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Aussie Buyers Face Local Gas Crunch On Gorgon Delays
December 02, 2013
State-owned utilities in Western Australia could be facing a supply crunch if Chevron does not bring the domestic gas plant at its 15.6 MMt/y Gorgon LNG project on-line in a timely fashion.
 
Partners In Russia’s Yamal LNG Near Final Sanction
December 02, 2013
Novatek and Total still hope to reach a final investment decision on Russia’s 16.5 MMt/y Yamal LNG project in northwest Siberia by mid-December, although no one will be surprised if this milestone slips into 2104.
 
Arrow Energy Revisits Joining Australia Pacific LNG
December 02, 2013
Talks between Arrow Energy and Australia Pacific LNG have shifted substantially since Shell and PetroChina entered into exclusive negotiations to join APLNG this spring. The proposal is now limited to a standalone train at the APLNG plant site, and even this participation may be shelved.
 
More Chinese Yards Await Their Big Break Into LNG
August 01, 2012
Dalian Shipbuilding Industry and Jiangnan Shipyard Group are tipped as the two most likely Chinese yards to garner the country’s next LNG vessel orders after Hudong Zhongua Shipbuilding’s earlier success.
 
Shipping News For July 2012
August 01, 2012
Greece’s Almi Gas cancels two newbuilds, Nigeria LNG explores replacement options and other carriers change hands.
 
European Terminal Operators Rethink Strategies
August 01, 2012
European terminal operators are looking for new service offerings as utilization rates slide. Utilization dropped to just 31% in the second quarter of 2012, down from 50% to 60% in the first half of 2011.
 
North African Liquefaction Faces Ongoing Struggles
August 01, 2012
Algeria recently confirmed that startup dates for the 4.5 MMt/y Skikda replacement unit and the 4.7 MMt/y Gassi Touil train have been pushed back by 12 to 18 months to 2013 and 2015, respectivelyy. Progress is discouraging elsewhere in North Africa as well.
 
Chinese Imports Up Sharply In First Half To 6.7 MMt
August 01, 2012
China imported 6.7 MMt during the first six months of 2012, a 31% increase from the same period last year. Deliveries were buoyed by higher contract flows from Qatar.
 
In Briefs --July 2012
August 01, 2012
Cheniere Sanctions Sabine Pass Liquefaction
Japanese Take Liquefaction Capacity At Freeport LNG
Environmental Nod For Australia's Browse LNG
Shell Drops Bid For Cove Energy
Russia's Novatek Starts Northern LNG Port Project
China's CNOOC Poised To Buy Canadian Nexen
Bolivia To Boost Gas Exports To Argentina
Shell-led Canada LNG Requests Export Authorization
Chevron To Review Costs At Gorgon LNG
Jamaica Picks Samsung For FSRU Import Project
 
Oil and Gas Drillers Turn To LNG To Power Rigs
August 01, 2012
The growing price spread between natural gas and diesel has prompted drilling operators to evaluate the option of converting their rigs to run off the lower-cost fuel.
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