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Modified EPA methane rules support further emissions reductions
-8/14/2020 8:02:49 PM
The American Petroleum Institute (API) issued the following statement as Andrew Wheeler, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, signed modified methane rules.
Asia LNG prices at over 6-month high on Gorgon concerns, cargo buying
-8/14/2020 3:14:11 PM
Asian spot LNG prices rose to more than a six-month high this week on concerns over production from Australia's Gorgon plant and demand from some buyers in the region.
Woodside Petroleum half-year profit falls 28%
-8/13/2020 2:37:46 PM
Australia’s Woodside Petroleum reported a 28% slump in first-half adjusted net profit as coronavirus-related disruptions hammered fuel demand and hit LNG prices.
Australia bucks the global trend, goes with natural gas over renewables
-8/13/2020 2:35:34 PM
Australia’s government appears to be pivoting away from backing coal for future energy needs, but hasn’t quite made it all the way to renewables, instead waylaying into natural gas.
Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries Group wins project for LNG liquefaction terminal
-8/12/2020 7:41:28 PM
The facility will support LNG and Petrochemical customers in the Russian market, as well as CIS countries.
MVP Southgate natgas pipe startup seen in 2021 despite N.Carolina permit denial
-8/12/2020 6:46:35 PM
The companies developing the Mountain Valley Southgate natural gas pipeline expansion from Virginia to North Carolina said they continue to target a 2021 startup for the project after North Carolina regulators denied a water permit.
Gasconsult's ZR-LNG wins with Petronas
-8/12/2020 3:47:50 PM
Gasconsult Limited, the developers of the ZR-LNG dual methane open-cycle natural gas liquefaction process was selected by PETRONAS as the winner of the 10th PETRONAS Technology Challenge.
US LNG exports remain low
-8/12/2020 3:29:11 PM
After establishing a record high of 8.0 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in January 2020, U.S. exports of LNG fell to an average of 3.1 Bcf/d in July 2020. July exports were similar to LNG exports in May 2018, when the available liquefaction capacity was about one-third of the current capacity.
Orca Energy to provide compressors for gas processing facility
-8/11/2020 7:47:50 PM
Orca Energy Group (Orca) signed a contract with China Petroleum and Technology Development Company (CPTDC) for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of natural gas compressors within the Songas gas processing facility.
Australia's APLNG plans plant maintenance over 2020-2021
-8/11/2020 2:34:07 PM
The APLNG plant on Curtis Island off the east coast has planned maintenance in stages over this year and next
Kinder Morgan gets OK to put 9th unit at Georgia Elba LNG plant in service
-8/11/2020 2:32:16 PM
U.S. energy regulators approved Kinder Morgan Inc’s request to put in service the ninth liquefaction train at its nearly $2 billion (1.53 billion pounds) Elba Island LNG export plant in Georgia.
Two workers die in accident at LNG construction site
-8/10/2020 3:05:05 PM
Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company (KIPIC) said two sub-contractors died in an accident at an LNG import facility being built in the Al-Zour area.
Cameron LNG Train 3 begins commercial operation
-8/10/2020 2:34:02 PM
McDermott International Ltd. announced the beginning of commercial operation of Train 3 at Cameron LNG
Worley set to service Cheniere LNG’s Corpus Christi facility
-8/10/2020 2:33:12 PM
Worley has been awarded a master services agreement (MSA) to provide civil, structural, mechanical, I&E, HVAC and marine construction services at Cheniere LNG’s Corpus Christi liquefaction facility.
Bank commits $400 MM to Mozambique LNG project
-8/7/2020 2:16:41 PM
Cairo-based African Export-Import Bank has committed $400 million in loans and guarantees to Mozambique’s $20 billion LNG project.
Chevron ordered to inspect propane kettles at Gorgon LNG plant
-8/7/2020 2:13:57 PM
Chevron Corp was ordered on Friday to inspect the propane heat exchangers on two of the three trains at its Gorgon LNG plant in Australia following safety concerns raised by a trade union.
Poland fines Gazprom $57 MM over Nord Stream 2
-8/7/2020 2:02:38 PM
Poland’s anti-monopoly watchdog UOKiK said it had fined Gazprom $57 million over a lack of cooperation in its proceedings with regard to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project.
U.S. court allows Dakota Access oil pipeline to stay open, but permit status unclear
-8/6/2020 4:28:56 PM
A U.S. appeals court said the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) does not have to be shut and drained per a lower court order, but a legal battle continued over the permit that allowed the line to be finished.
Pandemic to cut global gas and LNG demand by about 4% in 2020
-8/6/2020 4:27:28 PM
The coronavirus pandemic will cut global natural gas and LNG demand by about 4% in 2020 from record highs in 2019
Cheniere Energy Q2 profit tops estimates, to accelerate LNG plant expansion
-8/6/2020 2:38:10 PM
Cheniere Energy Inc posted a second-quarter profit that beat analysts estimates on higher margins in part from collecting fees from customers cancelling deliveries due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Air Products' technology and equipment selected for first phase of massive expansion project
-8/5/2020 7:18:29 PM
Air Products has been selected to provide its proprietary AP-X® Natural Gas Liquefaction Process technology and equipment to Qatargas for the first phase of Qatar Petroleum's massive LNG production expansion project
U.S. natgas rises to highest since Dec on rising LNG exports, hot weather
-8/5/2020 7:07:11 PM
U.S. natural gas futures rose to their highest since December as LNG climbed while the weather was expected to remain hotter-than-normal through late August.
Posco set to win first deal to supply LNG to Pakistan
-8/5/2020 7:05:49 PM
South Korea’s Posco International Corp is set to become an LNG supplier to Pakistan LNG
FERC plans to decide on Marathon Alaska LNG import project by year end
-8/5/2020 7:03:18 PM
U.S. energy regulators said they plan to make a decision on Marathon Petroleum Corp’s plan to convert the Kenai LNG export plant in Alaska into an import terminal by the end of the year.
Sempra still waiting for Mexican export permit for Costa Azul LNG
-8/5/2020 3:28:22 PM
U.S. energy company Sempra Energy said it continues to work with the Mexican government to get a 20-year export permit for the first phase of its proposed Costa Azul LNG export plant in Mexico.

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Editorial Comment: China eyes continued expansion of smaller-scale LNG
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Smaller-scale liquefaction in China, the world’s second-largest LNG importer, has experienced growth in recent years as China’s government integrates more gas into the country’s energy matrix.
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