Top news of the week May 23-28, 2016

Angola LNG re-starts production

The Chevron-led $10 billion Angola LNG project has started producing chilled gas with first cargoes to be available soon on a tender, the project’s spokeswoman told LNG World News on Tuesday.

Shell to slash more jobs

LNG giant Royal Dutch Shell said it will increase the number of job cuts by at least 2,200 to ensure the company is competitive in a ‘lower for longer’ oil price environment.

BP cuts investment in Tangguh’s third LNG train

UK-based energy giant BP has decided to cut the investment in its Tangguh Train 3 expansion due to low oil prices, according to BP Indonesia country head Dharmawan Samsu.

Cheniere’s Corpus Christi LNG project moves ahead (Gallery)

U.S. LNG export player Cheniere Energy recently informed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that its Corpus Christi liquefaction project has reached 33.5 completion.

Golden Pass LNG to export first cargo by 2021?

State-owned Qatar Petroleum could begin exporting liquefied natural gas from its Golden Pass project near Sabine Pass, Texas in 2021, according to Abdullah al-Attiyah, a government advisor on energy issues.


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