Top news of the week April 4-9, 2016

Chevron says Gorgon shutdown to last up to two months, delivers first cargo to Chubu

Energy giant Chevron said on Wednesday it expects to resume production at its US$54 billion Gorgon LNG project in Australia in 30-60 days after the Barrow Island facility was shut down due to mechanical problems.

IHI E&C awarded Elba liquefaction project job

IHI E&C said it has been awarded a contract for the engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and startup of Kinder Morgan’s natural gas liquefaction project at Elba Island, near Savannah, Georgia.

Update: Indonesia tells Inpex to go with onshore Abadi LNG plant

Japan’s Inpex said on Monday it has been instructed by the Indonesian government to re-propose a plan of development for the Abadi gas field based on an onshore LNG plant instead of the planned FLNG project.

Osaka Gas looking to sell surplus LNG

Osaka Gas of Japan is looking to sell surplus amounts of liquefied natural gas it will have in the short to medium term, according to the utility’s president Takehiro Honjo.

The Netherlands: LNG-powered hopper barge launched

LNG-powered hopper barge named “greenports 1” has recently been launched at Shipyard Constructions Hoogezand Nieuwbouw (SCHN) in Foxhol, The Netherlands.

 

LNG World News Staff

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