Top news of the week May 18 – 23, 2015
Chevron, which is building the giant Gorgon and Wheatstone projects in Australia, said the second wave of LNG investment for the country is at serious risk of not happening.
Speaking at a conference in Melbourne, Woodside CEO Peter Coleman said the company is targeting final investment decision on Browse FLNG project by the end of 2016.
Texas-based Anadarko informed it has selected a consortium consisting of CB&I, Chiyoda and Saipem (CCS JV) for the initial development of the onshore LNG park in Mozambique.
BG Group said on Thursday that operational control of Train 1 at its Queensland Curtis LNG plant has been formally transferred to its Australian subsidiary, QGC, from Bechtel, which constructed the facility.
DNV GL has developed a new unmanned floating LNG concept that overcomes many of the challenges currently faced by those looking to unlock the potential of remote offshore gas fields.
LNG World News Staff