Top news of the week July 18-23, 2016
French utility and LNG player Engie has put on hold its plans on building a liquefied natural gas export plant on the coast of the Kribi region in southern Cameroon.
French engineering outfit Technip signed a master services agreement with SCT&E LNG for their proposed 12 mtpa LNG export terminal on Monkey Island, in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, USA.
The $10 billion Angola LNG project, led by U.S. energy giant Chevron, has been shut down with production expected to resume again in September.
The 161,870-cbm Maran Gas Apollonia, chartered by the Hague-based LNG giant Shell, will be the first LNG tanker to transit the newly expanded Panama Canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
U.S.-based oil and gas giant Chevron said it has signed a deal to supply liquefied natural gas to JOVO, a privately-owned Chinese energy company.
LNG World News Staff