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Worker dies in Freeport LNG construction site incident

One worker lost his life in an accident at the Freeport LNG export facility located near Freeport, Texas.

USA: Dominion’s Cove Point ships first LNG export cargo

Dominion Energy’s Cove Point terminal in Maryland, the second US facility to produce LNG from shale gas, shipped its first cargo of the fuel on Friday.

Canada’s Pieridae Energy picks Goldboro LNG financial advisors

Canadian LNG project developer Pieridae Energy said Tuesday it hired Morgan Stanley & Co. and SG Americas Securities (Société Générale) to serve as financial advisors for its Goldboro LNG export project on the east coast of Canada.

Venture Global, Shell increase Calcasieu Pass LNG supply deal

Venture Global LNG and Shell have agreed to alter their existing sales and purchase agreement for the delivery of liquefied natural gas from the Calcasieu Pass export plant under development in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.

South Korea’s Samsung Heavy to build one LNG carrier

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries said on Monday it has won a deal for the construction of a 180,000-cbm liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier.

 

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