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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.

Shona to supply gas for Colombia LNG project

Oct 10, 2012

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

Gastech: Panelists debate market sustainability in light of shale gas development

Oct 8, 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.

Lack of sufficient gas discoveries halt Snohvit expansion plans

Oct 2, 2012

Norwegian producer Statoil ASA and its partners have cited lack of sufficient natural gas discoveries in the Snohvit license area in the Barents Sea as the main reason for the decision to halt any plans to expand the project.

ALASKA IN-STATE PIPELINE—1: Study confirms feasibility of in-state Alaskan gas pipeline

Oct 1, 2012

Construction of an Alaska in-state natural gas pipeline is feasible at any of three flow rate scenarios: 500 MMcfd, 750 MMcfd, and 1,000 MMcfd. Selection of a particular rate depends on specific conditions and perspectives, but the results of the study underlying this article show that building an Alaska in-state gas pipeline is reasonable for all three, assuming a 30-year operating life.

AGRI Black Sea LNG project lets feasibility study to Penspen

Sep 26, 2012

AGRI LNG Project Co. SRL, the project company for the AGRI Project, has let a feasibility study to Penspen Ltd. for the Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania-Hungary Natural Gas Interconnector Project (AGRI).

Western House members urge Chu to move faster on LNG exports

Sep 26, 2012

Sixteen western US House members asked Sec. of Energy Steven Chu to move forward on his department’s review of federal policies covering LNG exports and approve pending liquefaction and export terminal applications.

Chevron confirms a fourth LNG train for Gorgon project

Sep 26, 2012

Chevron Corp. reported that a fourth train will be constructed as part of the Gorgon LNG project on Barrow Island, Western Australia. Geryon field, discovered in 2001, and Chandon field, discovered in 2006, will supply the new 5.2 million tonne/year capacity LNG train.

Gazprom, Summa Group eye LNG bunker fuel

Sep 21, 2012

Gazprom and Summa Group have signed a memorandum of understanding indicating their intent to use LNG as a bunker fuel for marine vessels, including those owned and operated by Summa Group, an engineering, construction, and logistics conglomerate based in Moscow.

Yamal LNG to use BASF gas purification technology

Sep 18, 2012

Yamal LNG OAO will us BASF’s technology for removing carbon dioxide from natural gas, reported BASF.

Chilean LNG terminal to undergo $30 million expansion

Aug 30, 2012

GNL Quientero, operator of the first LNG terminal to serve the Chilean market, will expand its regasification capacity by 50%, adding a third train to reach about 4.43 million tonnes/year (tpy).

Gazprom: Shtokman project on indefinite hold

Aug 30, 2012

Gazprom has further darkened hope for the ambitious development of Shtokman gas-condensate field in the Barents Sea by turning a 3-year delay into an indefinite postponement (OGJ Online, Feb. 8, 2010).

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