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Russia: Sakhalin Energy Sets LNG Output Record

Jan 06, 2021

Sakhalin Energy, an international consortium operating an offshore gas-fed LNG plant in eastern Russia, set a record for LNG production in 2020.Sakhalin Energy said Wednesday that it had in 2020 produced and shipped a record amount of liquefied natural gas (LNG): 178…

Croatia's Floating LNG Terminal Starts Operations

Jan 04, 2021

Croatia's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on the northern Adriatic island of Krk began operations on Friday amid the first delivery of gas, said the company which runs the unit.'LNG tanker Tristar Ruby anchored with 143,000 cubic meters…

Nakilat Takes Over Management of FSRU Exquisite

Dec 21, 2020

Qatar-based energy shipping company Nakilat said Monday it had assumed the technical ship management and operations of the Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) Exquisite from Excelerate.The FSRU is jointly owned by Nakilat and Excelerate through a joint venture established in 2018…

Indonesia: Inpex Signs MoU for Abadi LNG Sale

Dec 07, 2020

Japanese oil and gas firm Inpex has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the sale of gas from its Abadi project in Indonesia to the local company with PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk (PGN).Abadi gas field is located in the Masela Block…

Santos in 10-Year Barossa Gas Sales Deal with Mitsubishi

Dec 07, 2020

Australia's no. 2 independent gas producer Santos Ltd said on Monday it signed a 10-year agreement to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Barossa project to a unit of Japan's Mitsubishi Corp.Santos will supply Diamond Gas International 1…

Mozambique Unaware of Total, Exxon Offshore Resource Sharing Talks

Nov 27, 2020

Mozambique's National Petroleum Institute said on Friday it had not yet been notified of any intention by ExxonMobil and Total to renegotiate a resource-sharing agreement for their massive LNG projects in the country.Reuters reported earlier…

Report: ExxonMobil, Total in Talks Over Mozambique Gas Resource-sharing Deal

Nov 26, 2020

ExxonMobil and Total are in negotiations over their massive LNG projects in Mozambique, with each seeking to extract more gas from a shared field that straddles the two developments and cut costs, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters…

Saipem Wins FEED Work for Ichthys LNG Project

Nov 25, 2020

Italian oilfield services firm Saipem confirms it has secured a contract award to conduct booster compression module (BCM) front end engineering and design (FEED) services for the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG energy development offshore Australia…

Höegh LNG to Supply FSRU in India in Q1 2021

Nov 19, 2020

Höegh LNG has entered into a binding commitment to supply H-Energy with an FSRU in Jaigarh, India from as early as the first quarter of 2021.Jaigarh is south of Mumbai in Maharashtra state, India. The final agreement will be for 10 years with annual termination options after year five…

Woodside Targets Infrastructure Asset Sales to Raise Funds for Scarborough

Nov 11, 2020

Australia's Woodside [Energy] has changed tack on plans to sell assets to help fund its $11 billion Scarborough gas project, now targeting infrastructure investors instead of energy companies amid a slump in oil and gas prices.Woodside said…

IRClass Classes India's First LNG-FSRU

Oct 29, 2020

Ship classification society Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) has classed India’s first LNG-FSRU.Built at Hyundai Shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea, the 180,000 cu.m, the Indian-flagged, is designed for continuous operations without the need for drydocking over a period of 20 years…

CEO Says Shell's Oil Production Peaked in 2019

Oct 29, 2020

Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday raised its dividend after easily beating quarterly profit forecasts and CEO Ben van Beurden said the group's oil output probably peaked in 2019 as he spearheads a transition to low-carbon energy.The Anglo-Dutch company hit record earnings from its vast retail division…

Fire-hit Hammerfest LNG Will be Shut for Up to a Year, Equinor Says

Oct 26, 2020

Norwegian oil company Equinor said Monday that its LNG plant, damaged in a fire on September 28, would be closed for up to a year for repairs.To remind, Equinor earlier this month said it expected to resume operations at the plant that processes…

Bangladesh Cancels LNG Import Tender over High Prices

Oct 23, 2020

Bangladesh is canceling another tender to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) in December, as it received one offer to supply the shipments that were too expensive, a senior energy ministry official said on Friday.The offer from the Asian unit of Vitol to supply 138…

Australia: Santos 3Q Revenue Drops on Lower Gas Prices

Oct 22, 2020

Australia’s Santos Ltd said on Thursday third-quarter revenue slid nearly 23%, hit by a drop in realized gas prices because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The country’s no. 2 independent gas producer said sales revenue came in at $797 million for the quarter ended September…

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