Top news of the week August 8-14, 2016

Golar Arctic in Jamaica (Image courtersy of JPS)
Golar Arctic in Jamaica (Image courtersy of JPS)

Report: ExxonMobil buys stake in Eni’s Mozambique LNG development

Italian oil and gas company Eni has reportedly sold a multi-billion dollar stake in its planned Mozambique LNG development to U.S.-based energy giant ExxonMobil.

Sempra: FID on Cameron LNG expansion project could be postponed

San Diego-based energy company and LNG operator Sempra Energy said that a final investment decision on the proposed Cameron LNG expansion project could be delayed beyond the first half of 2017.

Jamaica in LNG first

The 2003-built, 138,500-cbm Golar Arctic has arrived in Jamaica to serve as a floating storage unit supplying fuel for the country’s 120-megawatt power plant at Bogue, Montego Bay.

Shell’s Nigerian unit declares force majeure on gas supplies to NLNG

Shell Petroleum Development Company, a Nigerian unit of Shell has declared force majeure on gas supplies to the giant Nigeria LNG export facility located on Bonny Island.

Picture of the day: LNG bunkering at Port of Rotterdam

Terntank’s LNG-powered 15,000 DWT chemical tanker Ternsund is currently bunkering liquefied natural gas in the Port of Rotterdam.

 

 

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