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.


PNG LNG Partners Consider Multiyear Spot Cargo Deals

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

Erin Pedigo

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.


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

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

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

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

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

The Future Of US LNG...Imports

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


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

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

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.