Transport - LNG

LNG Developer NextDecade Finalizes Merger With Harmony

The new NextDecade entity will trade on NASDAQ under NEXT.

Petronas Pulls Plug On Pacific Northwest LNG Project

The company blames market conditions, while some analysts wonder if it’s a simple case of a missed opportunity.

Canada Struggles To Get Its LNG Moving

British Columbia’s LNG challenges may prove to have significant consequences for Alberta’s ambitions to grow its petrochemical sector.

Australia Hits Record LNG Export Milestone

Australian LNG exports are projected to grow in the 2017-2018 financial year.

IEA: US On Track To Be World's No. 2 LNG Exporter By 2022

The U.S. is on track to have capacity to become the world's second largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by the end of 2022, just behind Australia and ahead of Qatar, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.


Qatar’s LNG Dominance Not A Sure Thing

Stratas Advisors sees an aggressive strategy by Qatar to fend off challenges to its LNG dominance by the US, Australia.

Stratas Advisors

Poland Expects Long-Term Deal For US LNG Supplies

Poland seeks U.S. LNG to replace Russian supplies by 2022.


Trump To Promote US Natural Gas Exports In Russia’s Backyard

Trump will discuss gas exports when meeting with European leaders.


Qatar Raises Gas Capacity Amid Gulf Dispute

Rise in Qatar gas capacity could give it edge over U.S.-based Cheniere in European and Asian markets.


LNG Price Row Between India, US Crimps Trump’s Export Aims

India LNG importer GAIL wants to renegotiate price terms with Cheniere.


South Korean Energy Group, GE Sign Deal To Jointly Develop US Shale Gas

The partnership with GE will help SK Group bring in U.S. LNG to South Korea as well as onsell it to other countries amid growing U.S. LNG exports, SK Group said in a statement.


Shell’s Prelude FLNG Facility Sets Sail From S. Korea For Australia

Shell’s Prelude FLNG expected to begin operations in 2018.



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