GLNG Top Story archive

25 April, Week 16, Issue 565

Novatek has begun full-scale production at its Cryogas-Vysotsk liquefaction plant, in Russia’s Leningrad Region. The company announced the move on April 24, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin...

11 April, Week 14, Issue 563

Japan’s top gas utility and major LNG importer, Tokyo Gas, has signed the world’s first coal price-linked LNG heads of agreement (HoA) with Shell Eastern Trading, a Singapore-based subsidiary of...

04 April, Week 13, Issue 562

Total has signed an agreement to invest US$500 million in Tellurian’s Driftwood LNG project, and US$200 million in Tellurian direct. The equity investment will see Total secure 1 million tpy of...

21 March, Week 11, Issue 560

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a final environmental impact statement (EIS) last week for the two-train, 4 million tpy Texas LNG project. The plant will be built in...

14 March, Week 10, Issue 559

Finland’s Wartsila will go ahead with the construction of a liquid biogas (bioLNG) plant in Asker, in Norway. Announcing it had received notice to proceed – signed in December 2018 – on March 13,...

28 February, Week 08, Issue 557

KBR has won pre-FEED work on a liquefaction plant on Mexico’s Pacific Ocean coast, the service company said on February 28. The company said it would carry out the work and provide a cost estimate...

28 February, Week 08, Issue 557

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved the construction of Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass LNG, despite misgivings from one commissioner about the project’s impact on climate...

21 February, Week 07, Issue 556

Noble Energy is pushing ahead with plans for the Alen monetisation project, in Equatorial Guinea, and expects to reach first sales from the Leviathan field by the end of this year – with an eye on...

14 February, Week 06, Issue 555

Novatek, Russia’s leading gas independent, has put forward a plan for the construction of a new LNG storage tank at the Hibiki LNG import terminal, to its owner, Saibu Gas. According to Japanese...

07 February, Week 05, Issue 554

Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), has increased its order book to US$6.9 billion in the fourth quarter, with the company paying particular attention to improving prospects in the LNG sector. 

31 January, Week 04, Issue 553

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has officially dropped plans for the Aguirre Offshore GasPort plan in Puerto Rico. The US agency announced its order vacating authorisation on...

24 January, Week 03, Issue 552

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued a final environmental impact statement (EIS) for Driftwood LNG, backed by Tellurian. The company announced the approval on January 18 for...

17 January, Week 02, Issue 551

About two weeks after signing a business alliance agreement with Russia’s Novatek, Japan’s Saibu Gas has revealed that it is considering an expansion of its flagship Hibiki LNG import terminal....

10 January, Week 01, Issue 550

Japan’s domestic natural gas supplies will fall for the third consecutive year in fiscal 2019, which starts on April 1. This downturn will come as some nuclear reactors have been brought back...

20 December, Week 50, Issue 549

Japan’s Inpex has struck a deal to acquire a 4% stake in the Ichthys LNG project from Total for US$1.6 billion. Inpex is the operator of the US$40 billion project. The price agreed covers the cost...

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