Curacao eyes construction of LNG import terminal

Curacao eyes construction of LNG import terminal

Curacao’s Refineria di Kòrsou (RdK) recently issued a request for proposals to build an LNG import and ...

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FortisBC seeking new supply deals for Tilbury LNG plant

FortisBC seeking new supply deals for Tilbury LNG plant

FortisBC said it is looking to find new customers for its Tilbury LNG facility following the termination of its ...

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Technip wins contract for SCT&E LNG project

Technip wins MSA for SCT&E LNG project

French engineering outfit Technip signed a master services agreement with SCT&E LNG for their proposed 12 mtpa LNG ...

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Chevron inks LNG deal with China’s JOVO

Chevron's Asia Vision LNG tanker (Image:Chevron)

U.S.-based oil and gas giant Chevron said it has signed a deal to supply liquefied natural gas to JOVO, a ...

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Hawaiian Electric withdraws LNG applications with PUC

Hawaiian Electric withdraws LNG applications with PUC

Hawaiian Electric Companies withdrew its application for the approval of its LNG supply deal with Fortis Hawaii ...

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U.S. LNG first to pass through expanded Panama Canal

Maran Gas Apollonia (Image courtesy of Maran Gas Maritime)

The 161,870-cbm Maran Gas Apollonia, chartered by the Hague-based LNG giant Shell, will be the first LNG tanker to ...

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Cheniere’s CEO buys shares

Cheniere's CEO buys shares

Jack A. Fusco, CEO of the Houston-based LNG export player Cheniere, bought 37,604 shares of the company’s stock on ...

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NASSCO floats out APT’s fourth LNG-ready tanker

NASSCO floats out APT's fourth LNG-ready tanker

The San Diego-based shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO floated out the fourth LNG ready ECO class tanker for ...

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Update: Sabine Pass LNG set for maintenance in September

Report: Sabine Pass LNG set for maintenance in September

U.S. LNG export player Cheniere will shut down its Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas export facility in Lousiana ...

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FERC gets Court's support on Dominion Cove Point ruling

FERC gets Court's support on Dominion Cove Point LNG ruling

The United States Court of Appeals rejected a joint appeal by environmental groups against orders by the Federal ...

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Alaskan governor names former BP man as oil and gas advisor

Alaskan governor names former BP man as oil and gas advisor

Alaska's governor Bill Walker on Monday appointed former BP executive John Hendrix as his chief advisor on oil and ...

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Cameron LNG wins additional non-FTA export approval

Cameron LNG wins additional non-FTA export approval

Sempra Energy informed that Cameron LNG has been granted authorization by the U.S. Department of Energy to export ...

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Fortis’ Hawaiian LNG deal runs into difficulties

Fortis' Hawaiian LNG deal runs into difficulties

Fortis' deal to supply liquefied natural gas to Hawaiian Electric Company for local power generation has hit a road ...

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Peru ships cargo to France

Peru ships cargo to France

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

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Chart names new president, COO

Chart names new president, COO

Ohio-headquartered LNG engineer, Chart Industries recently named William C. Johnson as the company's new president ...

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OSG to spin off its international unit

OSG to spin off its international unit

New York City-based Overseas Shipholding Group on Friday said it intends to spin off its international business ...

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Top news of the week July 11-16, 2016

Top news of the week July 11-16, 2016

Production at Chevron’s Gorgon LNG project still suspended Liquefied natural gas production at ...

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MARAD calls for comments on Delfin LNG DEIS

MARAD calls for comments on Delfin LNG DEIS

The Maritime Administration (MARAD), in cooperation with the U.S. Coast Guard and the Federal Energy Regulatory ...

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Port Arthur LNG to file formal application in September

Port Arthur LNG to file formal application in September

San Diego-based Sempra Energy and Australia’s Woodside plan to file their application for the Port Arthur LNG ...

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Former Applied LNG CEO forms new company

Former Applied LNG CEO forms new company

Cem Haciogly, who led Applied LNG from 2009 to 2015 started up a new company, Boreas Natural Gas, aiming to provide ...

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CLNG urges harmonization of LNG exports expediting bills

CLNG urges harmonization of LNG exports expediting bills

The United States Senate recently appointed members to a conference committee with the House of Representatives to ...

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Report: Argentina to stop LNG imports in six years

Report: Argentina to stop LNG imports in six years

Argentina is planning to stop LNG imports in the following years as the domestic gas production rises, according to ...

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EIA: US to become net natural gas exporter in H2 2017

EIA US to become net natural gas exporter in second half of 2017

The United States is expected to become a net exporter of natural gas during the second half of 2017 as pipeline ...

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Canada: NSE approves Bear Heads GHG management plan

Canada: NSE approves Bear Heads GHG management plan

Bear Head LNG, the unit of the Perth-based LNG Limited, on Tuesday, received the Nova Scotia Environment's approval ...

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LNG Canada FID delayed, again

LNG Canada FID delayed, again

Hague-based LNG giant Shell and its partners in LNG Canada project have again decided to postpone a final ...

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Petrobras says its oil, gas production hits record high

Petrobras says its oil, gas production hits record high

Petrobras informed its June oil and gas production was at 2.90 million barrels of oil equivalent per day, a new ...

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Mexico set for Peruvian LNG cargo

Mexico set for Peruvian LNG cargo

Peru’s only liquefaction facility at Pampa Melchorita dispatched another cargo of liquefied natural gas to Mexico ...

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