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Vessel seeks other port after Texas Freeport LNG delay, data shows
-12/6/2022 4:18:18 PM
At least one LNG vessel gave up on Freeport LNG's export plant in Texas after the company last week delayed its planned restart to the end of December, ship tracking data from Refinitiv showed.
Australia in talks to help Papua New Guinea buy $1.1 B PNG LNG stake
-12/6/2022 4:12:29 PM
Papua New Guinea's state-owned Kumul Petroleum is in talks with Australia's export credit agency to help fund a $1.1-B acquisition of a 5% stake in the PNG LNG project from Santos Ltd.
Sempra Infrastructure announces agreement with ENGIE for supply of U.S. LNG from Port Arthur LNG Phase 1
-12/6/2022 2:53:48 PM
Sempra Infrastructure announced it has entered into a long-term sale and purchase agreement (SPA) with ENGIE S.A. for the supply of LNG from Phase 1 of its proposed Port Arthur LNG project.
Moldovagaz to buy gas from Energocom as well as from Gazprom
-12/5/2022 5:54:33 PM
Moldova's natural gas company Moldovagaz will start buying gas from domestic supplier Energocom while continuing to buy it from Russia's Gazprom , the head of Moldovagaz said.
Freeport LNG: Another production restart delay, to year's end
-12/5/2022 5:50:30 PM
Freeport LNG again delayed the restart of the second-biggest U.S. LNG export facility, moving its forecast for resuming processing to year's end, pending regulatory approval.
TotalEnergies says Papua LNG on track for go-ahead decision by end 2023
-12/5/2022 5:47:30 PM
TotalEnergies is on track to make a final investment decision on the Papua LNG project in Papua New Guinea by the end of 2023, the company's Asia Pacific senior vice president Julien Pouget said at a conference.
AG&P aims for its first LNG terminal in India by 2024 end
-12/5/2022 5:39:42 PM
Singapore-based Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific is looking to set up its first LNG terminal in India by 2024 end, a top company official said, although it is evaluating other sites as an alternative to the terminal's location in the south of the country.
Online Feature: CCUS: Dispelling myths about risk
-12/2/2022 8:52:39 PM
The presence of a strong regulatory structure, risk valuation tools that suggest lower risk values than previously envisioned and access to available insurance can help dispel the myth that CCUS is too risky and help everyone—project developers, financiers, policy makers and the public—have greater confidence in CCUS as it develops into a more widespread industrial activity.
Enbridge sees higher 2023 profit, joins Occidental on carbon capture project
-12/2/2022 5:02:27 PM
Canada's biggest pipeline operator Enbridge Inc forecast higher 2023 core earnings, banking on sustained high demand for oil and gas amid tight supplies, and announced plans to develop a carbon capture hub with a unit of Occidental Petroleum Corp in Texas.
Greece can nearly quadruple gas export capacity by 2025
-12/2/2022 4:43:41 PM
Greece is becoming a European gas corridor and can nearly quadruple its gas export capacity to neighboring countries in the coming years thanks to new infrastructure under development.
Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary agree to boost gas grid interconnections
-12/2/2022 4:38:29 PM
Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary agreed to upgrade the interconnection and transport capacity of their gas grids, part of their long-standing efforts to diversify gas sources and boost their role in Europe's energy supply chain.
Freeport pushes Texas LNG export plant restart to year end
-12/2/2022 4:35:05 PM
U.S. LNG company Freeport LNG said on Friday it expects to restart its Texas LNG export plant around the end of the year, pending regulatory approval.
EU regulators to look into Lithuanian measure for operation of LNG terminal
-12/1/2022 6:00:21 PM
EU antitrust regulators launched an investigation into Lithuanian measures granted to Lithuanian liquefied natural gas importer Litgas for supplying a mandatory quantity of LNG to the LNG terminal in the port-city of Klaipeda between 2016 and 2018.
Woodside delivers North West shelf LNG to Europe
-12/1/2022 5:05:44 PM
Woodside Energy has shipped an LNG cargo to Europe on board the Woodside Rees Withers from Australia’s North West Shelf and delivered it to Uniper Global Commodities SE.
INEOS signs long-term sales and purchase agreement for 1.4 MMtpy LNG from Sempra Infrastructure at Port Arthur, USA
-12/1/2022 4:19:07 PM
Long term supply from INEOS will help alleviate the structural energy issues in Europe.” INEOS has signed a 20-year contract with Sempra Infrastructure for the supply of approximately 1.4 MMtpy of LNG from Phase 1 of the Port Arthur LNG facility under development in Texas North America.
Air Products business opens its fourth global hub―a turbomachinery solutions center in Shanghai
-11/30/2022 7:15:49 PM
Rotoflow, an Air Products business, has opened a new Solutions Center in the Qingpu district of Shanghai, China to better serve the turbomachinery needs of customers throughout Asia.
JERA expects fire-hit Freeport LNG Texas shipments to fully resume by March
-11/30/2022 6:57:43 PM
Japan's biggest buyer of LNG, JERA, expects Freeport LNG's production at its fire-hit Texas plant to partially resume in mid-December and its shipments to be fully back by March, President Satoshi Onoda said.
Excelerate Energy's LNG plant in Argentina could be completed by 2025, says executive
-11/30/2022 6:53:51 PM
Excelerate Energy, a U.S. company that provides storage and regasification services for LNG globally, could complete its planned gas liquefaction plant in Argentina by 2025, according to an executive.
Scholz welcomes Qatar LNG deal as 'building block' for German energy security
-11/30/2022 6:48:27 PM
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz welcomed a new deal for LNG from Qatar on Tuesday as a "building block" towards his country's energy security and a sign that Berlin had many different countries to tap for supplies.
Sulzer and Blue Planet deepen collaboration to accelerate decarbonization of concrete and the construction sector
-11/30/2022 5:05:10 PM
Sulzer Chemtech is strengthening its collaboration with Blue Planet to continue developing their highly innovative carbon capture and storage (CCUS) technology.
Survey finds strong support for CCUS across the hydrocarbon processing sector
-11/29/2022 1:37:45 PM
A survey conducted by Gulf Energy Information has revealed that 84% of 145 respondents in the hydrocarbon industry expect carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) will be a mainstay of their industry.
ConocoPhillips and QatarEnergy agree to provide reliable LNG supply to Germany
-11/29/2022 1:30:48 PM
ConocoPhillips and QatarEnergy today announced the signing of two agreements to supply long-term LNG to Germany.
Shell to acquire renewable natural gas producer Nature Energy
-11/29/2022 1:16:36 PM
By purchasing the shares in Nature Energy, Shell will acquire the largest RNG producer in Europe.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners’ industrial scale biogas project in Spain classified as strategically important
-11/28/2022 4:08:48 PM
CIP will together with Spanish developer, Connect Bioenergy, develop the biogas plants towards expected Final Investment Decision in 2024.
Europe’s LNG import capacity set to expand by one-third by end of 2024
-11/28/2022 3:56:30 PM
Expansions of import, or regasification, capacity will total 5.3 Bcf/d by the end of next year and grow further by an additional 1.5 Bcf/d by the end of 2024.

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