Top news of the week July 18-23, 2016

Engie puts Cameroon LNG project on hold

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.

Technip wins contract for SCT&E LNG project

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.

Angola LNG shut down, production to resume late September

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.

U.S. LNG first to pass through expanded Panama Canal

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.

Chevron inks LNG deal with China’s JOVO

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

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