LNG News

LNG UPDATE: Global LNG pricing evolves; supply, demand struggle toward balance

Apr 1, 2013

Global LNG faced a number of problems as 2013 began. All reflect industry's growing pains; none responds to easy solution.

LNG UPDATE: Shale, East Africa plays could boost global LNG supplies

Apr 2, 2012 If global LNG players looked to 2011 for clarity about and even solutions to some of their most vexing problems—a global imbalance in supply and demand chief among them—the year must have disappoin...

LNG Ltd. reaches Fisherman’s Landing gas-supply, lease agreements

Oct 31, 2014 LNG Ltd.’s extended it agreement with Gladstone Ports Corp. for its Fisherman’s Landing LNG project (FLLNG) site lease through Mar. 31, 2016, with an option for another year. The company also signe...

Shell opens Darwin supply base for Prelude FLNG operations

Oct 31, 2014 Royal Dutch Shell PLC has opened a $29 million (Aus.) supply base in Darwin to support its coming operations for the Prelude floating LNG (FLNG) project in the Browse basin offshore Western Austral...

Latest EIA report lists mixed impacts from higher US LNG exports

Oct 30, 2014 Increased US LNG exports would raise natural gas prices and increase production, reduce end-users’ demand, push higher total primary energy use and related carbon dioxide emissions, and modestly in...

Construction begins on Cove Point LNG export project

Oct 30, 2014 Dominion Cove Point LNG LP has started construction on the Cove Point LNG export project on Chesapeake Bay near Lusby, Md., a month after the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorized buil...

Watching Government: Europe's 'gas stress test'

Oct 27, 2014 The European Commission quietly acknowledged the possibility of a Russian natural gas supply interruption amid unrest in Ukraine when its member countries put energy security measures it adopted in...

FEED contracts let for Tangguh LNG expansion in Indonesia

Oct 22, 2014 The BP PLC-led Tangguh partnership has let front-end engineering and design (FEED) contracts to two consortia for Train 3 of the $12-billion Tangguh LNG expansion project in Teluk Bintuni Regency o...

Russia likely to remain important European gas supplier, report says

Oct 20, 2014 Europe's natural gas supply mix likely won't change much without drastic policy interventions despite recent renewed concern over instability in Ukraine, a new Brookings Institution policy brief co...

Veresen appoints president, CEO for Jordan Cove LNG

Oct 17, 2014

Veresen Inc., Calgary, has named Elizabeth Spomer as president and chief executive officer of Jordan Cove LNG LLC and executive vice-president of Veresen.

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Sep 19, 2014
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