Top news of the week June 6-11, 2016
The Chevron-led $10 billion Angola LNG project has loaded its first cargo of the chilled fuel since the facility was closed in April 2014, due to a major rupture on a flare line.
Hague-based LNG giant, Shell on Monday revealed an updated strategy as the company is battling with low oil and gas prices and following the takeover of BG Group.
New South Wales and Victoria may have to consider importing liquefied natural gas due to the looming gas shortage in the two states, according to Andrew Smith, Chairman of Shell Australia.
The Croatian government is determined to expedite the process of setting up the country’s first LNG import terminal on the island of Krk.
Petrobras of Brazil on Tuesday said it began a bidding process to sell its liquefied natural gas terminals in Rio de Janeiro and Ceará, along with the thermoelectric power plants associated with these terminals.
LNG World News Staff