Qatar Petroleum has signed a 10-year agreement with Sinopec to deliver 2 million tpy of LNG to China.
ABB has signed an agreement with CCS JV (comprising Saipem, McDermott, and Chiyoda) to supply comprehensive integrated and intelligent electrical systems for the project.
The company states that the expansion of the JAX LNG project is on track to be in service by 4Q2021.
The licence reinforces Total’s commitment in helping Singapore develop into an LNG bunkering hub for Asia.
Global Infrastructure Partners has acquired a 26.25% interest in Queensland Curtis LNG Common Facilities from Shell for US$2.5 billion.
The agreement will see the companies work together on the exploration, development, and production of Abu Dhabi’s conventional and unconventional resources.
AlexandeR KlimentyeV, Andrej Haug, Amina Talipova, and Minzalya Ishmuratova, part of a Russian small and mid scale LNG research group, investigate the new role of the Russian gas industry.
Sam Peek, Analyst at Cornwall Insight, states that Great Britain’s markets may become more susceptible to the volatility of global LNG prices.
MAN Energy Solutions will engineer and provide services for an LNG truck-loading infrastructure project located in Greece.
According to GlobalData, European majors have a stronger LNG growth potential to 2025 than their US competitors.
Michael Angelakis and Jeffrey Ubben are set to join the ExxonMobil board of directors, and ExxonMobil Global Projects Company intends to elect Jon Gibbs as President with Neil Duffin announcing his retirement.
According to Shell’s latest annual LNG Outlook, net-zero ambitions will be one of the driving factors for LNG market growth.
US LNG exports will exceed natural gas exports by pipeline in the first and fourth quarters of 2021 and on an annual basis in 2022, according to US EIA forecasts.