Top news of the week August 28 – September 2
US liquefied natural gas (LNG) export player Cheniere Energy said the company’s Corpus Christi export project site on the U.S. Gulf Coast sustained minor damage from Hurricane Harvey.
Swan Energy has made further progress on its proposed LNG import terminal in Jafrabad as its unit Triumph Offshore executed a shipbuilding contract with Hyundai Heavy Industries.
Kumul Petroleum hired Houston-based LNG engineer KBR to provide conceptual development and feasibility analysis services for an energy hub in Papua New Guinea that would include a mid-scale LNG plant.
Jamaica’s utility JPS has set the groundwork for the construction of a third LNG-fueled power plant in the country following the power purchase agreement it signed with New Fortress Sout Power Holdings.
Germany is promoting the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as marine fuel with a new stimulus programme announced by the country’s Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure.
LNG World News Staff