Transport - LNG

LNG Markets Must Prepare For Long-Term Changes

Despite growing global demand for LNG, prices have not followed suit because of its link with crude though abundant shale production in the U.S. might change that.

Emily Moser
2016/07/29

Golar LNG, Schlumberger Target Stranded Gas With New JV

The JV comes about six months after Golar and Schlumberger said they signed a memorandum of understanding.

2016/07/25

Argentina Buys Six LNG Cargoes In Tender Offer

Transaction levels for all cargoes were concluded above $6 per million British thermal units, Reuters reported.

Erin Pedigo
2016/07/22

Chevron Signs LNG Agreement With Chinese Energy Company

A subsidiary of the San Ramon, Calif.-based company signed an agreement with a JOVO subsidiary for the delivery of up to 0.5 million metric tons per annum of LNG over five years.

Emily Moser
2016/07/21

Changes Ahead For LNG Export Market

U.S., Australia to rule global LNG export market in the next decade, EIA conference panel says.

2016/07/20

Chevron: Australia's Gorgon LNG Plant To Resume Output Soon

After the shutdown on July 1, Chevron initially said production would restart in the "coming week." The plant has exported just two cargoes since its launch in March.

Emily Moser
2016/07/20

Cheniere's Sabine Pass LNG Plant To Close In September For Upkeep

The plant, which started-up in February and has exported 18 cargoes to date, can produce around 4.5 million tonnes of LNG per year from its one existing production line, known as train 1.

Emily Moser
2016/07/19

DOE: Non-FTA Countries Can Receive Additional Gas From Cameron LNG

All necessary consents and approvals must be completed; financing must be obtained; and a final investment decision must be reached, among other conditions, Sempra said. 

Erin Pedigo
2016/07/18

Japan Investigates Fairness Of LNG Contracts' Destination Clauses

Reuters reported that Japan, Europe, South Korea, China and India, which together account for about 80% of the world's total LNG imports, have jointly called for relaxing or abolishing the destination clauses.

Erin Pedigo
2016/07/14

Shell And LNG Canada Partners Delay Decision On Building British Columbia LNG Terminal

In its statement on July 12, the group of project participants said they could not confirm when the decision would be made, Reuters reported. 

Erin Pedigo
2016/07/12

US Closes In On Net Natural Gas Exports For First Time In 60 Years

By 2017, a combination of exports to Mexico and LNG shipments could help gas producers with natural gas to spare.

Darren Barbee
2016/07/12

Chevron's Gorgon LNG Export Plant Still Suspended After Leak

Gorgon had stored LNG and was still able to export its second ever cargo on July 3 aboard the Marib Spirit tanker, but there have been no exports since, Reuters reported.

Erin Pedigo
2016/07/12

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