Top news of the week June 23-28, 2014

SNC-Lavalin to Buy Kentz

SNC-Lavalin Group of Canada signed a deal to buy LNG engineering company Kentz for about 1.164 billion pounds ($1.98 billion) in cash.

Chevron: Developing Latest LNG Technology (VIDEO)

Chevron’s Global Technology Center in Perth, Australia collaborates with the Western Australian Energy Research Alliance to research, develop and deploy technology from the exploration to the production of liquefied natural gas.

Skangass Reports Bunkering Operation Incident

When bunkering Fjord Line’s MF Bergensfjord in Risavika on 9th May there was an LNG leakage in the connecting point between land and sea.

Shell to Supply LNG to PV Gas

PetroVietnam Gas (PV Gas) and Shell have signed a framework agreement on the supply of liquefied natural gas to the Thi Vai LNG terminal.

Inpex: Ichthys LNG Project 50 Pct Complete

Inpex said that the Ichthys LNG project has celebrated its most significant construction milestone to date after officially marking 50 percent completion.

LNG World News Staff, June 29, 2014; Image: Kentz

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