Top news of the week May 4 – 9, 2015
Texas-based Anadarko and its partners are making progress on the remaining agreements and approvals that are required to support investment in the Mozambique LNG project.
The 135,000 cbm Excel LNG tanker experienced last week a loss of propulsion due to a failed engineering gasket while inbound to Cook Inlet, Alaska.
Oil and gas giant Chevron is still expecting the Angola LNG export plant to restart operations by the end of this year.
Shell’s $70 billion takeover of BG Group could face opposition from China’s antitrust authorities that have previously challenged natural resource deals on competition.
Golar LNG said that it has commenced talks with partners Keppel and Black & Veatch aimed at exercising an option, under an existing framework agreement, for the ordering of a third GoFLNG unit similar to the Hilli and the Gimi.
LNG World News Staff