Top news of the week March 4-9

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Cheniere takes over Corpus Christi LNG Train 1 control

Houston-based LNG player Cheniere and contractor Bechtel said that the Corpus Christi liquefaction project’s first train has reached substantial completion.

State-owned PNOC joins $2 bln LNG project

The Philippine National Oil Company has joined its compatriot Phoenix Petroleum and Chinese CNOOC Gas and Power Corp. on the $2 billion LNG import facility.

Port Kembla FSRU project nearing FID

The Port Kembla gas project, the first LNG import terminal in New South Wales, has entered the last stage of preparation for the final investment decision.

Chevron starts Wheatstone domestic gas supplies

US energy giant Chevron said Tuesday it started supplying natural gas to the domestic market from its Wheatstone LNG project near Onslow, Western Australia.

Novatek-Total firm up Arctic LNG 2 stake sale

Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer and LNG operator, Novatek the definitive agreement for the sale of 10 percent participation interest in Arctic LNG 2 to France’s Total.


LNG World News Staff

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