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Cameron LNG, March 2017 (Image courtesy of the Port of Lake Charles)

DNV GL: natural gas to become world’s primary energy source by 2035

Natural gas will become the largest single source of energy from 2034, according to a report by the classification society, DNV GL.

Western Australia bans hydraulic fracturing

Western Australia, home to several giant liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, has announced a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing as it examines the potential risks associated with the drilling technique.

U.S. wants to speed up approval of small-scale LNG exports

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is proposing a rule that will provide for faster approval of small-scale exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

USA: Cameron LNG construction to resume this week after Hurricane Harvey

Construction activities on Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG export project are expected to resume this week following a week of flooding in Texas and Louisiana due to Hurricane Harvey.

Angola LNG, Vitol ink multi-year supply deal

Chevron-led Angola LNG, the country’s only liquefied natural gas producer, has entered into a multi-year sales deal with trading house Vitol.

 

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