Wood Mackenzie is forecasting that 2019 will see a record-breaking 60 million tpy of LNG production capacity be approved.
LNG - 04 January 2019
The US FERC has issued a letter order authorising Corpus Christi Liquefaction to introduce gas and commission the Train 2 fuel gas system at its Corpus Christi LNG export terminal.
Sempra Energy has announced that its subsidiary has entered into an agreement to sell its non-utility US natural gas storage facilities to an affiliate of ArcLight Capital Partners.
According to Reuters, RDIF – a Russian sovereign wealth fund – is looking into the possibility of investing in the Arctic LNG 2 project alongside Saudi Aramco.
Gastrade has announced that the first phase of the market test for the reservation of regasification capacity at the floating LNG terminal in Alexandroupolis, Greece, has been successfully completed.