Cheniere Energy has announced that two of its subsidiaries have entered into long-term gas supply agreements with EOG Resources.
Western Gas is seeking a partner for its Equus gas project off Western Australia, and has employed Goldman Sachs to provide advice during the search.
Arctic LNG 1 has won the auction for the geological survey, exploration and production license for the subsoil area including the Soletsko-Khanaveyskoye field located on the Gydan peninsula in Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Region.
Polish Oil and Gas Co. has announced that it has purchased an LNG cargo from the US, and then – following regasification – sold the gas to Energy Resources of Ukraine.
According to Reuters, the Chief Executive of OMV, the Austrian oil and gas group, has said that there is a realistic chance to complete Nord Stream 2 on schedule.
According to Bloomberg, Total SA has announced that it remains committed to developing the natural gas project in Mozambique that it is set to take over from Anadarko Petroleum Corp.
Alexela has opened a fuelling station offering the world’s broadest selection of fuels in Jüri, on the outskirts of Estonia’s capital Tallinn. It is also the first public LNG filling station in the Baltic States.
Alap Shah, Black & Veatch, USA, outlines how big trends in gas-to-power are pushing LNG to prominence in the global power portfolio.
New Fortress Energy LLC has reported its financial results for the second quarter ended 30 June 2019.