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Tellurian launches PGAP open season

US LNG export project developer, Tellurian, said its unit Permian Global Access Pipeline is conducting a binding open season to secure prospective shippers for its proposed PGAP project (PGAP).

Shell calls it quits at Baltic LNG project
The Hague-based LNG giant Shell has decided to drop out of the Gazprom-led Baltic liquefied natural gas project in the Leningrad region.

Chevron to buy Anadarko in $33 billion deal
US energy giant Chevron said on  Friday it plans to acquire US independent oil and gas producer and Mozambique LNG developer, Anadarko Petroleum, in a cash and stock deal valued at $33 billion.

Qatar Petroleum awards LNG expansion project deals
LNG giant Qatar Petroleum has awarded a number of contracts related to Qatar’s LNG expansion project designed to enhance its capabilities by increasing LNG production capacity from 77 to 110 million tons per year by 2024.

Papua LNG gas agreement signed
Total, operator of the Papua LNG project, ExxonMobil and Oil Search have signed a gas agreement with the government of Papua New Guinea, defining the fiscal framework for the Papua LNG project.

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