Top news of the week September 12-17
LNG equipment maker Air Products on Friday rolled out the first completed liquefied natural gas (LNG) heat exchanger manufactured at its new production facility in Manatee County, Florida.
On Thursday, September 8, a spill occurred at the Woodfibre LNG site, which is located about seven kilometres southwest of downtown Squamish in British Columbia, Canada.
Qatar Petroleum is reportedly interested in the Mozambique gas business of Italy’s Eni and could opt to join ExxonMobil in buying a multibillion-dollar stake.
London-based Ophir Energy on Thursday said its Fortuna FLNG project in Equatorial Guinea is moving forward and the project is “technically ready” for a final investment decision.
Haldia Dock Complex under India’s Kolkata Port Trust has recently earmarked about 10 acres of land for a period of 30 years for setting up of LNG storage facilities set to support the use of LNG as fuel for barges.
LNG World News Staff