Top news of the week January 5–10, 2015
BG Group’s Queensland Curtis LNG project is ready to load the second shipment of liquefied natural gas.
To make ships more eco-efficient, engineers have been working with alternative fuels. A Norwegian engineer is currently pursuing a new approach: With VindskipTM, he has designed a cargo ship that is powered by wind and gas.
Houston-based LNG player Cheniere filed construction activities report with FERC for its Sabine Pass LNG export terminal in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
The LNG industry celebrated its 50th birthday in 2014 but while the industry may have matured, Wood Mackenzie finds in its annual review that it’s still not short of surprises.
LNG Limited’s unit Magnolia LNG has executed a technical services agreement with Kellogg Brown & Root, a KBR unit, to undertake cost verification and provide other services supporting the Magnolia project delivery.