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LNG Projects in the Gulf of Mexico Boosted as Russian Gas Alternative
Two years ago, the American liquified natural gas (LNG) company Tellurian was in free fall: Its stock price collapsed, it laid off 40 percent of its staff, and …
Shell Cleared to Restart Prelude FLNG
Shell has been given the green light to resume operations at its Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility offshore Western Australia after an inci…
Germany in Talks with Qatar on Long-Term Gas Supplies to Reduce Russian Dependence
Germany and Qatar are negotiating a long-term energy partnership, government officials from both sides said Sunday, as Europe's biggest economy seeks to become …
Bangladesh to Get more LNG Supply in Summer
The world's leading LNG (liquefied natural gas) producer Qatargas has agreed to re-schedule its LNG cargo-delivery plan for Bangladesh to boost the fuel supplie…
Soaring LNG Demand Creates Traffic Jam at Gulf of Mexico Ports
Gulf Coast liquefaction facilities are operating near capacity thanks to strong demand.
Coal-Fired Power Plants
Japan's Fukushima Earthquake Shuts Dozen Power Plants, Sendai, Chiba Refineries
A magnitude 7.4 earthquake occurred offshore Fukushima in northeastern Japan late March 16, shutting a dozen coal, gas and oil-fired power plants along with the…
Norway’s Equinor Ramping up Gas Output to Help Meet Europe’s Demand
Norway’s state player Equinor and the country’s government have worked out a plan to maintain high gas exports to Europe and meet the demand amid supply conce…
Biden Administration Approves More LNG Exports to Europe
The Biden administration said on Wednesday it had authorized additional exports of liquefied natural gas from two major facilities on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Dutch Limit Gas Production at Groningen Despite Energy Crisis
The Dutch state announced in 2019 that Groningen output would end by October 2022 to limit seismic risks in the region, with gas only to be extracted thereafter…
China’s CNPC to Start LNG Production in Mozambique in October
China’s CNPC and its partners are set to start liquefied natural gas (LNG) production in Mozambique in October, the Mozambican government announced.
Japan Eyes LNG Investments to Cut Dependence on Russian Energy
Japan aims to reduce its dependency on Russian energy supply by taking steps.
Europe’s Plan to Quit Using Russian Fuel Starts a Global Fight for Gas
The liquefied natural gas market is primed for a global battle for supply with far-reaching repercussions as the threat of Russia cutting off Europe sends the c…
Why LNG Won’t Fully Replace Russian Gas in Europe
Europe faces a number of challenges in importing more U.S. LNG.
EIA: US Weekly LNG Exports Down by One
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that LNG exports are down by one LNG carrier this week from last week.
Worley to Pull out of Russia over Ukraine Invasion
Australia-based engineering firm Worley has decided to suspend its operations in Russia in response to invasion of Ukraine.