GLNG Top Story archive

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...

13 December 2018, Week 49, Issue 548

Tellurian, which is developing the Driftwood LNG export project on the US Gulf Coast, has signed a 15-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) to supply LNG to commodities trader Vitol. 

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22 November 2018, Week 46, Issue 545

Belgium’s Exmar has received a contract to produce and export LNG from Argentina, using a barge-based floating LNG (FLNG) unit. The Belgian company, in a statement on November 21, said its...

8 November 2018, Week 44, Issue 543

Golar LNG has reported net income of US$66.2 million for the third quarter, with operating revenues of US$123.1 million. Helping drive the company’s progress was US$77.5 million in unrealised...

1 November 2018, Week 43, Issue 542

LNG volumes being handled at the Port of Rotterdam have surged in the third quarter of 2018, with total volumes transhipped reaching 1.787 million tonnes in the period. This is higher than the...

25 October 2018, Week 42, Issue 541

Total, the world’s second largest private LNG player, and China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) signed an amendment this week to their existing sale and purchase agreement (SPA) on LNG...

18 October 2018, Week 41, Issue 540

Korea Gas (KOGAS) has become the latest Asian buyer to sign up for LNG supplies from the recently approved LNG Canada project, a company official said on October 12. 

11 October 2018, Week 40, Issue 539

Royal Dutch Shell has bunkered its first ship-to-ship delivery of LNG fuel from its specialised Cardissa vessel. LNG was transferred to the Gagarin Prospect, Sovcomflot’s LNG-...

04 October 2018, Week 39, Issue 538

ConocoPhillips has struck a deal to sell its 30% stake in the Greater Sunrise fields to the government of Timor-Leste. The US-based independent announced the deal on October 1, saying it would...

27 September 2018, Week 38, Issue 537

Qatar Petroleum (QP) has scaled up its expansion plans, targeting 110 million tpy of LNG, under the aegis of the North Field expansion project. The country currently produces 77 million tpy. In...

20 September 2018, Week 37, Issue 536

The Panama Canal Authority’s (PCA) fears that fewer ships between China and the US will ply the Panama Canal if trade tensions between the two countries escalate look set to be realised after...

13 September 2018, Week 36, Issue 535

ExxonMobil has signed a preliminary deal on supplying gas to the Alaska LNG project, according to a statement released on September 10, under an agreement with the Alaska Gasline Development Corp...

29 August 2018, Week 34, Issue 533

PDVSA has struck a deal to export natural gas from Venezuela’s Dragon field via the Atlantic LNG plant in Trinidad & Tobago. 

 

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