Transport - LNG

Temporary Shifts Vs. Fundamental Change: The Evolution Of LNG Markets

LNG sellers may push back, but Stratas Advisors says that momentum is clearly on the buyers' side and has been for some time.


Woodside CEO ‘OK’ With LNG Buyers’ Club, Hints At More Flexibility

Alliance aims to move away from long-term contracts and gain flexibility


Poland Considers Building Floating LNG Terminal By 2021

Second terminal on Baltic Sea presented as an alternative to a planned pipeline to Norway.


ICE To Offer First-Ever US LNG Futures Contract

The U.S. started exporting gas from the Lower 48 in February 2016, when the first vessel left Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana.


TransCanada Seeks Montney Pipe Approval Linked To Petronas LNG Terminal

Government approval will allow the company to start building most of the North Montney Mainline before Petronas decides whether to commit to the Pacific NorthWest LNG project.


Australia Threatens Gas Majors With ‘Action’ To Avert Domestic Shortage

ExxonMobil, Shell promise the government that natural gas will be available for domestic use.


Warning: Parts of Australia Face Power Crisis

Insufficient supply of natural gas could come as early as 2018-2019.


CERAWeek: Market Reform’s Role In Moving Molecules To Mexico

Mexico’s commitment to developing a natural gas pipeline system was based on economic sense and is expected to prime the country for growth.


Australia Needs More Gas For Power As Three New LNG Plants Open

However, the need for more gas for power has arisen just as three new LNG export plants have opened in the northeast, tripling gas demand and drawing supply out of the domestic market, Reuters reported.


Risks, Rewards For Private Equity In LNG Exports

As the U.S. begins to export crude oil and LNG the need for infrastructure, and the massive amount of capital and expertise required to build it, are attracting private-equity investors.


Floating LNG Production Bows Out As US Shale Surges

FLNG projects were popular with producers in the early-2010s when gas demand and prices were rising, and before the shale revolution unlocked U.S. oil and gas reserves that crushed global energy prices.


Cheniere Closes On $750 Million Credit Deal

Transaction made with nine financial institutions.