Top news of the week March 6-11

Top news of the week March 6-11
Gorgon LNG Train 3, March 2016 (Image courtesy of Chevron)

Chevron says expects first LNG from Gorgon Train 3 in March

US-based energy giant Chevron expects to produce first liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the third liquefaction train of its giant Gorgon facility in Western Australia by the end of this month.

CSDC, Golar LNG agree sale and leaseback of Golar Crystal

China’s COSCO Shipping Development signed a 10-year sale and leaseback arrangement with the liquefied natural gas shipper Golar LNG.

Shell overtakes Woodside as Australia’s largest LNG producer

LNG giant Shell became Australia’s largest producer of the chilled fuel last year through its interests in the nation’s three largest projects, according to a monthly report by energy analyst, EnergyQuest.

Petronas gets 10-year LNG supply deal with Hokkaido Electric

Malaysian energy giant Petronas, through its unit Malaysia LNG, Signed a 10-yeal liquefied natural gas supply deal with the Japanese utility Hokkaido Electric Power.

Ophir: Fortuna FLNG remains on schedule for FID in mid-2017

London-based Ophir Energy on Thursday said it still expects to make a final investment decision on its Fortuna FLNG project in Equatorial Guinea in mid-2017.

 

LNG World News Staff

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