Japan’s February LNG imports climb almost 5 pct

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports into Japan, the world’s largest buyer of the chilled fuel, increased 4.8 ...

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EnerMech gets Prelude FLNG pre-commissioning job

EnerMech gets Prelude FLNG pre-commissioning job

Aberdeen-based engineer, EnerMech, has been awarded a pre-commissioning subcontract by Technip Oceania, a ...

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Video: Hoegh LNG launches its eighth FSRU

Norway-based floating LNG giant Höegh LNG has launched its eighth floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) ...

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Shell to drill more CSG wells in Queensland

Shell to drill more CSG wells in Queensland

Shell's Australian unit informed its QGC joint venture will contribute to the east coast gas market with the ...

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Chevron says Gorgon expansion is unlikely to happen

Chevron said Tuesday it has shipped fifty cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its troubled Gorgon project ...

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India boosts February LNG imports

India’s imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) rose 19.2 percent in February as compared to the same month a year ...

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South Korea’s Kogas testing Samcheok LNG tanks

South Korea’s Kogas said Monday that it started the commissioning process of three liquefied natural gas ...

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LNG Limited: Termpol review of Bear Head LNG completed

LNG Limited: Termpol review of Bear Head LNG completed

Perth-based Liquefied Natural Gas Limited said that Transport Canada's Termpol review committee completed the ...

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APPEA: South Australia moves to produce more natural gas

APPEA: South Australia moves to produce more natural gas

The South Australian government's plan for accelerating exploration gas grants will enable more gas to be delivered ...

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Taiwan’s LNG imports continue to rise

Taiwan, the world’s fifth largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyer, boosted its imports of the chilled fuel by 4.7 ...

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South Korea ups February LNG imports

South Korea, the world’s second-largest buyer of LNG, boosted its imports of the chilled fuel by 20 percent in ...

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New Western Australia Petroleum Minister named

Peter Tinley has been appointed by incoming West Australian premier Mark McGowan as new Mines and Petroleum ...

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Gladstone LNG projects agree to support domestic gas market

Australian PM secures Gladstone LNG projects' support to domestic gas market

Australia's prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has secured commitments from two of the three Curtis Island LNG ...

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Laing O’Rourke takes 800 workers off Ichthys LNG project

Laing O’Rourke takes 800 workers off Ichthys LNG project

UK-based LNG engineer Laing O'Rourke has pulled 800 of its workers from the Ichthys LNG storage tank project after ...

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Queensland LNG projects urged to help domestic gas market

Australia: Curtis Island LNG projects urged to help domestic gas market

Australia is in urgent need of new and diverse sources of gas supply into the domestic market, the country's ...

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WorleyParsons nets Chevron multi-regional deal

WorleyParsons nets Chevron multi-regional deal

Australian LNG engineering company WorleyParsons secured a long-term multi-regional agreement with Chevron for ...

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Top news of the week March 6-11

Top news of the week March 6-11

Chevron says expects first LNG from Gorgon Train 3 in March US-based energy giant Chevron expects to produce first ...

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Kogas Feb domestic sales rise 3 pct

South Korea’s Kogas, the world’s second-largest corporate buyer of LNG, reported a 3 percent increase in its ...

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Shell overtakes Woodside as Australia's largest LNG producer

LNG giant Shell became Australia’s largest producer of the chilled fuel last year through its interests in ...

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Chevron says expects first LNG from Gorgon Train 3 in March

US-based energy giant Chevron expects to produce first liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the third liquefaction ...

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Curtis Island LNG projects ship 50 cargoes in Jan-Feb

Australia: Curtis Island LNG projects ship 50 cargoes in Jan-Feb

The three liquefaction plants located on Curtis Island off Gladstone shipped a total of 50 LNG cargoes during the ...

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Amec Foster Wheeler scores Shell deal

British multinational consultancy and engineering company Amec Foster Wheeler said it has won a five-year deal with ...

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Armour Energy inks connection deal for gas supply to APLNG

Armour Energy inks connection deal for gas supply to APLNG

Armour Energy signed a connection agreement with APA Group, providing it access to the Roma Brisbane pipeline at ...

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Hyundai Heavy scores LNG tanker order

South Korean shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries said it has won an order to build a liquefied natural gas ...

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Top news of the week February 27-March 4

Top news of the week February 27-March 4

Oil tanker hits Q-Flex LNG carrier Al Khattiya off Fujairah Q-Flex LNG carrier Al Khattiya, owned by Nakilat of ...

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Australia: MUA, Inpex sign Ichthys LNG work arrangement

Australia: MUA, Inpex sign Ichthys LNG work arrangement

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) signed new work arrangements with Japanese energy giant Inpex on the $34 ...

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WorleyParsons clarifies Dar Group share acquisition

WorleyParsons clarifies Dar Group share acquisition

Australian LNG engineering company WorleyParsons clarified the recent acquisition of the company's shares by Dar ...

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