Top news of the week November 14-19
Novatek’s giant Yamal project in Russia is on track to ship its first cargo of LNG by the end of next year with the project’s plant around 85 percent complete, according to Novatek’s CEO Leonid Mikhelson.
Hague-based energy giant Shell, that is currently constructing the world’s largest floating LNG producer, Prelude FLNG, may consider building another unit of that size – depending on the market, Marjan van Loon, Shell’s top executive in the Netherlands said on Tuesday.
Petronas’ first floating LNG facility, the PFLNG Satu, on Monday received its first gas from the Kanowit gas field, offshore Sarawak.
Eni of Italy has approved the investment plan for the first phase of the development of the Coral gas discovery in the Rovuma Basin, offshore Mozambique.
Production at the first liquefaction train of Chevron’s giant Gorgon LNG facility on Barrow Island in Western Australia has restarted.
LNG World News Staff