The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand has committed to purchasing a second LNG spot cargo from Malaysia’s Petronas.
Asian LNG spot prices have declined once again due to further disruption caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The Government of New South Wales has approved Australian Industrial Energy’s request to increase the capacity of its Port Kembla gas terminal.
According to Reuters, EnBW – a German energy company – is looking to purchase four LNG cargoes for delivery in 3Q20.
According to Reuters, Indonesian state-owned oil and gas corporation Pertamina has reissued a tender for two LNG cargoes loading in the US in June.
LNG tankers carrying US LNG are bound for China after Beijing announced that it would be granting tax waivers to some importers.
Asian LNG spot prices have increased marginally from the recent record lows as Chinese buyers have begun re-entering the market.
According to Reuters, South Korea’s top LNG buyer, KOGAS, has requested that some of its LNG cargo deliveries be deferred.
Qatargas Operating Co. Ltd. has announced the delivery of the first cargo of LNG on a Q-Flex vessel to the ENN Zhoushan LNG receiving terminal in China.
Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd. subsidiary Höegh LNG Ltd. has applied for an LNG infrastructure ownership, operations and development license in Cyprus.