The Hague-based energy giant Shell said it is postponing final investment decision on its multi-billion LNG Canada project in British Columbia to late 2016.
The Chevron-operated $10 billion Angola LNG project is expected to ship its first cargo of chilled gas in the second quarter of this year after starting recommissioning process.
Oil and gas giant Chevron confirmed Friday it has delayed first LNG cargo from its US$29 billion Wheatstone project in Australia.
French energy giant Total said Tuesday it has signed long-term LNG sale and purchase agreements with state-owned Indonesian company Pertamina.
The Sakhalin-2 project is reportedly experiencing production problems at its 9.6 mtpa LNG export facility located on Sakhalin Island, in Russia’s Far East region.
LNG World News Staff