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New Fortress Energy Plans to Build Offshore LNG Export Project in Louisiana by Q1 2023

Apr 01, 2022

U.S. energy company New Fortress Energy Inc said on Thursday it filed with federal regulators to build an offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project off Louisiana that could enter service as soon as the first quarter of 2023.That is…

Gazprom Offices Targeted in EU Antitrust Raids

Mar 30, 2022

Russian gas company Gazprom's GAZP.MM offices were raided by EU antitrust regulators, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, as the EU watchdog ramped up its investigation into the company's gas supplies to Europe.EU antitrust…

Too Early to Consider Investment in Russia, CNOOC Says

Mar 30, 2022

It is too soon for China's CNOOC to discuss fresh investment in Russia, though its 10% stake in a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the Russian Arctic is proceeding normally, Chairman Wang Dongjin said on Wednesday.Wang had been asked if…

U.S., EU Strike LNG Deal as Europe Seeks to Cut Russian Gas Dependency

Mar 25, 2022

The United States will work to supply 15 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the European Union this year to help it wean off Russian energy supplies, the transatlantic partners said on Friday.The EU is aiming to cut its dependency…

TotalEnergies, Pressured on Russian Gas Assets, Looks at North Sea, US

Mar 24, 2022

TotalEnergies, which is maintaining assets in Russian gas projects even after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, is now looking into sourcing its gas from the United States and projects in the North Sea, its chief executive said on Thursday.'There…

Sakhalin Projects to Effectively 'freeze', Japan Holding Off Decision - Minister

Mar 08, 2022

Japanese industry minister Koichi Hagiuda said on Tuesday that the Sakhalin energy projects 'will effectively freeze' given the exit of Western stakeholders and that Japan would therefore wait to see how the situation plays out to make any decision…

Exxon Sues U.S. Over Taxes Related to Offshore Gas Project in Qatar

Mar 07, 2022

Exxon Mobil Corp filed a suit against the U.S. seeking a partial refund of $2.1 billion in taxes and penalties tied to a Middle East gas project in Qatar, according to a filing on Friday in U.S. district court in Dallas.Exxon and QatarEnergy…

As Russia Avoids Energy Sanctions, Oil Majors Flee but TotalEnergies Stays

Mar 07, 2022

BP, Shell, Exxon, Equinor flag Russia exitsTotalEnergies sticks with Russian natgas assetsLNG central to TotalEnergies' strategyFrance's TotalEnergies cuts a lonely figure hanging onto its Russian investments during a mass exodus of western oil majors from the country after its invasion of Ukraine…

PHI International to Provide Crew Transfer Services for Woodside's Scarborough Project

Feb 23, 2022

Offshore helicopter operator PHI International (PHI) has said it has won 'a significant' aviation services contract with Woodside, as an operator for and on behalf of the Scarborough Joint Venture, in Western Australia. The contract will see PHI transporting personnel from Learmonth Airport…

ADNOC, AG&P Agree FSU Lease for Philippines First LNG Terminal Launch in July

Feb 23, 2022

The logistics arm of state oil firm Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) will supply a floating storage unit to LNG logistics company AG&P to launch the Philippines' first LNG import terminal in July, the companies said on Wednesday.Singapore-based Atlantic…

Shell Says Tanzania LNG Project is Making Good Progress

Feb 22, 2022

Shell has made good progress with the Tanzanian government in recent months to advance a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project to tap the East African country's huge gas resources, a Shell executive said on Monday.'We have seen some real quick…

Qatar's LNG Production Capacity to Reach 126 mln T a Year by 2027, says Emir

Feb 22, 2022

Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani said on Tuesday that Qatar's liquefied natural gas production capacity will rise to 126 million tonnes a year by 2027.Speaking at a gas exporters summit hosted in Doha, al-Thani renewed calls for further dialogue among member countries of the gas forum…

Heerema's Giant Crane Vessel Sleipnir to Install LNG BCM on INPEX's Ichthys Explorer Platform

Feb 11, 2022

Dutch offshore installation company Heerema Marine Contractors has been selected by Japan's INPEX as a contractor of choice for the transport and installation of the 4,800 metric ton Ichthys LNG Booster Compression Module (BCM), offshore W. Australia…

Prelude FLNG to Stay Shut in 1Q 2022

Feb 04, 2022

Oil major Shell expects its Prelude FLNG unit in Australia, the world's largest unit of the type, will remain shut for most of the first quarter of 2022.The world's largest FLNG facility had in January 2021 resumed LNG cargo shipments, almost one year after a shutdown caused by an electrical trip…

Can Qatari Gas Offset Disruptions to Russian Supply in Europe?

Feb 02, 2022

The United States, the world's top natural gas producer, has asked Qatar and other major energy producers to divert gas supplies to Europe if Russia attacks Ukraine and the United States imposes sanctions on Russia.Russia, which supplies around a third of Europe's gas…

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