An LNG tanker is en route to China from the US to make the first delivery of this kind since March 2019.
According to Reuters, India’s Gujarat State Petroleum Corp. has cancelled a tender to import 11 LNG cargoes for deliveries across May 2020 to March 2021.
According to Reuters, Poland’s PGNiG has said that it is not planning to start negotiations aimed at modifying its gas import contracts just yet, as it is too early to gauge the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic on domestic gas demand.
According to Reuters, Petronet LNG – India’s top gas importer – has issued force majeure notice to Qatargas, as it seeks to delay the loading of LNG cargoes under long-term deals.
Asian spot LNG cargo prices have risen for a third straight week, as Chinese demand continues to recover.
All LNG deliveries in North West Europe are to be continued by Titan LNG and its partners with precautions against COVID-19 in effect.
KN’s operation and maintenance services agreement for its LNG terminal in Brazil has come into effect.
Golar Power has signed a ‘protocol of intentions’ with the State Government of Pernambuco to develop an LNG import terminal in the Port of Suape, Brazil.
PGNiG Group has reported revenue of more than PLN 42 billion and PLN 1.37 billion in profit for 2019.