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Pipeline, CNG top Cyprus gas export options

Nov 3, 2014 Pipeline and CNG are the best options for exporting natural gas production from Cyprus to relatively close markets in terms of both initial cost and probable benefits. LNG, meanwhile, would only be...

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...

Rio Grande LNG plant, gas pipeline granted FERC pre-filing status

Mar 25, 2015 NextDecade LLC has received notification from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of acceptance into the pre-filing process for its 27-million tonne/year Rio Grande LNG liquefaction plant a...

Production from Pluto LNG plant shut following Cyclone Olwyn

Mar 16, 2015 Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has temporarily shut-in production at its Pluto LNG plant after the Atwood Osprey submersible drilling rig drifted near Pluto flowlines during Cyclone Olwyn, which impacted ...

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Mar 16, 2015

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Maritime transportation is moving toward LNG, Brookings speakers say

Mar 16, 2015

Maritime industries' use of LNG instead of diesel to fuel its vessels is changing from potential to reality, speakers agreed at a Mar. 3 discussion at the Brookings Foundation.

Western Australia's EPA gives nod for Gorgon LNG fourth train

Mar 16, 2015

The Environmental Protection Authority of Western Australia (EPAWA) has approved plans for expansion of the Gorgon-Jansz LNG project on Barrow Island into a fourth train.

More pragmatism urged for developing Eastern Mediterranean gas

Mar 9, 2015 Eastern Mediterranean nations should abandon inflated expectations and adopt more realistic approaches to developing their natural gas resources, speakers recommended at a Feb. 19 Brookings Institu...

Maritime transportation is moving toward LNG, Brookings speakers say

Mar 5, 2015 Maritime industries’ use of LNG instead of diesel to fuel its vessels is changing from potential to reality, speakers agreed at a Mar. 3 discussion at the Brookings Foundation. New ship, barge, and...

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Global LNG: Adjusting to New Realities

Oil & Gas Journal’s March 20, 2015, webcast will look at how global LNG trade will be affected over the next 12-24 months by falling crude oil ...
Mar 20, 2015
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The Future of US Refining

Oil & Gas Journal’s Feb. 6, 2015, webcast will focus on the future of US refining as various forces this year conspire to pull the industry in ...
Feb 6, 2015

US HYDROCARBON EXPORTS Part 3 — LNG

US LNG Exports, the third in a trilogy of webcasts focusing on the broad topic of US Hydrocarbon Exports. A discussion of the problems and potentia...
Nov 14, 2014

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