The completion of the Gorgon and Wheatstone LNG projects in Western Australia has helped the state overtake Queensland’s Curtis Island in terms of LNG exports last month.
Indonesia last week signed major LNG export agreements with Bangladesh and Pakistan as the two importers looked to secure long-term LNG volumes.
Mumbai-based gas firm H-Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japan’s Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) to develop an FSRU or FSU off West Bengal.
The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation’s (AGDC) proposed US$43 billion LNG export project has again slipped behind schedule.
The Russian government has allowed Gazprom to sell natural gas to LNG exporters at unregulated prices from January 1, 2018. The move is seen as a move to counter growing competition from the US...
India’s Petronet LNG has agreed to a new pricing mechanism for its 20-year deal to import 1.44 million tpy of LNG form Australia’s Gorgon LNG project in a bid to reduce the price it pays.
The International Energy Agency’s forecast that demand for natural gas in the Middle East could double from current levels by 2040 means that US LNG exporters, now only at the beginning of...
Cheniere Energy is to stop disclosing details of its future LNG customer contracts after several years, claiming that the data is commercially sensitive.
Sharjah National Oil Corp. (SNOC) has pushed back its plan to import LNG using an FSRU from early to late 2019.
Australia’s number two gas producer Santos is transforming itself from a company that was recently swimming in debt to one that is luring bids for a takeover.
Royal Dutch Shell has expanded its marine LNG bunkering network by signing a long-term charter deal with Q-LNG Transport for an LNG bunker barge through its subsidiary Shell Trading (US).
Dominion Energy plans to begin production at its Cove Point LNG export terminal in Maryland this month, bringing nearer its looming status as the second US LNG exporter after Cheniere Energy.
Turkey is to take delivery in November of Mitsui OSK Lines’ (MOL) Challenger FSRU.
Two US Republican senators, Bill Cassidy from Louisiana and Marco Rubio from Florida, are proposing to fast-track the approval process for companies that want to export small-scale volumes of LNG...
Japan this week announced that it would make US$10 billion available for investment in government and private joint initiatives to support the expansion of the LNG industry throughout Asia.