Brittany Ferries lays keel for LNG ferry

Brittany Ferries lays keel for LNG ferry

French shipping company Brittany Ferries held a keel laying ceremony for its LNG-fueled cruise ferry, named ...

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Skangas agrees LNG supply deal with Finnsementti

Skangas agrees LNG supply deal with Finnsementti

Finnish LNG company Skangas and cement manufacturer Finnsementti have a deal for the supply of LNG to the Raahe ...

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Cheniere seeks Corpus Christi LNG train 1 feed gas permit

Cheniere seeks Corpus Christi LNG train 1 feed gas permit

US LNG exporter Cheniere is moving ahead with its Corpus Christi liquefaction project as it requested FERC's permit ...

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Rising production bumps Woodside’s first-half profit

Rising production bumps Woodside's first-half profit

Australia’s Woodside Petroleum on Wednesday reported an 11 percent rise in its half-year profit as production and ...

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Anadarko names new executive vice president

Anadarko names new executive vice president

Woodlands-based Anadarko Petroleum named Amanda McMillian as executive vice president and general counsel, with ...

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Nord Stream 2 gets final regulatory permit in Russia

Nord Stream 2 gets final regulatory permit in Russia

Nord Stream 2, the developer of a pipeline to supply Russian natural gas to the EU market through the Baltic Sea, ...

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Meyer Werft readies world's first LNG liner for float-out

Meyer Werft readies world's first LNG liner for float-out

Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg is ready to float out the world's first LNG-fueled cruise ship, the AIDAnova from ...

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Environmental groups oppose new Shannon LNG permit

Environmental groups oppose Shannon LNG planning permit extension

Shannon LNG terminal proposed for the Shannon estuary has come under more opposition from the environmental ...

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Trinidad and Tobago’s LNG production continues to rise

Trinidad and Tobago’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) production increased 32.4 percent year-on-year in June to 2.52 ...

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Melbana completes Beehive 3D seismic survey

Melbana completes Beehive 3D seismic survey

Australian independent oil and gas company, Melbana Energy, said it has completed the 3D seismic survey of the ...

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Annova LNG project hits hump as USACE withdraws application

Annova LNG project hits hump as USACE withdraws application

The United States Corps of Engineers has decided to discard the Annova LNG permit application for its liquefied ...

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South Korea’s July LNG imports rise slightly

South Korea, the world’s second buyer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), received 2.75 million tonnes of LNG in ...

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Zeebrugge LNG books Qatari cargo for end-August

Zeebrugge LNG books Qatari cargo for end-August

Zeebrugge liquefied natural gas terminal operated by Fluxys has booked a cargo from Qatar for the end of the month. 

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Wood extends subsea integrity management network

Wood extends subsea integrity management network

UK-based services provider Wood said it has launched a new phase of the subsea integrity management industry ...

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PetroChina to dump US spot LNG in fear of tariffs

PetroChina to dump US spot LNG in fear of tariffs

State-owned PetroChina could pull the plug on winter spot LNG cargo purchases from the United States amidst the ...

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Hapag-Lloyd to convert large containership to LNG

Hapag-Lloyd to convert large container ship to LNG

German-based liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyd is set to start two pilot projects as it looks to comply with the ...

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China plans to boost use of LNG as marine fuel

China plans to boost use of LNG as marine fuel

Chinese Ministry of Transport issued a call to the relevant authorities and Chinese companies to pitch in opinions ...

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South Korea’s Kogas boosts July sales

South Korea’s Kogas, the world’s second-largest corporate buyer of LNG, reported a 10.5 percent increase in its ...

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Cheniere, CPC Corp ink 25-year LNG supply deal

Cheniere, CPC Corp ink 25-year LNG supply deal

Houston-based LNG exporter Cheniere Energy signed a liquefied natural gas sale and purchase agreement with Taiwan's ...

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Santos moves to add more natural gas to domestic market

Santos moves to add more natural gas to domestic market

Australian LNG player Santos added a fourth rig to its Cooper Basin operations as it looks to provide more natural ...

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Top news of the week August 6-11

Tellurian putting together Driftwood LNG pieces The Houston-based LNG export project developer Tellurian is moving ...

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Drewry: LNG spot charter rates up as vessel supply tightens

Drewry: LNG spot charter rates shoot up on short vessel supply

LNG charter rates during the summer of 2018 remained strong while the rates for spot charters bumped up during the ...

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Zeebrugge books Qatari LNG cargo as activity picks up

Zeebrugge books Qatari LNG cargo as activity picks up

Zeebrugge liquefied natural gas terminal operated by Fluxys is scheduled to receive a cargo from Qatar later in the ...

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Australia: APLNG to undergo maintenance in September

The Australia Pacific liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant located on Curtis Island in Queensland will ...

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Toshiba to offload its US LNG business

Toshiba to offload its US LNG business

Japanese conglomerate Toshiba is reportedly looking to shed its US liquefied natural gas business as talks have ...

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Cheniere dismisses US-China ‘trade war’ impact

Cheniere dismisses US-China trade war impact

US LNG exporter Cheniere said that the ongoing trade tussle between the United States and China will not have any ...

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Mexico’s Énestas joins LNG bunkering coalition

Mexico's Énestas joins LNG bunkering coalition

SEA\LNG, the coalition promoting the use of LNG as a marine fuel has been joined by Mexico-based Énestas to its ...

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