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Gas can now be moved both ways on a section of the WAGP in Ghana, allowing increased use of its domestic gas resources
Italy’s Saipem has agreed to participate in a joint engineering venture to build the Arctic LNG 2 project in Russia alongside France’s Technip and Russia’s NIPIgaspererabotka.
The US Department of Energy has approved exports from Kinder Morgan’s Gulf LNG project, which would be located in Jackson County, Mississippi.
Japanese utilities are becoming more aggressive in their price reviews for long-term LNG contracts and seeking to buy more LNG on the spot market.
Chile’s state-owned mining firm Codelco has sold its stake in the Mejillones LNG terminal to Ameris Capital AGF, a local investment fund.
The US is now the world’s third-largest LNG exporter but the US-China trade war still threatens further expansion