Top news of the week September 28 – October 3, 2015

Top news of the week September 28 – October 3, 2015

Australia: First tanker docks at GLNG plant

The Santos-operated US$18.5 billion GLNG project is expected to ship its first cargo soon with the arrival of first tanker at the liquefaction plant on Curtis Island off Gladstone.

Japan’s MES buys TGE Marine

Japan’s Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding said it has approved the acquisition of 99.36% shares of Bonn-based engineering company TGE Marine.

Golar: FID reached on Cameroon FLNG

Golar said that the Cameroon FLNG project has reached a major milestone with the final approval by all parties of the gas convention for the project.

Gazprom eyeing fourth LNG train at Sakhalin-2

Fourth LNG liquefaction train could reportedly be on the cards for the Sakhalin-2, Russia’s first liquefied natural gas export plant.

Texas LNG receives DOE’s export approval

United States Department of Energy issued an order granting long-term, multi-contract authorization to Texas LNG, to export liquefied natural gas from the proposed facility at the Port of Brownsville.

 

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