AB Klaipedos nafta has announced that it has submitted a tender bid to design, build and operate the Cyprus LNG import terminal.
Polish Oil and Gas Co. has announced that it has taken delivery of the first LNG cargo under the long-term contract it has in place with Cheniere Energy.
According to Reuters, Transnet is planning to launch a tender next year for South Africa’s first LNG import terminal at Richards Bay port, with first gas expected to arrive in 2024.
Total has announced that it has signed agreements with the Republic of Benin and the Société Béninoise d’Energie Electrique to develop the LNG market in Benin.
EPIK, the developer of the Newcastle GasDock LNG terminal, has engaged Wood Mackenzie for Southeast Australia gas market review and commercial opportunity analysis.
Korea Gas Corp. has announced that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Energy Capital Vietnam regarding a Vietnamese LNG import terminal.
Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, has officially commissioned an FSRT into service to supply Jamaica with LNG.
Wood Mackenzie has released a new report which claims Japan could be dethroned by China as the world’s top LNG importer as early as 2022.
India will contribute 35% of Asia and Oceania’s LNG regasification capacity growth in 2023, according to GlobalData.
Wood Mackenzie has released a statement looking at the dynamics of Russia’s future relationship with the European gas market.
According to Reuters, four companies have placed offers into a 10-year import tender for LNG deliveries to Pakistan, with Pakistan LNG expected to award the tender in August 2019.
According to Reuters, three joint ventures have been chosen by Cyprus in the first stage of a tender to provide an LNG floating storage and regasification unit.
According to Reuters, the IEA’s latest projections indicate that the US and China will establish themselves as the world’s biggest LNG exporters and importers, respectively, in the next five years.