Zheijang Energy International Ltd, and Mexico Pacific Ltd, have announced that they have signed a sales and purchase agreement.
In the July 2023 issue of LNG Industry, Richard Acklam, Associate Principal, Charles River Associates, highlights the key trends in the Asia Pacific LNG market, whilst touching on relevant global developments to analyse how they are affecting the Asia Pacific region. This special report lists the references for this article.
QatarEnergy has selected China National Petroleum Corporation as North Field East LNG expansion project partner, and will supply 4 millon tpy of LNG to China over 27 years.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd has announced that the MOL FSRU Challenger owned by its wholly owned subsidiary MOL FSRU Terminal (Hong Kong) Ltd, has received the first LNG for Hong Kong in a commissioning process for an LNG import project.
Asia will continue to dominate the global LNG regasification capacity additions, contributing about 70% of the total capacity additions between 2023 – 2027, according to GlobalData.
Shenzhen Gas Corporation Ltd has awarded TGE Gas Engineering an EPC contract for the Shenzhen LNG storage and peak shaving II expansion project.
In the June 2023 issue of LNG Industry, Maximilian Rockall, Michelle Glassman Bock, and Christopher Bloch, Squire Patton Boggs, provide a year-in-review for 2022, and look at what lies ahead in 2023 for LNG.
GTT has received its first order from China Merchants Heavy Industry-Jiangsu for the tank design of four new LNG carriers, on behalf of a European ship owner.
Sinopec has signed an equity participation agreement with QatarEnergy to take 1.25% shares in Qatar's North Field East expansion project, which is currently the largest LNG project in the world.
Pavilion Energy recently loaded its first termed small scale LNG cargo at the Singapore LNG terminal, bound for Hangjiaxin in China.