LNG import news
Vietnam Gas Corporation eligible for LNG import and export
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has certified that Vietnam Gas Corporation is eligible to be an LNG importer and exporter, the first company in Vietnam to be recognised.
Venice Energy and SEA Gas announce SA LNG import terminal study results
A joint study by South Australian LNG import terminal developer, Venice Energy, and SEA Gas has confirmed the pipeline between Victoria and South Australia can be reconfigured to facilitate bi-directional flow between the states.
TotalEnergies announces delivery of first cargo to Dhamra LNG terminal
TotalEnergies has announced the delivery of a first LNG cargo to the Dhamra LNG terminal in India.
First LNG cargo of BOTAS-Bulgargaz agreement arrives in Türkiye
The first LNG tanker, pursuant to the agreement between BOTAS and Bulgargaz, has arrived in Türkiye.
Vopak to become shareholder in EemsEnergyTerminal
Gasunie and Vopak have entered into a principle agreement whereby Vopak will acquire 50% of the shares in EemsEnergyTerminal.
Vitol to deliver first LNG cargo to the Philippines
Vitol will deliver the first LNG cargo to the Philippines in mid-April 2023, which will be used to cool down the FSU Ish and commission the first LNG Terminal in Batangas Bay.
EIA: Europe was the main destination for US LNG exports in 2022
US exports of LNG increased by 9% compared with 2021, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Natural Gas Monthly.
ADNOC and RWE announce successful delivery of LNG to Germany
ADNOC and RWE have announced the successful delivery of the first shipment of LNG from the UAE to the Elbehafen floating LNG terminal in Brunsbüttel, Germany.
Gasunie continues study to expand LNG capacity in the Netherlands
Gasunie continues to work on options to increase LNG imports into the Netherlands. Options to further expand existing capacity at Eemshaven and at Gate terminal are being further explored.
SPEC LNG launches a non-binding EOI to gauge market interest for potential capacity expansion
SPEC LNG is inviting market participants to formulate a non-binding expression of interest for the services the LNG import terminal of Colombia could offer through a potential capacity expansion.