Top news of the week October 27-November 1, 2014

Top news of the week October 27-November 1, 2014

BG’s QCLNG project on track

BG’s 8.5 mtpa QCLNG project in Australia remains on schedule for first LNG in the fourth quarter of this year and within the Phase 1 budget of $20.4 billion.

BG halts Prince Rupert LNG plans

LNG player BG Group said it will put its plans for the Prince Rupert LNG project in British Columbia on halt.

US LNG exports will not solve Asian gas problems, says IEA’s head

Asian buyers will not see a reduction in gas price caused by the LNG exports coming from North America, according to the executive director of International Energy Agency Maria van der Hoeven.

Clough, GE join forces on small-scale LNG solutions

Clough and GE Oil and Gas Australia have signed a teaming agreement to identify and deliver small-scale LNG fuel solutions for clients located in Australasia.

Dominion starts construction at Cove Point LNG export project

Dominion said it has begun construction-related activities for the Cove Point LNG export project.


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