Stabilis Solutions, Inc. has received authorisation from the U.S. Department of Energy to export domestically produced LNG to all free trade and non-free trade countries, including Asian, European, and Latin American importing nations.
As of July 2022, the US has more LNG export capacity than any other country and has exported more LNG than any other country.
The M/V George III, built by Keppel AmFELS in Brownsvile, Texas, US, was delivered to ABS Class and is the first LNG-powered containership in the Pasha Hawaii fleet.
Commonwealth LNG and Woodside have announced the conversion of their non-binding heads of agreement into two binding LNG sale and purchase agreements.
Energy Transfer LNG has entered into a 20-year LNG SPA with Shell related to its Lake Charles LNG project.
As the global energy crisis deepens and countries scramble to secure reliable energy sources, investments in new LNG infrastructure are set to surge, reaching US$42 billion annually in 2024.
The company has identified a recovery plan and timescale for the reinstatement of partial operations of the facility.
An LNG-powered containership from the company Pasha Hawaii becomes the first to fuel on the West Coast as well as the first to serve Hawaii.
The JV has been named Energos Infrastructure (Energos), and is owned approximately 80% by Apollo-managed funds and 20% by NFE.
Centrica and Delfin Midstream Inc have announced the signing of a HOA to purchase 1.0 million tpy of LNG for 15-years on a FOB basis at the Delfin Deepwater Port.