SCF's ice-breaking LNG carrier arrives in South Korea

Sovcomflot’s LNG tanker Christophe de Margerie, the world’s first ice-breaking LNG vessel, has arrived in ...

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Origin Energy reports $2.2 billion net loss

Origin Energy reports $2.2 billion net loss, suspends dividend

Australia's Origin Energy reported a $2.2 billion loss for its full year 2017, driven by write-downs totalling $3.1 ...

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Australia’s July LNG exports jump above 5.4 million mt

Australia's July LNG exports jump above 5.4 million mt

Australian LNG exports in July reached a record level of 5.4 million tons, 0.5 million tons above the volumes ...

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Cheniere in China LNG move

US liquefied natural gas (LNG) export player Cheniere Energy is preparing to open an office in China, currently the ...

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South Korea boosts July LNG imports

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports into South Korea, the world’s second-largest buyer of the fuel, rose by 41.6 ...

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Santos flags $690 mln impairment charge

Santos flags $690 million impairment charge

Australian LNG operator and stakeholder, Santos, expects to book a $690 million impairment charge for the first ...

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Machinemonitor wins Ichthys LNG electrical testing job

Machinemonitor wins Ichthys LNG electrical testing job

Machinemonitor, part of the MM Group of companies, has been contracted to provide high-voltage electrical testing ...

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Australia: Santos to deliver GLNG gas to domestic market

Australia: Santos to deliver GLNG gas to domestic market

Australian LNG player Santos has signed a deal with Engie to supply natural gas to the Pelican Point power station, ...

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Inpex: Ichthys LNG’s FPSO arrives in Australia

Inpex: Ichthys LNG's FPSO arrives in Australia

The Inpex-operated Ichthys LNG Project's floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) facility, the Ichthys ...

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APPEA calls for focus on LNG export benefits

APPEA calls for focus on LNG export benefits

The Reserve Bank of Australia said that LNG exports are expected to contribute almost 0.5 percentage point to GDP ...

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South Korea’s Kogas posts decline in July domestic sales

South Korea’s Kogas, the world’s second-largest corporate buyer of LNG, reported a 2.4 percent decrease in its ...

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AGL Energy selects site for Australian LNG import terminal

AGL Energy selects site for LNG import terminal

AGL Energy, Australia’s second-largest power and gas retailer, picked Crib Point (Western Port) in Victoria as the ...

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Origin to take A$815 million APLNG hit

Origin to take A$815 million APLNG hit

Australia's Origin Energy expects to book an impairment charge of approximately A$1.2 billion ($945.3 million) for ...

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Consortium to build Woodside's new Karratha accommodation

Woodside picks consortium to build new Karratha accommodation facility

A consortium comprising DIF, Multiplex, Compass Group and Brookfield Financial has been contracted to build and ...

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Cheniere narrows losses in second quarter

Cheniere narrows losses in second quarter

US LNG export player Cheniere narrowed its net loss from $298 million in the second quarter of 2016 to $285 million ...

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Australia: Gladstone LNG exports up in July YoY

LNG exports from the three liquefaction plants located on Curtis Island offshore Gladstone reached 1.68 million mt ...

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SRG secures Kuwait LNG storage tanks job

SRG secures Kuwait LNG storage tanks job

Australian services company, SRG Limited has been contracted by Hyundai Engineering and Construction to ...

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Woodside hits gas off Myanmar

Woodside hits gas off Myanmar

Australian LNG player, Woodside made a third gas discovery in the Southern Rakhine Basin, located offshore Myanmar.

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Top news of the week July 31 – August 5

Shell to axe 400 jobs The Hague-based LNG giant Shell could cut approximately 400 jobs as it continues its ...

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AMWU to fight alleged bullying at Wheatstone LNG worksite

AMWU to fight alleged bullying at Wheatstone LNG worksite

Bechtel's worksite manager at Chevron's Whetstone LNG project has come under fire for alleged bullying on multiple ...

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Indian Oil Corp boosting LNG business

India's biggest refiner, Indian Oil Corp, is rapidly expanding its presence in the liquefied natural gas business ...

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Japan's LNG imports to drop in the next 2 years

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports into Japan, the world’s largest buyer of the fuel, are expected to ...

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HR Wallingford delivers Prelude FLNG tow simulation

HR Wallingford delivers Prelude FLNG tow simulation

UK-based civil engineering and environmental hydraulics organisation, HR Wallingford, created a navigation ...

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Mangolia LNG executes servitude deal with Turners Bay

Mangolia LNG executes servitude deal with Turners Bay

Liquefied Natural Gas Limited's unit Magnolia LNG executed a dredging servitude agreement with Turners Bay, for the ...

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China’s LNG imports continue to go up

China’s imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are continuing to rise and they were up 38 percent in June ...

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Origin production boosted by APLNG ramp-up

Origin production boosted by APLNG ramp-up

Australia's Origine Energy posted rising production for the June quarter as well year on year, on the back of ...

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Top news of the week July 24-29

Top news of the week July 24-29

Video: Shell’s Prelude FLNG arrives in Australian waters Shell’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) ...

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