Monkey Island LNG has selected AECOM to coordinate the environmental analysis and engineering services for its Federal Energy Regulatory Commission pre-filing review process and application.
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I.M. Skaugen SE has announced that its small scale LNG project in Africa is making good progress towards implementation, but that it is facing delays.
Santos has announced that Philip Byrne has been appointed Executive Vice President Marketing and Trading.
Launch of the buy-back programme for Saipem ordinary shares to cover the 2016 – 2018 Long-Term Incentive Plan.
The Oil and Gas Authority has launched its 30th Offshore Licensing Round focusing on mature areas of the UKCS.
Order for project management, engineering and supply of on-vessel equipment including a complete mooring and riser system to Excelerate Energy.
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A new era for the LNG industry.
Italy's Saipem is likely to get a sub-contractor role in a new project to produce LNG in the Arctic by Russia's Novatek.
Nakilat recorded its financial results for the first half of the year ended 30 June 2017 with a net profit of QR409 million.
Asian spot LNG prices stepped higher as Royal Dutch Shell replaced lost output from its Peru plant via spot markets.
Gas Indonesia Summit and Exhibition continues to shape the future of the gas and LNG industry in Indonesia.
According to Reuters, Gordon Waters – the global head of LNG at Glencore – has left the company.
Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd has announced that it has received commitment letters for a US$230 million debt financing for its eighth floating storage and regasification unit.
Svitzer has announced that it has been awarded a 15-year contract by Excelerate Energy Bangladesh Ltd to provide marine support services for the Excelerate Energy floating storage and regasification unit.
According to Reuters, PTT Plc – Thailand’s state-owned oil and gas company – is considering taking a stake in an LNG plant to be constructed in Malaysia.
NextDecade has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Port of Cork to develop an LNG import terminal at the port.
Woodside Petroleum Ltd has released its report for 2Q17, delivering sales revenue of US$867 million and production of 20.7 million Boe.
Keppel has outlined the LNG market as a focus area as it tries to boost O&M returns.
The countries that have been shortlisted are China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Indonesia and the UAE.
Total SA is in talks with Myanmar to supply the country’s most populous city, Yangon, with LNG.