Top News of The Week March 10-15, 2014

Chevron: Gorgon LNG Project 78 Percent Complete

Chevron said on Tuesday that the company’s US$54 billion Gorgon LNG project in Australia is 78 percent complete, with 65 percent of the LNG already committed under long-term contracts.

Hawaii Gas Gets LNG Approval

Macquarie Infrastructure Company said that its Hawaii Gas business has received approval from the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (HPUC) to land containerized liquefied natural gas in Hawaii. The decision by the HPUC was issued on March 6, 2014.

BG Group’s LNG Model (VIDEO)

BG Group posted a video in which the company’s President for Global LNG and Oil Marketing Steve Hill talks about BG’s unique LNG portfolio model.

Panel Recommends Environmental Approval for Goldboro LNG Terminal

An environmental assessment panel has recommended a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Goldboro should proceed, with a number of conditions.

Canada Stewart Energy Submits LNG Export Request

Canada Stewart Energy Group is the latest proponent to submit a liquefied natural gas export license application with Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB).

LNG World News Staff, March 16, 2014; Image: Chevron

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