Top news of the week September 8-13, 2014
This year was very successful for Houston-based LNG player Cheniere. The company has signed several LNG deals for its Corpus Christi liquefaction project in Texas, and the construction on its Sabine Pass four liquefaction trains is well underway.
GE Oil & Gas said is providing both technology and capital to help expedite construction of the Freeport LNG gas liquefaction and LNG export project in Southeast Texas.
The PGN FSRU Lampung, owned by Höegh LNG of Norway, received its first LNG cargo onboard the Neo Energy in July this year.
Japan secured a low-cost and stable supply of LNG after the country’s trade ministry and Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources signed a memorandum of understanding.
LNG Limited’s unit Magnolia LNG has appointed three management executives to join the current Magnolia LNG project execution team.