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GasLog takes delivery of recently acquired LNG carrier

Oct 4, 2013

International owner, operator, and LNG carrier managing firm GasLog Ltd. has taken delivery of the STX Frontier, a 2010-built, 153,600-cu m trifuel diesel electric LNG carrier from STX Pan Ocean LNG Pte. Ltd., Singapore.

Agreement advances planned Louisiana LNG plant

Oct 2, 2013

An agreement announced this week moves another proposed Gulf Coast LNG export project closer to reality.

Chevron, Tohoku Electric sign Wheatstone LNG agreement

Oct 2, 2013

Chevron Corp. has signed a binding, 20-year agreement with Tohoku Electric Power Co. for the supply of LNG from the Wheatstone project offshore Western Australia.

Alaska, major LNG financier in Japan sign agreement

Sep 30, 2013

Alaska's Department of Natural Resources and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation signed a memorandum of agreement to explore ways Alaska resources, particularly natural gas, might be developed and exported to Japan.

Pieces moving into place for Azerbaijan-to-Europe gas line

Sep 30, 2013

Prospects for completing a natural gas pipeline from Azerbaijan to Europe improved significantly in June when the Shah Deniz consortium selected the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) proposal as the project's final link, experts at a Sept. 13 Jamestown Foundation forum agreed.

Initial contracts awarded for Russian Far East LNG project

Sep 27, 2013

Rosneft and ExxonMobil Corp. have selected CB&I UK and Foster Wheeler Energy as contractors for initial phase front-end engineering and design (FEED) for a proposed Russian Far East LNG project.

Shell starts Prelude drilling

Sep 17, 2013

Royal Dutch Shell PLC has started drilling the first of its seven development wells in Prelude natural gas field in the Browse basin offshore Western Australia.

Study assesses 'critical uncertainties' of N. American gas

Sep 16, 2013

LNG exports and consumption of natural gas for power generation will strongly influence North American gas markets and movements through 2030 but remain "critical uncertainties," according to a new study.

Alaska, major LNG financier in Japan sign agreement

Sep 12, 2013

Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation signed a memorandum of agreement to explore ways Alaska resources, particularly natural gas, might be developed and exported to Japan.

DOE approves Dominion Cove Point LNG exports to non-FTA countries

Sep 11, 2013

The US Department of Energy approved Dominion Cove Point LP’s application to export LNG from its terminal in Calvert County, Md., to countries that do not have a free-trade agreement with the US.

Enagas increases stake in Chilean LNG terminal

Sep 4, 2013

Spain’s natural gas system operator Enagas has increased its stake in the Quintero LNG regasification terminal in Chile by buying a second 20% tranche from the BG Group, the company reported.

Fitch: MLPs likely to invest in US LNG export projects

Sep 2, 2013

Master limited partnerships (MLPs) are among a new set of players likely to invest in emerging US LNG export projects, Fitch Ratings said in recent report.

FRSU arrives on station off Italian port

Aug 29, 2013

The long-delayed floating LNG regasification and storage unit (FRSU) for the Italian port of Livorno has arrived on station 12 miles offshore, according to Fairmount Marine, whose tugs brought the vessel from its conversion yard in Dubai.

Inpex terminal receives first LNG shipment

Aug 27, 2013

Inpex Corp. saidInpex Corp. said the first LNG carrier for its Naoetsu LNG terminal arrived Aug. 27.

Woodside will use FLNG scheme to develop Browse basin fields

Aug 21, 2013

Woodside Energy Ltd., Perth, will recommend a floating LNG (FLNG) scheme to develop the three Browse gas fields Torosa, Brecknock, and Calliance, which lie off Western Australia about 264 miles north of Broome.

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