Top news of the week November 28-December 4

First Gorgon LNG cargo (Image courtesy of Chevron)
First Gorgon LNG cargo (Image courtesy of Chevron)

Chevron stops production at Gorgon Train 1, again

US-based energy giant Chevron has halted production at the first liquefaction train of its giant Gorgon LNG facility in Western Australia.

CB&I wins Tacoma LNG plant job

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company has been awarded a contract by Puget Sound Energy for a multi-purpose LNG storage and fueling terminal in Tacoma, Washington valued at over US$200 million.

Centrica sells its Trinidad gas assets to Shell

UK’s Centrica on Wednesday informed it has agreed to sell its entire portfolio of gas assets in Trinidad and Tobago to Shell Exploration and Production for an initial cash consideration of US$30 million (£24 million).

GE Oil & Gas invest $25 mln in Tellurian

Tellurian Investments on Monday said that GE Oil & Gas made a US$25 million equity investment in the company at an implied price of $5.94 per share.

Italy to receive first U.S. LNG cargo?

Italy is about to receive its first cargo of U.S. LNG produced from shale gas, at least that it is what the ship tracking data currently shows.

 

LNG World News Staff

 

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