Top news of the week March 19-25
Qatar’s RasGas has delivered the 500th cargo to the Adriatic LNG terminal located about 15 kilometers off the Veneto coastline.
Chevron said Tuesday it has shipped fifty cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its troubled Gorgon project in Western Australia since the start-up in March last year. The U.S -based energy giant also cautioned that an expansion of its Gorgon and Wheatstone projects, combined worth about $88 billion, is unlikely to take place due to the current market conditions.
Norway-based floating LNG giant Höegh LNG has launched its eighth floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) at the Hyundai Heavy Industries’ shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea.
Japan’s JERA, the world’s largest corporate liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyer, has signed a deal with South Korea’s Kogas and China’s CNOOC Gas and Power Trading & Marketing to cooperate in the LNG business and to secure more flexible contracts.
The world’s first purpose-built LNG bunkering vessel, Engie Zeebrugge, built for Engie, Fluxys, Mitsubishi Corporation, and NYK’s Gas4Sea partnership is set to arrive in Zeebrugge by April 2.
LNG World News Staff