Top news of the week March 30 – April 4, 2015

QCLNG still not fully operational

BG Group’s Queensland Curtis LNG facility is not yet fully operational, according to BG’s Australian unit QGC.

Inpex could triple Masela FLNG’s capacity

Due to a likely increase in recoverable gas reserves, Inpex of Japan revealed plans to up the FLNG plant’s capacity from 2.5 million metric tons per year to 7.5 mtpa.

Saipem needs more money to complete Polish LNG terminal

Polish LNG terminal will be completed in the summer, only if Saipem of Italy receives additional payment, according to the Polish daily Rzeczpospolita.

GDF Suez forms new enterprise with global LNG unit

French LNG player GDF Suez said that it has decided to launch an enterprise project that will accelerate the group’s growth and meet the demands of the rapidly changing environment.

Interview: Adriatic LNG received more than 370 carriers

In five years of its activity, Italy’s Adriatic LNG terminal, located off Porto Levante in the northern Adriatic Sea, has received more than 370 carriers delivering over 30 bcm of gas into the national pipeline network.

 

LNG World News Staff

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