Top news of the week February 16 – 21, 2015
China National Offshore Oil Corporation has reportedly given up on FLNG option to develop its South China Sea gas discovery.
Despite the dramatic recent weakening in global energy markets, ongoing economic expansion in Asia, particularly in China and India, will drive continued growth in the world’s demand for energy over the next 20 years.
Liquefied Natural Gas Limited said that its unit, Bear Head LNG, has been advised by the Canadian Environment Assessment Agency that it has reviewed the additional Bear Head LNG Project information.
Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum informed that the state-owned EGAS signed a deal with Noble Energy for the supply of 7 LNG cargoes.
India’s attempt to kick-start domestic LNG shipbuilding industry has come to a grinding halt as GAIL decided to cancel its $7 billion tender after not receiving any bids.
LNG World News Staff