Top news of the week May 30-June 4, 2016

Anadarko says “strongly committed” to Mozambique LNG project

Woodlands-based Anadarko said Wednesday the company is “strongly committed” to its multi-billion Mozambique LNG project despite the debt crisis in the African country and the oil price downturn.

Chevron wins environmental approval for Gorgon LNG Train 4

U.S. giant Chevron has recently received environmental approval from Australia to add the fourth liquefaction train to its US$54 billion Gorgon LNG project on Barrow Island.

Gazprom Export opens small-scale LNG plant in Pskov

Gazprom Export, the exporting arm of Russian gas giant Gazprom, said it has on Thursday opened a small-scale LNG producing plant in Pskov, a city located in the north-western part of European Russia, near the Estonian border.

Bechtel names new CEO, makes further management changes

LNG engineer Bechtel on Tuesday said Brendan Bechtel has been named the company’s Chief Executive Officer, effective September 1, 2016.

Cheniere takes over control of Sabine Pass LNG Train 1 from Bechtel

Cheniere Energy and Bechtel have on Tuesday informed that substantial completion at Sabine Pass Train 1 has been achieved on May 27.


LNG World News Staff

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