in July, according to data from LSEG Eikon.
Pacific Energy and Enbridge-owned Woodfibre LNG signed its third long-term LNG offtake deal with British energy firm BP on September 5.
Golar LNG has reportedly held talks with the government of Equatorial Guinea on cooperation in the development and export of offshore natural gas deposits.
Malaysia’s state-run energy firm Petronas is watching closely developments in Argentina’s Congress of the country’s draft LNG law, which is aimed at giving a jolt to the nation’s LNG sector.
The EU received 9.8bn cubic metres of gas in liquid form last month, which was 2.8% less than in August 2022 and 10.6% less than in July this year. It marks the second month in a row that imports have fallen on a year-on-year basis.
Australian oil and gas company Santos Ltd revealed on September 1 that it has finalised the initial sale to Papua New Guinea’s state-run Kumul Petroleum of a 2.6% interest in its PNG LNG project.