Top news of the week September 24-29

Top news of the week September 24-29
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Qatar upsizes LNG production expansion

Qatar Petroleum has revised its LNG capacity expansion target boosting it from 100 million tons per year to 110 mtpa.

LNG Canada unaffected by pipeline, trade issues

Final investment decision by the LNG Canada project will not be affected by Canada’s oil pipeline nationalization issues as well as trade tensions with its neighbor to the South, the United States.

ADNOC LNG awards Phase 2 deal for its IGD-E project

ADNOC LNG, a unit of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, signed the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning deal with a consortium for the second phase of its IGD-E project.

PetroChina approves LNG Canada investment

Shell-led LNG Canada project has made a major step forward with the Chinese project partner, PetroChina approving a $3.46 billion investment.

Russia’s Novatek in Yamal LNG milestone

Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer and LNG operator, Novatek has shipped more than million tonnes of liquefied natural gas from its $27 billion Yamal project in the Arctic.

 

LNG World News Staff

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