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BV Completes Classification of Ghana's LNG Floating Regasification Unit

Mar 22, 2021

Bureau Veritas (BV), a testing, inspection, and certification body, has completed the classification of the Torman LNG floating regasification unit (FRU) at Tema port, Ghana in sheltered waters.The unit is combined with a floating storage unit (FSU) for the delivery of gas to onshore consumers…

ABB to Power Total's Mozambique Gas Project

Mar 18, 2021

Power and technology group ABB has won a contract to deliver an end-to-end electrification package for Total's project in Mozambique aimed at developing gas deposits found off the country's coast.The Mozambique LNG project, previously operated by Anadarko…

Petronas, CNOOC to Collaborate on Cleaner Energy Solutions, LNG Bunkering

Mar 15, 2021

Malaysian oil company Petronas and China-based oil firm CNOOC, have signed a memorandum of understanding to 'pursue mutual growth through closer collaboration.''The MoU elevates the long-standing relationship between the two parties from primarily…

Subsea Pipeline Could Double Israeli Gas Exports to Egypt

Mar 09, 2021

A subsea pipeline that would connect Israel's Leviathan gas field to Egyptian liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals could double Israel's gas export capacity to Egypt, the Israeli energy minister said on Tuesday.Israel started exporting gas…

AG&P Gets OK to Develop the Philippines LNG Import Terminal in Batangas Bay

Mar 08, 2021

- Atlantic Gulf & Pacific Company (AG&P) said on Monday its Philippines subsidiary has received the green light to develop a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import and regasification terminal in Batangas Bay, south of Manila.The firm, part owned…

VIDEO: Wärtsilä’s Compact Reliq Aims to Optimize BOG Reliquification

Mar 01, 2021

As the maritime industry steams toward decarbonization, the path to zero emissions will include many stepping stones. Wärtsilä’s Compact Reliq is a step change in efficiently reliquefying boil off gas (BOG) on LNG carriers, as Lasse Wichstrøm…

Shell: LNG Demand to Almost Double by 2040

Feb 26, 2021

Global liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand is expected to almost double to 700 million tonnes by 2040, Royal Dutch Shell said in its annual LNG market outlook.Demand was 360 million tonnes last year, up slightly from 2019's 358 million tonnes…

Israel to Link Leviathan Offshore Gas Field to Egypt's LNG Plants

Feb 22, 2021

Israel and Egypt have agreed to build a pipeline to connect Israel's offshore Leviathan natural gas field to liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in northern Egypt, the Israeli minister said on Sunday.The Palestinians also said they had signed an agreement with Egypt's energy minister…

Woodside Eyes Pluto Plant Stake Sale ahead of $11B Scarborough Field Sanction

Feb 18, 2021

Woodside Energy expects strong buyer interest in the sale of a share of a new production unit at its Pluto LNG plant, top executives said on Thursday, a precondition for a planned $11 billion expansion at its Scarborough gas and Pluto project…

Technip Energies Shares Soar on First Trading Day

Feb 16, 2021

Shares in Technip Energies skyrocketed on Tuesday, the first trading day after Franco-American oilfield company TechnipFMC split its engineering and construction activities from its upstream oil services business.Shares were up 31.5% at 11.83 euros at 0901 GMT ($14…

Australia's South Needs LNG Import Terminal to Avoid Gas Shortfall in 2024

Feb 16, 2021

Australia's southern states will need to import natural gas to fill a looming shortfall by 2024, as last year's COVID-19 induced oil and gas price slump has slowed investment in new fields, the country's competition watchdog said on Tuesday…

Petronas' Floating LNG Facility PFLNG Dua Produces First LNG

Feb 15, 2021

Malaysian oil and gas giant Petronas said Monday that its PFLNG Dua floating LNG facility has recently produced its first LNG. This is the company's second FLNG Unit, and its first deepwater FLNG facility.The PFLNG Dua is located at the Rotan gas field…

Inpex Slumps to First Annual Loss in 12 years

Feb 10, 2021

Japan's biggest oil and gas explorer Inpex Corp posted a net loss of 111.7 billion yen ($1.1 billion) in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic hammered oil prices, cutting its sales and forcing it to book hefty impairment losses.The result marks Inpex's…

'Largest LNG Project Ever:' Qatar Petroleum Sanctions North Field East Project

Feb 09, 2021

Qatar Petroleum on Monday took the final investment decision for the development on the North Field East Project (NFE), in what the company said was the world’s largest LNG project ever. The total cost of the project is estimated at $28.75 billion…

Equinor in $982M Tanzania LNG Write-down

Jan 29, 2021

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has decided to write down the book value of its Tanzania LNG project (TLNG) on the company’s balance sheet by $982 million. The company said Friday that while progress has been made in recent years on the commercial framework for TLNG…

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