In the December 2023 issue of LNG Industry, our project review provides a look at some of the LNG projects and expansions currently under construction from around the world that are due to be operational by the end of the decade. This special report lists all the sources used for this article.
Reuters has reported that Shell will supply Morocco with an annual 0.5 billion m3 of LNG under a 12-year deal.
Tamboran has entered into two non-binding memorandum of understandings with BP Singapore Pte. Limited and Shell Eastern Trading (Pte) Ltd regarding the potential purchase of LNG from Tamboran’s proposed Northern Territory LNG 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.
Shell and a subsidiary of Mexico Pacific have signed an additional sales and purchase agreement for Shell to offtake approximately 1.1 million tpy of LNG from the third train of Mexico Pacific’s anchor LNG export facility, Saguaro Energia, Mexico.
ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd and Shell North America LNG LLC have announced the successful bunkering of the ZIM SAMMY OFER container vessel with LNG.
The M/V Seaboard Blue was bunkered at PortMiami using LNG as a fuel on 12 March 2023, marking the first time in PortMiami’s history that a cargo vessel was bunkered there using LNG as a fuel.
Shell Eastern LNG’s has delivered of a pilot carbon-neutral LNG cargo from the Gorgon Project in Australia to CPC Corporation, Taiwan, which is aligned to GIIGNL frameworks.
Shell dominated the global long-term LNG import contract volumes signed by key purchasing companies in 2022, with a contracted capacity of 6.7 million tpy, according to GlobalData.
GE Gas Power and Shell Global Solutions have signed a development agreement to pursue potential pathways aiming to reduce the carbon intensity of Shell’s LNG supply projects around the world.