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