Top news of the week November 24-29

Top news of the week November 24-29

Samsung C&T awarded LNG terminal contract in Johor

Samsung C&T, with its partner Science-Tech Solutions, has been awarded a contract by Petronas Gas, a subsidiary of national oil company Petronas, to build a re-gasification terminal in Johor, Malaysia.

Thirteen Gladstone LNG cargoes pre-sold

Australia’s Santos in its investor briefing revealed it has already pre-sold 13 commissioning cargoes from its Gladstone LNG project on Curtis Island.

MHI develops new type of LNG carrier

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries said it has completed development of the Sayaringo STaGE, a next-generation LNG carrier.

Kogas to cut spot LNG cargo purchases

Kogas of South Korea decided to buy fewer spot LNG cargoes in the near future due to the lower domestic demand.

Freeport LNG starts construction after closing financing

Freeport LNG said it closed on debt and equity financing commitments of approximately $11 billion in capital required for the development of the initial two trains of its liquefaction facility on Quintana Island near Freeport, Texas.

 

LNG World News Staff

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