Top news of the week July 25-30, 2016

Maran Gas Apollonia (Image courtesy of the Panama Canal)
Maran Gas Apollonia (Image courtesy of the Panama Canal)

Picture of the day: first LNG tanker passing through expanded Panama Canal

The 161,870-cbm Maran Gas Apollonia, chartered by the Hague-based LNG giant Shell, is the first LNG tanker to transit the newly expanded Panama Canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

France: incident at Dunkirk LNG terminal

Send out tests at France’s fourth LNG import terminal in the port of Dunkirk (Dunkerque) have been stopped due to an incident which led to the evacuation of the terminal’s workers.

Lake Charles LNG FID delayed

Lake Charles LNG project in Louisiana in which Shell has a 100 percent capacity interest has been delayed, the LNG giant said in its second-quarter report.

Saipem wins Tangguh LNG expansion contracts

Italian oil and gas contractor, Saipem was awarded two contracts for onshore and offshore work in Indonesia on the Tangguh LNG expansion project in Indonesia.

Chevron says resumes Gorgon LNG production

Chevron’s US$54 billion Gorgon project in Western Australia has resumed LNG production at the giant facility located on Barrow island.


LNG World News Staff

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