Top news of the week August 13-18

Top news of the week August 13-18
Image courtesy of Meyer Werft


PetroChina to dump US spot LNG in fear of tariffs

State-owned PetroChina could pull the plug on winter spot LNG cargo purchases from the United States amidst the Chinese government’s proposed tariffs.

Cheniere, CPC Corp ink 25-year LNG supply deal

Houston-based LNG exporter Cheniere Energy signed a liquefied natural gas sale and purchase agreement with Taiwan’s CPC Corporation.

Venture Global LNG secures more funds for LNG projects

Venture Global LNG raked in additional $160 million from large institutional investors bringing the company’s aggregate funding total to $630 million.

Meyer Werft readies world’s first LNG liner for float-out

Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg is ready to float out the world’s first LNG-fueled cruise ship, the AIDAnova from its covered building dock on August 21.

Report: US-China dispute could delay Magnolia LNG start

Edison, an investment research and advisory company, notes that the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China could potentially delay the start of LNG Limited’s Magnolia LNG project in Louisiana.


LNG World News Staff

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