Top news of the week September 18-23

Top news of the week September 18-23
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WoodMac: LNG production key to carbon emissions rise

The emission-intensive process of liquefying natural gas will be among the largest contributors to carbon emission growth for the world’s oil and gas majors, Wood Mackenzie said in a study.

Novatek to fire up Yamal LNG’s train one in November

Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer, Novatek, is set to start up the first liquefaction train at its Yamal LNG project in November.

Mexico, Korea, China and Chile are the top buyers of US LNG

Latin America and Asia-Pacific are continuing to be the preferred regions for shipments of US liquefied natural gas (LNG), the latest data from the Department of Energy shows.

LNG futures contract trading for Dubai, Kuwait, India spot cargoes starts in Singapore

Singapore Exchange has started trading the futures contract for liquefied natural gas (LNG) delivered to Dubai, Kuwait and India.

Gazprom pens LNG sales deal with GNPC

Gazprom’s unit Gazprom Global LNG signed a 12-year gas sales agreement with Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) starting in 2019.

 

LNG World News Staff

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