Top news of the week December 1-5, 2015
The government of Bahrain firmed up agreements with a consortium comprising Teekay LNG, Samsung C&T and Gulf Investment Corporation to build an LNG terminal in the country.
Bonny Gas Transport (BGT), a unit of Nigeria LNG recently commissioned four new vessels as part of an expansion program aimed at boosting its share of the growing global market.
Woodlands-based Anadarko Petroleum has on Thursday signed a unitization and unit operating agreement to develop natural gas resources straddling the Offshore Area 1 and Offshore Area 4 blocks in Mozambique.
Botas of Turkey reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding regarding imports of liquefied natural gas from Qatar on a long-term basis.
Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Board on Thursday approved the proposed $70 billion takeover of BG Group by Royal Dutch Shell.
LNG World News Staff