Tokyo Gas buys stake in U.S. shale gas field

Tokyo Gas

Japan’s Tokyo Gas said it has bought a 25 percent stake in a U.S. shale gas field located in the Webb and La ...

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Picture of the day: LNG STS transfer in Gibraltar

Picture of the day: LNG STS transfer in Gibraltar

Gibraltar Port Authority informed a liquefied natural gas ship-to-ship transfer was carried out in Gibraltar bay.

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Nuovo Pignone wins maintenance contract from Novatek

Nuovo Pignone wins maintenance contract from Novatek

Novatek of Russia secured the services of Nuovo Pignone for the maintenance of the equipment at the Yamal LNG plant ...

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BigRoll takes delivery of second Yamal LNG module carrier

BigRoll takes delivery of second Yamal LNG module carrier

BigRoll Shipping has recently taken delivery of the second vessel to transport modules to Novatek-operated Yamal ...

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LNG truck loading station plans at Sabine Pass cancelled

Cheniere cancels LNG truck loading station plans at Sabine Pass

Cheniere Energy recently filed a letter with the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission withdrawing its ...

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Gas Natural Rioja starts natural gas supplies to San Asensio

GNF: Gas Natural Rioja starts natural gas supplies to San Asensio

Gas Natural Fenosa recently informed its unit, Gas Natural Rioja began gas supplies to San Asensio, following the ...

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PGNiG: no spot LNG cargoes planned for July

PGNiG: no spot LNG cargoes planned for July

Polish Gas and Oil Company (PGNiG) has no plans to buy spot LNG during the month of July, according to its deputy ...

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Golar Power launched

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Golar LNG Limited said it has entered into a 50/50 joint venture with investment vehicles affiliated with New ...

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GasLog secures $1.05 bln LNG carriers refinancing

GasLog secures $1.05 bln LNG carriers refinancing

Monaco-based owner and operator of liquefied natural gas carriers, GasLog secured debt financing ofUS$1.05 billion ...

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MEI: LNG oversupply to stretch to 2024

MEI: LNG oversupply to stretch to 2024

The latest research by McKinsey Energy Insights (MEI) predicts the LNG oversupply could last until 2024, meaning ...

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Kogas posts lower sales in May

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South Korea’s Kogas, the world’s largest corporate buyer of LNG, reported a decline of 8.6 percent in its sales ...

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Egypt targets 120 cargoes in 2017

Egypt targets 120 cargoes in 2017, grabs 11 for June

The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding company (EGAS) could import up to 120 cargoes of liquefied natural gas in 2017.

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Saipem, Novatek to cooperate on LNG

Saipem, Novatek to cooperate on LNG

Italian LNG engineer Saipem signed an LNG partnership and cooperation agreement with Novatek, the developer of the ...

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Japan’s May LNG imports down, coal up

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Imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by world’s largest consumer of the chilled fuel, Japan dropped 4 ...

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Gazprom to push LNG use in Bolivia

Gazprom to push LNG use in Bolivia

Gazprom on Friday signed an agreement with the Bolivian ministry of hydrocarbons and energy and YPFB on broadening ...

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Shell puts revamped shale arm at heart of growth drive

Shell puts revamped shale arm at heart of growth drive

By Ron Bousso LONDON (Reuters) – Having turned round its North American shale business, Royal Dutch Shell is ...

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BP steps forward with Atoll gas discovery development

BP steps forward with Atoll gas discovery development

UK-based energy giant BP has sanctioned the development of the Atoll Phase One project, an early production scheme ...

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Qatari LNG cargo heading for South Hook

Qatari LNG cargo heading for South Hook

Liquefied natural gas cargo recently departed Qatar's Ras Laffan complex and set course for the UK's South Hook LNG ...

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Top news of the week June 13-18, 2016

Top news of the week June 13-18, 2016

KDB bankrolls U.S. FLNG project Korea Development Bank said it has agreed to provide US$1.5 billion for the ...

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Quartet to form Russian-based LNG tech manufacturer

Quartet to form Russian-based LNG tech manufacturer

A group of companies on Friday signed an agreement of intent to establish a Russian-based manufacturer of natural ...

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Tepco receives 2500th cargo at Higashi-Ogishima LNG terminal

Tepco receives 2500th cargo at Higashi-Ogishima LNG terminal

Japan's largest utility, Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) recently reached a milestone with the 2,500th LNG delivery to ...

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SCF secures financing for first Arctic LNG carrier

SCF secures financing for first Arctic LNG carrier

Sovcomflot has on Friday signed a US$260 million 13-year loan agreement with VTB Bank to finance the construction ...

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Poland officially joins club of LNG importers

Al Nuaman (Image courtesy  of Polskie LNG)

Poland has officially joined the club of worldwide LNG importing nations with the arrival of the first commercial ...

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Gazprom continues LNG discussions with Gasunie

Gazprom continues LNG discussions with Gasunie, eyes supplies to India

Russian giant Gazprom on Friday extended its list of companies it engaged with in talks on cooperation in the ...

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Nova Scotia seeks comments on GHG emissions from LNG plants

Canada Nova Scotia starts consultations on GHG emissions from LNG plants

The Canadian province of Nova Scotia opened consultations on its approach to managing the greenhouse gas emission ...

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Russia: Sakhalin Energy launches tender for 3rd LNG train

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Sakhalin Energy, the operator of Russia’s only LNG plant, has on Thursday launched a tender for the construction of ...

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UK's Grain LNG terminal to get reloaded cargo from Belgium

Asia Vision (Image courtesy of Chevron)

Chevron’s Asia Vision LNG tanker is set to deliver a reloaded cargo of the chilled fuel to UK’s Grain LNG ...

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