Top news of the week April 29-May 4

Top news of the week April 29-May 4
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BP Shipping adds six LNG carriers to its fleet

BP Shipping added six new liquefied natural carriers to its fleet following a $1.3 billion ship build project.

Australia: Port Kembla FSRU project gets planning approval

The New South Wales government has given planning approval for Australian Industrial Energy to construct the gas terminal at Port Kembla, the first LNG import terminal in the state.

Anadarko restarts talks with Occidental

Anadarko Petroleum intends to resume negotiations with Occidental Petroleum in response to the latter’s proposal to acquire Anadarko.

NextDecade’s Rio Grande LNG issued final EIS by FERC

NextDecade informed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued the final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for its Rio Grande liquified natural gas (LNG) project in Brownsville.

Shell CFO: first Prelude LNG cargo set for Q2

The Hague-based LNG giant Shell expects to ship its first cargo of the chilled fuel from its giant Prelude floating LNG facility located offshore Western Australia.


LNG World News Staff

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