Top News of The Week December 23-29, 2013
Liquefied Natural Gas Limited announced that the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Magnolia LNG, is in the final stages of selecting its preferred engineering, procurement and construction contractor.
BG Group posted a picture of the company’s Elba Island LNG import facility.
The upcoming World LNG Fuels 2014 will address key questions considered by investors in the growing LNG fuel market: Who will dominate? Export developers selling side streams to major fleets or small, more nimble merchant operators who can react quickly as technology and markets shift? Where will the line of demarcation between these two groups of competitors fall?
KBR announced that it has entered into an enterprise framework agreement with Shell under which Shell may call on KBR to provide pipe fabrication and module assembly to support Shell’s projects in North America for a primary period of seven years, with the ability to extend for up to an additional three years.
Shanghai based China Merchants Energy Shipping (CMES) announced the approval of China LNG Shipping Holdings (CLNG), which is taking part in bidding for the Yamal LNG transport project.
LNG World News Staff, December 29, 2013