Top news of the week February 15-20, 2016
Hague-based LNG giant Shell said Monday that the scheme with BG Group has become effective and the UK-based company is now owned by Shell.
The European Commission has on Tuesday released new proposals for a raft of measures related to prevention of gas crises and better coordination between EU countries.
Norway’s Höegh LNG on Tuesday informed it has made a decision to put all FLNG activities on hold and focus its resources and capital into the FSRU business.
Hong Kong-based commodity trading house, Noble Group, has reportedly lost three of its LNG traders to the rival company Glencore of Switzerland.
Barcelona-based LNG engineer Sener revealed that Bolivia’s “virtual gas pipeline” in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, in the Río Grande region was inaugurated on Monday.
LNG World News Staff