Top news of the week April 10-15

Top news of the week April 10-15
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Petronet, Petrobangla sign Bangladesh LNG terminal deal

India’s largest importer of liquefied natural gas, Petronet, signed a heads of agreement with Bangladesh Oil, Gas and Mineral Corporation (PetroBangla) for the construction of an LNG project in Bangladesh.

Australia: Curtis Island LNG projects ship 24 cargoes in March

The three liquefaction plants located on Curtis Island off Gladstone shipped a total of 24 cargoes during March 2017.

Singapore opens LNG truck loading station

Singapore LNG Corporation and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore launched the LNG truck loading facility at the SLNG terminal on Jurong island.

Australia raises LNG export forecast

The Australian government has raised its forecast for LNG exports for fiscal 2016-2017 to 53.1 million mt, according to the latest quarterly report by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.

Dominion requests permit to export Cove Point LNG commissioning cargoes

Dominion requested permission to export commissioning cargoes from its Cove Point liquefaction project being built at its existing LNG terminal in Calvert County, Maryland.

 

LNG World News Staff

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