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Elba Island regasification terminal (Image courtesy of Kinder Morgan)

US Elba Island LNG export project pushed back

US energy firm Kinder Morgan said on Wednesday that the start-up of its Elba Island liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project near Savannah, Georgia had been pushed back.

Report: Woodside exits Sempra’s Port Arthur LNG export project

Australian LNG player Woodside has reportedly decided to walk out of the Port Arthur LNG export project in Texas, led by the San Diego-based Sempra Energy.

BP’s new LNG carriers set sail

The first out of six brand new liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers being built by South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering for BP has set sail, according to the UK-based energy giant.

US FERC denies LNG delay letters

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Kevin McIntyre on Tuesday denied reports that the agency has informed LNG developers that they face 12 to 18 months delays in FERC’s review of their project applications.

Shell seeking permit to import LNG into Indonesia

The Hague-based LNG giant Shell with partners is looking for a government approval to import liquefied natural gas into Indonesia.


LNG World News Staff


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