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Indonesia approves Train 3 expansion of Tangguh LNG

Nov 5, 2012

Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and oil and gas executive agency BPMigas have approved expansion plans for BP PLC-operated Tangguh LNG in Papua Barat province in eastern Indonesia, according to BP.

Gorgon-Jansz LNG project partners clash over Train 4 timing

Nov 5, 2012

An ExxonMobil Corp. executive has reportedly disagreed with operator Chevron Corp. on the timing of the fourth train for the Gorgon-Jansz LNG project.

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Nov 5, 2012

International news for oil and gas professionals

BG to sell Queensland Curtis LNG stake to CNOOC

Oct 31, 2012

BG Group has signed a heads of agreement to sell interests in the Queensland Curtis LNG project in Australia to China National Offshore Oil Corp. for $1.93 billion and the sale of LNG.

Bonaparte FLNG project gets environment nod

Oct 30, 2012

The Bonaparte floating LNG (FLNG) project in the Bonaparte Gulf offshore northern Australia—as proposed by a joint venture of GDF Suez and Santos Ltd.—has received environmental approval from the federal government.

Realities temper China-Russia oil, gas cooperation, expert says

Oct 29, 2012

Changing markets and unanticipated transportation difficulties are making oil and gas cooperation between China and Russia harder to achieve, an expert told an Oct. 18 seminar at Johns Hopkins University's School for Advanced International Studies.

Trinidad and Tobago energy minister outlines LNG export changes

Oct 29, 2012

Trinidad and Tobago, a major LNG exporter in the Western Hemisphere, is changing its emphasis from spot sales to large Atlantic Basin customers to contracts with Caribbean and South American nations eager to move to gas from imported diesel and fuel oil for electricity generation, the country's energy minister said.

Niko sees scope for higher gas prices in India

Oct 24, 2012

Press reports indicate that India’s government has decided in principle that the price of gas from the D6 block offshore in the Krishna-Godavari basin can be raised, said minority owner Niko Resources Ltd., Calgary.

Canadian company floats LNG export from Nova Scotia

Oct 24, 2012

Pieridae Energy (Canada) Ltd. has announced plans to develop an LNG export plant in Goldboro, NS.

Trinidad and Tobago energy minister outlines LNG export changes

Oct 24, 2012

Trinidad and Tobago, a major LNG exporter in the Western Hemisphere, is changing its emphasis from spot sales to large Atlantic Basin customers to contracts with Caribbean and South American nations eager to move to gas from imported diesel and fuel oil for electricity generation, the country’s energy minister said.

OGJ Newsletter

Oct 22, 2012

International news for oil and gas professionals

Shona to supply gas for Colombia LNG project

Oct 22, 2012

Shona Energy Co. Inc., Calgary, said its Geoproduction Oil & Gas Co. of Colombia will supply gas from the company's Esperanza block in Colombia's Lower Magdalena basin to the planned Altenesol Nataly I LNG project in Cordoba Province.

Barclays: LNG seeing very slow growth so far in 2012

Oct 15, 2012

Data for the first 9 months of 2012, collected and published by Barclays Commodities Research, show the LNG market has grown very little year-on-year. Global LNG supply is less than 1% below last year’s levels at 243 billion cu m.

Gastech: Panelists debate market sustainability in light of shale gas

Oct 15, 2012

In several senses, security governed the discussion on the opening day at Gastech in London. Executive panels through the day explored various meanings of the word and implications of the concept.

Emphasize higher-value energy exports, EPRINC president recommends

Oct 10, 2012

Benefits from US energy exports are so obvious that policymakers should look beyond crude oil and LNG to higher-value petroleum products, a Washington energy observer suggested.

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