ConocoPhillips loss grows

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Houston-based energy giant ConocoPhillips reported a second-quarter net loss of $1.1 billion, compared with a net ...

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GasLog Partners post higher profit in Q2

GasLog Partners post 10 pct profit increase in Q2

GasLog Partners, a master limited partnership formed by GasLog, on Thursday reported a US$17.4 profit on IFRS basis ...

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Drewry says 65 more LNG tanker orders needed by 2020

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Shipowners will need to order an additional 65 vessels by 2020 to meet LNG shipping demand as new supplies are ...

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Gazprom considers small-scale LNG exports to China

LNG bunkering in the port of Rostock, Germany (Image courtesy of Gazprom Export)

Gazprom Export, the exporting arm of Russian gas giant Gazprom may build small-scale LNG plants in the ...

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Total’s profit down, LNG sales up

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French gas and oil giant Total reported on Thursday a drop of 30% in its adjusted net income in the second quarter ...

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Lake Charles LNG FID delayed

Lake Charles LNG FID delayed

Lake Charles LNG project in Louisiana in which Shell has a 100 percent capacity interest has been delayed, the LNG ...

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Saipem wins Tangguh LNG expansion contracts

Saipem wins Tangguh LNG expansion contracts

Italian oil and gas contractor, Saipem was awarded two contracts for onshore and offshore work in Indonesia on the ...

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Shell Q2 profit nosedives

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Hague-based LNG giant Shell posted on Thursday its second-quarter results revealing a sharp decline in its net ...

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The 7th Annual Floating LNG USA 2016

The 7th Annual Floating LNG USA 2016 will bring together over 65 speakers from every part of the FLNG value chain…

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LNGgc London

LNGgc 2016 has established itself as a prestigious LNG industry platforms in UK and Europe…

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World LNG & Gas Series: 8th Asia Pacific Summit

The 8th Annual World LNG & Gas Series: Asia Pacific Summit is back in September…

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Gas to Liquids

The volatile oil price has had a dramatic impact on the Gas to Liquids market and some large-scale projects’ operators have struggled to adapt to this unsteady landscape. Over the last 12 months, we have witnessed a few promising projects halt or even shut down altogether. However, whilst some doors have had to close, other doors are opening with interesting emerging markets on the new GTL field. A few companies have discovered ways to significantly reduce operating costs and prove to be commercially viable despite the current economic climate.

Against this backdrop, SMi’s 19th annual Gas to Liquids conference will discuss how GTL companies can work with the tumbling oil price and how they can build robust strategies and create effective alternative solutions to enable them to weather the storm. The programme will have a special focus on small-scale GTL projects, giving you the chance to hear first-hand success stories from leading GTL operators. The two-day event will provide the ideal platform for experts to discuss with peers what companies need in place in order to overcome today’s challenges, with leading industry figures dissecting cutting edge topics, including project financing, marketing of GTL projects and innovative alternative applications of GTL plants.

For more information and to register online, visit: www.gas-to-liquids.co.uk

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Technip’s revenue dips in Q2

Technip's revenue dips in Q2

Paris-based LNG engineer Technip on Thursday posted a 9.2 percent lower second-quarter revenue due to the oil and ...

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Connect LNG selects Indonesian, Australian representatives

Connect LNG selects Indonesian and Australian representatives

Connect LNG headquartered in Oslo on Thursday said it has selected two representatives in Jakarta and Melbourne to ...

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CB&I’s profit down

CB&I's profit down

The LNG engineer Chicago Bridge & Iron on Wednesday reported a second quarter net income of US$123.8 million, 26.9 ...

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Chevron to ship third Gorgon LNG cargo

Asia Excellence at the Gorgon plant (Image courtesy of Chevron)

Chevron’s US$54 billion Gorgon LNG project in Western Australia, one of the largest natural gas projects in the ...

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Statoil’s Q2 profit dips

Statoil's head office in Stavanger (Image: Statoil)

Norwegian energy giant and LNG operator Statoil posted a near 70 percent drop in its adjusted operating profit in ...

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LNG Gorskaya cleared to build LNG port in St. Petersburg

LNG Gorskaya cleared to build LNG port in St. Petersburg

LNG Gorskaya said it has been given a permit by the Federal Marine and River Transport Agency (Rosmorrechflot) to ...

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Novatek’s profit boosted by Yamal LNG stake sale

Novatek's profit boosted by Yamal LNG stake sale

Novatek of Russia on Wednesday informed its profit for the second quarter and the first half of 2016 jumped 9.6 ...

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BP’s British Merchant transits expanded Panama Canal

British Merchant transits expanded Panama Canal

BP’s British Merchant with a 135,500-cbm capacity is the second liquefied natural gas carrier to transit the ...

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Anadarko posts Q2 loss, Mozambique LNG moving forward

Offshore Mozambique (Image courtesy of Anadarko)

Woodlands-based Anadarko posted better-than-expected results for the second quarter of this year as the company ...

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NASSCO delivers LNG-ready Garden State to APT

General Dynamics NASSCO delivers LNG-ready Garden State to APT

San Diego-based shipbuilder, General Dynamics NASSCO on Monday delivered the third LNG-conversion-ready ECO Class ...

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Peru dispatches LNG cargo to China

Peru dispatches LNG cargo to China

Peru's only natural gas liquefaction and export facility at Pampa Melchorita shipped a cargo to China.

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South Hook LNG books first August cargo

South Hook LNG books first August cargo

South Hook liquefied natural gas terminal in the United Kingdom is set to receive the first August cargo from Qatar.

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SAAM puts two new tugs into service at GNL Quintero

SAAM puts two Robert Alan-designed tugs into service at GNL Quintero

Vessel designer Robert Alan said its RAstar 3200 class tugs named Yunco and Huairavo have been put into operation ...

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McDermott, N-KOM tie up on Qatari EPCI projects

McDermott, N-KOM tie up on Qatari EPCI projects

Engineering company McDermott signed a memorandum of understanding with Nakilat-Keppel Offshore Marine (N-KOM) to ...

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Gas Natural Fenosa posts lower H1 profit

Gas Natural Fenosa headquarters in Madrid (Image: GNF)

Spanish LNG operator Gas Natural Fenosa reported a lower net profit of 645 million euros ($709m) in the first half ...

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Cyprus: Statoil, Exxon, ENI interested in offshore gas

Cyprus says Statoil, Exxon, ENI, Total interested in offshore gas

Cyprus received expressions of interest from ENI, Total, Statoil, Exxon Mobil, Qatar Petroleum, and Cairn in a ...

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JBIC to fund LNG newbuild acquisition

JBIC to fund LNG newbuild acquisition

The Japan Bank for International Cooperation recently said it signed an agreement to provide funds for the ...

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ExxonMobil offer 'inadequate', former InterOil CEO says

ExxonMobil offer 'inadequate', former InterOil CEO says

Former InterOil CEO Phil Mulacek on Monday issued a comment on the recent ExxonMobil's US$2.5 billion offer to ...

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