Top news of the week October 20-25, 2014

Woodside to shut Train 1 at NWS LNG

LNG player Woodside will shut Train 1 at its North West Shelf LNG project in the fourth quarter for a planned maintenance.

Angola LNG restart pushed back to late 2015

After a major rupture on a flare line shut the facility down after less than a year of operation, Angola LNG facility’s restart has been pushed further back to late 2015.

BP selects two Consortiums for Tangguh LNG expansion

BP has awarded the onshore Front End Engineering and Design for the $12 billion Tangguh Expansion Project (Train 3), to two consortiums.

Sabine Pass liquefaction project moving forward

Sabine Pass LNG, a unit of Cheniere Energy, filed a report with the U.S. FERC covering construction activities through September at the Sabine Pass LNG export terminal.

Employees return to work after ethylene leak at QCLNG site

Employees across the QCLNG site returned to normal work activities after a minor leak in a temporary transport container of ethylene gas on the Curtis Island site overnight.


LNG World News Staff, October 26, 2014


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