Top news of the week February 10-15
Australia’s Woodside Petroleum on Tuesday said its financial results will take a $720 million hit on its Kitimat LNG investment.
New York City-based New Fortress Energy has signed a long-term deal for the supply of liquefied natural gas through to January 2030.
US LNG export project developer NextDecade Corporation has been authorized to export LNG from its Rio Grande LNG facility to non-free trade agreement (non-FTA) countries.
Dallas-based Kosmos Energy said that together with its partners it has signed an LNG supply deal with BP Gas Marketing for volumes from Phase 1 of the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim project.
Global downstream gas and LNG logistics company Atlantic Gulf & Pacific (AG&P) and ADNOC Logistics and Services have signed an agreement for the conversion, supply, operations, and maintenance of a floating storage unit (FSU).
LNG World News Staff