Top news of the week November 27-December 2

Top news of the week November 27-December 2
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Shell sees LNG export FID “in the next couple of years”

The Hague-based LNG giant Shell sees a bright future for the global liquefied natural gas industry, however, the company will think twice prior to taking a final investment decision for a new liquefaction project due to the market conditions.

Worker dies at Ichthys LNG onshore plant

A worker at the Inpex-led Ichthys LNG project’s onshore facility in Bladin Point, near Darwin, in Australia’s Northern Territory, died following a workplace incident.

Shell to push LNG advantage through 2020s

The Hague-based LNG giant Shell is looking to press on its “competitive advantage in LNG” through the 2020s assessing the opportunities for growth under its updated strategy.

NextDecade could reach Rio Grande LNG FID for 9 mtpa

NextDecade Corporation, a company focused on LNG exports, said it could reach a final investment decision on its Rio Grande LNG project “for as few as two trains” with a 9 mtpa production capacity.

State approves Yamal LNG Train 1 commissioning

Novatek-led Yamal LNG received state permission to commission the first liquefaction train of the $27 billion liquefied natural gas export project.

 

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