Top news of the week August 22-28, 2016

Top news of the week August 22-28, 2016
The proposed Alaska LNG terminal (Image courtesy of Alaska LNG)

State to take over control of giant Alaska LNG project

The Alaska Gasline Development Corp, owned by the state of Alaska, said it plans to assume full management of the $45 billion-plus Alaska LNG Project by the end of this year.

Hoegh LNG in first FSRU conversion project

Oslo-based Höegh LNG has teamed up with a unit of Finish engine maker Wärtsila and Norwegian company Moss Maritime for its first floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) conversion project.

Tangguh LNG expansion contracts officially inked

Energy giant BP on Thursday said that on behalf of the Tangguh production sharing contractors it has signed two contracts for the Tangguh LNG expansion project in Indonesia.

French couple rescued by Stena Clear Sky LNG carrier

Stena Bulk, the Gothenburg-based shipping company, informed on Tuesday its liquefied natural gas carrier Stena Clear Sky rescued a French couple in distress off the Brazilian north coast.

China receives U.S. LNG cargo

World’s largest energy consumer, China has on Monday received the first cargo of LNG from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass liquefaction and export terminal in the United States.


LNG World News Staff

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