Annova LNG has announced that it has received authorisation from the US Department of Energy to export LNG to nations where the US does not have a free trade agreement.
LNG - 12 February 2020
Rystad Energy is expecting LNG trading between the US and China to remain low, despite also predicting that tariffs on trade between the two countries will be removed in the near future.
James R. Lowery, Baker Hughes, USA, considers how best to reduce emissions leaked from control valves, in order to better comply with industry standards and requirements.
Dominion Energy has announced a significant expansion of the company’s GHG emissions-reduction goals, establishing a new commitment to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
After the signing of a trade deal between Washington and Beijing, Gazprom is hopeful that China will purchase the majority of US-produced LNG cargoes, not Europe.
According to Reuters, the energy companies that own Israel’s Leviathan gas field are looking for partners to help construct a floating LNG unit.
Kosmos Energy and its partners have signed a sale and purchase agreement (SPA) with BP Gas Marketing Ltd.
Peter Kiernan, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Singapore, takes a detailed look at the Australian LNG market.
According to Reuters, two industry sources have reported that Gail (India) has issued a swap tender to buy and sell LNG cargoes.