Top news of the week August 27 – September 1
The Shell-led C$40 billion ($31 billion) LNG Canada project in British Columbia is ready to start dredging works to allow larger ships such as LNG carries to be able to dock in the port of Kitimat.
Shannon LNG said it has entered into an agreement with New Fortress Energy to develop the proposed LNG terminal project on the Shannon Estuary in County Kerry, Ireland.
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved commissioning of the first liquefaction unit at the Freeport LNG export project currently under construction in Texas.
Venezuela and Trinidad and Tobago have signed a deal to deliver natural gas from the Venezuelan Dragon field for export through the Atlantic LNG’s Point Fortin facility.
French LNG major, Total, has signed a binding letter of intent with the Hague-based energy giant Shell for the sale of its 26 percent minority equity stake in Hazira LNG regasification terminal in India.
LNG World News Staff