Canada: CEAA resumes PNW LNG environmental review

Canada: CEAA resumes PNW LNG environmental review

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency has continued its review of the multi-billion dollar Petronas-led Pacific ...

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SEC adopts resource extraction payments disclosure act

SEC adopts act on disclosing payments to foreign governments

Oil, gas and mining companies in the United States will have to disclose payments to governments for the commercial ...

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U.S. clears Technip, FMC merger

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Paris-based LNG engineer Technip and Houston-based FMC Technologies said that the pending merger transaction ...

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QNB says LNG market to be oversupplied until 2020

Ras Laffan, Qatar (Image courtesy of Nakilat)

The liquefied natural gas (LNG) market is expected to be oversupplied over the next few years due to the start-up ...

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Dominion Cove Point LNG export project progresses (Gallery)

Dominion Cove Point LNG export project progresses (Gallery)

Construction of Dominion's Cove Point LNG export facility is 38 percent complete, according to the company's May ...

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Expanded Panama Canal open, first LNG transit in late July

Expanded Panama Canal open, first LNG transit in late July

The opening of the expanded Panama Canal paves the way for transit of liquefied natural gas carriers transporting ...

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Conrad Shipyard creates LNG unit

Conrad Orange Shipyard (Image courtesy of Conrad Shipyard)

US shipbuilder Conrad Shipyard said it has formed a new business unit focused on liquefied natural gas (LNG) ...

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Top news of the week June 20-25, 2016

Top news of the week June 20-25, 2016

MEI: LNG oversupply to stretch to 2024 The latest research by McKinsey Energy Insights (MEI) predicts the LNG ...

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NextDecade responds to Rio Grande LNG opponents

NextDecade responds to Rio Grande LNG opponents

NextDecade units, Rio Grande LNG and Rio Bravo Pipeline filed a letter with FERC responding to motions to ...

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EIA: Henry Hub price continues to rise

Construction works at  the Sabine Pass terminal (Image courtesy of Cheniere)

Natural gas spot prices at the Henry Hub in the United States are continuing to increase, the Energy Information ...

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Cheniere: works on Sabine Pass Train 2 progressing

Cheniere works on Sabine Pass Train 2 progressing

U.S. LNG export player Cheniere is moving forward with the construction of the second train at its Sabine Pass ...

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Columbia shareholders approve TransCanada merger

Columbia shareholders approve TransCanada merger

TransCanada Corporation said that Columbia Pipeline Group shareholders on Wednesday voted in favor of adopting the ...

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GasLog banks on FSRU potential

GasLog banks on FSRU potential

Monaco-based owner and operator of liquefied natural gas carriers, GasLog said it is continuing in developing its ...

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FERC approves Freeport LNG feeder pipeline construction

FERC approves Freeport LNG feeder pipeline construction

The United States regulator issued an order authorizing the expansion of its existing 129 system and the ...

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Alaska LNG sees first production in 2025

Alaska LNG files second draft resource reports

Alaska LNG project filed its second draft resource report with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission earlier in ...

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Spain set for more Peruvian LNG

Spain set for more Peruvian LNG

Peru's only liquefaction and export facility at Pampa Melchorita recently dispatched a cargo of LNG to Spain.

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DOE: Cheniere exported 10.01 Bcf of LNG in April

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Cheniere’s Sabine Pass liquefaction facility, the first of its kind to ship U.S. shale gas overseas, exported 10.01 ...

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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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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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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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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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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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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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ABS Group wins Elba Island liquefaction project job

ABS Group wins Elba Island liquefaction project job

Kinder Morgan has secured the services of ABS Group, a unit of the U.S. classification society, for the development ...

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Technip, FMC Technologies step forward with merger

Technip, FMC Technologies step forward with merger

Paris-based LNG engineer Technip and Houston-based FMC Technologies executed the business combination agreement ...

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Bear Head LNG’s licence approved by Governor in Council

Bear Head LNG's licence approved by Governor in Council

Liquefied Natural Gas Limited's unit, Bear Head LNG, received Governor in Council approval for its licence to ...

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