Top news of the week May 2-7, 2016
LNG giant Royal Dutch Shell said it would cut jobs in Australia following the recent merger with the BG Group.
Gazprom’s Chairman Alexey Miller discussed the ongoing FEED process for the Sakhalin 2 project’s third liquefaction train with Shell’s CEO Ben van Beurden, at a meeting in St. Petersburg.
Cheniere’s unit, Sabine Pass has on Friday submitted a request with the U.S. FERC to place the first liquefaction train at the Lousiana export facility into service.
Japan, the world’s largest buyer of liquefied natural gas is aiming to establish an international LNG trading hub by the early 2020s, according to a statement by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Petronas-led Pacific NorthWest LNG project on Friday appointed Anuar Taib, EVP and CEO Petronas Upstream as chairman of the board while Adnan Zainal Abidin has been named the president and CEO of PNW LNG.
LNG World News Staff