Transport - LNG

Leading LNG Importers Ease Up On The Gas

Japan, South Korea cut back on LNG imports, but emerging Asian markets increase demand, EIA says.

2016/08/24

PNG LNG Partners Consider Multiyear Spot Cargo Deals

Marketing for PNG LNG is handled by ExxonMobil for all the partners, Reuters reported.

Erin Pedigo
2016/08/23

Mexico’s Open For Business

U.S. firms across the value chain can take advantage of opportunities that will emerge from Mexico’s energy reform, say experts at EnerCom.

2016/08/23

EthosEnergy Receives Magnolia LNG Operations, Maintenance Contract

The draft environmental impact statement was released on July 17, according to the Aug. 23 press release.

Erin Pedigo
2016/08/23

Tanzania's President Orders LNG Export Terminal Fast-Tracked

Reuters reported that, according to the Tanzanian government, once completed, the LNG plant would have an expected economic lifespan of more than 40 years.

Erin Pedigo
2016/08/22

Chevron, KBR Sued Over $1.4 Billion Gorgon LNG Construction Dispute

The Australian construction company, CIMIC Group, is seeking as much as A$1.86 billion (US$1.42 billion) regarding the dispute over the Western Australian project's jetty.

Emily Moser
2016/08/22

Australia's Gladstone Plant Cuts Output On Weak LNG Prices

Woodside Petroleum, which is Australia's biggest LNG producer, said output cuts at Gladstone LNG would not have a huge impact on the LNG market, Reuters reported.

Erin Pedigo
2016/08/19

Thailand's PTT Will Boost LNG Imports In 2017

Thailand currently has a long-term contract with Qatar for supplies of up to 2 million tonnes of LNG per year, Reuters reported.

Erin Pedigo
2016/08/18

The Future Of US LNG...Imports

While commissioning of export trains sparks celebrations, the U.S. remains an importer of LNG.

2016/08/16

Cheniere Looks To Build Off Solid First Half Of 2016

2016 hasn’t been outstanding for many in the oil and gas industry, but Cheniere Energy counts it as a success. 

Frank Nieto
2016/08/12

LNG Prices Slump On Pacific Supply, Muted Nigeria Impact

As short-covering demand by trading firms lessens, supplies are having to fall back on relatively thin end-user demand, helping explain price declines, another trader said, Reuters reported.

Erin Pedigo
2016/08/12

New World: Mideast, North Africa To Lead In LNG Import Demand

Despite massive natural gas reserves, the Middle East-North Africa region lags in production and is primed for a bump in LNG imports.

2016/08/09

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