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$3 Bln LNG-to-power Project Planned in Bay of Bengal

Mar 13, 2018

Bangladesh's Summit Power International said on Tuesday it signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan's Mitsubishi Corp and subsidiary Diamond Gas International to develop a $3 billion LNG-to-power project. Under the MoU, subsidiary Summit Corp…

World's Second Floating LNG Project Starts Production in Cameroon

Mar 12, 2018

Norwegian shipping firm Golar LNG on Monday said liquefied natural gas (LNG) production had started at its floating LNG production platform in Cameroon, the world's second working example of the nascent technology.The trading arm of Russia's Gazprom has purchased the entire 1…

China's Energy Giants Return to Asian LNG Market as Sellers

Mar 09, 2018

Falling industrial demand and mild weather have turned China's energy giants into sellers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Asia for the first time since last year's massive import spree.Chinese players were on the receiving end of last year's doubling of LNG prices…

Shell's Gas Production Could Dwarf Oil By 2050 -CEO

Mar 07, 2018

Royal Dutch Shell could boost the share of natural gas production to triple that of oil in order to meet self-imposed goals to halve carbon emissions by 2050, Chief Executive Ben van Beurden said on Wednesday.Speaking at the CERAWeek conference by IHS Markit in Houston…

First LNG from Cheniere US to GAIL India

Mar 06, 2018

Cheniere Energy and GAIL (India) today marked the commencement of their 20-year Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) to supply U.S.-sourced liquefied natural gas to India from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass liquefaction facility in Louisiana, with one of GAIL’s first shipments departing from the facility…

Oil Falls as U.S. Shale Growth Gathers Pace

Mar 05, 2018

IEA sees U.S. gaining market share from OPEC, predicts robust oil demand in next 5 years. Oil prices edged lower towards $64 per barrel on Monday on predictions of a major spike in U.S. oil output in the next five years. International benchmark Brent crude was down 8 cents…

New Gas Dispute Between Ukraine and Russia Begins

Mar 01, 2018

Russia's Gazprom refuses to restart supplies to Ukraine; Ukraine's Naftogaz demands compensation. Kiev and Moscow plunged into a new gas dispute on Thursday after Ukraine's Naftogaz demanded compensation for Gazprom's unexpected decision not to restart gas supplies…

BHP, ExxonMobil to Retain Aussie Oil & Gas Assets

Feb 23, 2018

BHP Billiton Ltd and ExxonMobil Corp's Esso Australia said on Friday they have dropped a sale process started 20 months ago for some of Australia's oldest and largest oilfields. 'BHP and Esso have reached a decision to not progress with…

LNG Market to Suffer From Oversupply Until 2021 - Vitol

Feb 21, 2018

Global prices of liquefied natural gas (LNG) will face pressure from oversupply over the next two to three years, particularly in warmer months, top energy trader Vitol said on Wednesday.New LNG production in countries such as the United…

TransCanada Seeks Okay for LA Cameron Access

Feb 16, 2018

TransCanada Corp's Columbia Gulf Transmission unit on Friday filed with U.S. federal energy regulators to commence service on its Cameron Access natural gas project in Louisiana on March 1. The $300 million Cameron Access projects includes…

Asia's Soaring Gas Demand Beckons New LNG Projects

Feb 14, 2018

Global LNG imports rose by 20 percent in 2017; new demand emerges across South, Southeast Asia. Soaring gas demand from China, India and Southeast Asia is sucking up an LNG supply glut previously expected to last for years, opening opportunity…

Sonatrach Eyes More Vessels to Boost Asia Gas Sales

Feb 12, 2018

Algeria will acquire more vessels to transport gas to Asia as it eyes increased sales in that region, the chief executive of state energy firm Sonatrach said on Monday.'With Russia and the U.S., gas competition is tough,' Abdelmoumen Ould…

Japan LNG Imports at 5-year High on Colder Weather

Feb 01, 2018

Japanese LNG imports reach 8.7 mln T in January, pressuring regional LNG market with China also hoovering up cargoes. Japanese imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) hit their highest in at least five years in January, with shipments expected…

BP Says Gas will Overtake Oil as Main Energy Source by 2040

Jan 31, 2018

BP expects gas to overtake oil as the world's primary energy source in around 2040 as demand for the least polluting fossil fuel grows, its vice president for strategic planning said on Wednesday. 'We see it (gas) take over from coal in the early 2030s…

Gail India Seeks to Shed 24 U.S. LNG Cargoes

Jan 23, 2018

Gail India launches tender to sell 24 liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes from the Cove Point export facility in the United States in 2019-2020, according to trade sources. The tender is split into three tranches, with the first tranche offering six cargoes in the first half of 2019…

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