Top news of the week January 4-9, 2016
LNG Hrvatska, the company established to build and operate the first Croatian liquefied natural gas terminal on the island of Krk concluded the public call for investment in the project.
U.S. LNG player Cheniere confirmed it will send the first cargo of chilled gas from its Sabine Pass liquefaction facility this month after the plant recently started producing the fuel.
India’s largest LNG importer, Petronet said it has come to an agreement with RasGas of Qatar to revise the 7.5 mtpa LNG import deal terms significantly cutting the price.
Eagle LNG informed in a filing to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued on Monday that it has signed a front-end engineering and design (FEED) deal with CH-IV during December.
Shell-led LNG Canada joint venture informed it has been granted an LNG facility permit by British Columbia’s Oil and Gas Commission, for its proposed project located near Kitimat.
LNG World News Staff