Top news of the week December 1-6

Top news of the week December 1-6

GE’s technology selected for LNG Canada project

GE Oil & Gas on said that LNG Canada has selected its technology for the proposed gas liquefaction plant in Kitimat, British Columbia.

Petronas pushes back Pacific NorthWest LNG FID

Malaysia’s Petronas and its partners decided to defer the Pacific NorthWest LNG project’s C$36 billion final investment decision.

Brazil to get two new LNG terminals

Following a government auction Bolognesi Group of Brazil will build two LNG receiving terminals and associated power plants in the states of Pernambuco and Rio Grande do Sul.

Shell invests in LNG bunkering

Oil and Gas giant Shell said it has taken a new step in progressing the use of LNG as fuel by contracting STX Offshore & Shipbuilding to build an LNG bunker vessel.

Teekay, Shell sign charter deals for five LNG newbuilds

Subsidiaries of Teekay LNG Partners and Royal Dutch Shell entered into time-charter contracts for five newbuild LNG carriers.

 

LNG World News Staff

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