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Israel Lines Up Supplies For New Import Terminal
July 02, 2012
State-owned Israel Electric Corp has tentatively awarded its spot tender to BP, who is expected to meet all of IEC’s requirements over the initial five month term with extension options. These volumes won’t come cheap, however.
 
Summer Spot Market Dips On Plentiful Supplies
July 02, 2012
Plentiful supplies coupled with high inventories in Korea and the planned restart of two nuclear reactors in Japan helped spot prices lose about one-fifth of their value over the past month.
 
Europe’s LNG Freefall Continues – But Hope On Horizon
July 02, 2012
Imports into Europe nosedived to 3.5 MMt in June, down from around 4 MMt in May. But traders say Asia’s shrinking premium could leave a few more cargoes up for grabs at prices spot buyers in the region can afford.
 
Freeport LNG Sells Out Three Liquefaction Trains
July 02, 2012
Freeport LNG has sold out its three liquefaction trains under Heads of Agreement with multiple customers, collecting $90 million in non-refundable payments to fund continuing front-end engineering and design work at the plant as well as additional regulatory filings.
 
Kremlin Pressure Opens Shtokman Door To Shell
July 02, 2012
Gazprom is trying to put Shtokman LNG on Russia’s Barents Sea coast back on track and possibly bring in a new partner in the process. Rumors are swirling that Shell will join Shtokman in an effort to jump-start the stalled project.
 
Kansai Electric To Restart Two Nuclear Units At Ohi
July 02, 2012
Japan’s nuclear-free period, which lasted less than two months, is about to end with restart of Kansai Electric’s Ohi reactors. But further resumptions could be delayed until after the launch of a new nuclear regulator in September.
 
Sabine Pass Liquefaction Nears Phase One Sanction
July 02, 2012
Cheniere Energy expects to reach a final investment decision on Sabine Pass Liquefaction by the end of July, assuming the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission lifts its order for rehearing issued early this month and the developer closes the debt financing on phase one.
 
Koreans and Chinese Battle For France’s GTT
January 31, 2012
Some 20 to 30 parties have expressed interest in the containment-system designer GTT, which was recently put on the block. While the field is still wide open, a battle pitting Korean ship builders against their Chinese counterparts could be brewing for the acquisition target.
 
Jordan Caught In Arab Spring Cross-Fire
January 31, 2012
Jordan is again caught in the cross-fire of a volatile Middle East, and this time the collateral damage is natural gas, a fuel that feeds 80% of the country’s electricity needs.
 
Indonesia’s Bontang LNG Sees Output Dip In 2012
January 31, 2012
Indonesia’s Bontang plant is on-track to produce 229 standard cargoes this year, 23 of which are slated for the country’s first import terminal in West Java. Another seven cargoes will be used to fulfill export commitments at the Arun venture
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