Thailand’s PTT has purchased 10 LNG cargoes for delivery over the course of a year, starting in March 2020.
The latest LNG news
FERC has prepared a final environmental impact statement for the Jordan Cove LNG Project and the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline Project.
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) has closed a spot tender deal to import its first cargoes of LNG.
According to Reuters, three industry sources have said that Indian Oil Corp. is seeking an LNG cargo for delivery in December.
According to Reuters, Origin Energy has announced that it is actively looking to increase its efforts regarding Australian onshore exploration, while signalling higher output for its APLNG project.
Flex LNG Ltd. has released its unaudited financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended 30 September 2019.
Avenir LNG Ltd has announced that it will collaborate with Golar Power Ltd in developing the Brazilian small scale LNG market.
Mitsui & Co. has announced that it has given the go-ahead for a major new US$1.6 billion project to build a gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Rayong Province, Thailand.
According to Reuters, Singapore’s Pavilion Energy has taken the decision not to lift an LNG cargo from the US due to “scheduling and other commercial matters”.
Gasum has announced that it has reached an agreement with Swedegas to use Swedegas’ liquefied gas facility for bunkering LNG-fuelled vessels.
International oilfield services company Expro has announced that it has secured a contract extension to supply well test and subsea services for INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG.