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GasLog Partners awarded new charter agreements with Total and Shell
-6/18/2021 8:38:10 PM
GasLog Partners LP (“GasLog Partners” or the “Partnership”) announced two new time charter agreements with leading global energy producers.
H-energy and Petrobangla sign agreement for LNG gas pipeline link
-6/18/2021 5:26:21 PM
Achieving a major milestone for supply of re-gasified LNG from India to Bangladesh, H-Energy signed an MoU with Petrobangla this week. The companies will soon finalise a long-term supply agreement to commence the supply of R-LNG to Bangladesh through a cross-border natural gas pipeline. A portion of the piped gas may also be utilised in West Bengal.
Greek FSRU deal signed
-6/18/2021 5:16:10 PM
Greek gas grid operator DESFA has signed an agreement with Dioriga Gas, a unit of Motor Oil Hellas, for the FSRU project in the Gulf of Corinth, Greece.
LNG prices slip but remain at double digits on firm demand
-6/18/2021 4:41:51 PM
Spot LNG prices in Asia slipped this week, but remained at double digits as demand was firm globally from the power generation sector
Saipem awarded gas plant project
-6/18/2021 4:40:34 PM
Saipem received a Letter of Award from ADNOC Sour Gas, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), for a new contract related to the Optimum Shah Gas Expansion (OSGE) & Gas Gathering project
First plane lands at Arctic LNG 2 project airport
-6/17/2021 3:40:27 PM
Arctic LNG 2 announced that the first plane landed at the Utrenniy airport built specifically for the Arctic LNG 2 project on the Gydan Peninsula in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Region.
Senegal readies for first LNG-powered electricity
-6/17/2021 3:38:48 PM
Senegal is set to be partly powered by LNG for the first time with the arrival at the capital, Dakar, on Wednesday of a floating gas facility from Singapore
From hate to love: The carbon price journey of LNG in Australia
-6/17/2021 3:24:53 PM
Australia's LNG sector is changing from an industry that was vociferously opposed to any form of carbon taxes or trading to one that views a price on emissions as vital to its future.
LNG's share of Indian gas demand to rise to 70% by 2030
-6/17/2021 3:21:37 PM
The share of LNG in India's gas consumption could rise to 70% from the current 50% in 10 years, and new import terminals are needed, the chief executive of the country's top gas importer said.
Mammoet-Haisla J.V. successfully reaches next milestone at LNG Canada
-6/17/2021 2:50:33 PM
Mammoet-Haisla Joint Venture has completed the pile handing scope for the LNG Canada project through JGC-Fluor Joint Venture in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada.
Honeywell UOP to provide supply of adsorbents to accelerate setting up medical oxygen plants
-6/16/2021 2:06:41 PM
Honeywell is partnering with Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) and with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research–Indian Institute of Petroleum (CSIR–IIP), Government of India, to supply molecular sieve adsorbents (zeolites) to accelerate setting up of Medical Oxygen Plants (MOP) in the country to address the ongoing pandemic.
Surging demand growth will put China on top of the LNG world
-6/16/2021 2:04:39 PM
For as long as most can remember, Japan has been the world’s largest LNG market. The country’s utilities and trading houses underpinned decades of LNG supply growth, signing long-term contracts that formed the bedrock of the industry. But nothing lasts forever, and with Japan’s LNG demand in long-term structural decline, China will this year become the world’s largest LNG market.
Energy majors bid for Qatar LNG project despite lower returns
-6/15/2021 8:06:46 PM
Six top western energy firms are vying to partner in the vast expansion of Qatar’s liquefied natural gas output, industry sources said, helping the Gulf state cement its position as the leading LNG producer while several large projects around the world recently stalled.
Galp to hold off on LNG investment until Mozambique ensures security
-6/15/2021 7:50:17 PM
Portugal's Galp Energia, a partner in an Exxon Mobil-led gas consortium in Mozambique, will not invest in onshore plants there until authorities guarantee security and social stability, which may take time
Chevron expects to restart Australia's Gorgon Train 3 in coming weeks
-6/15/2021 7:34:41 PM
Chevron plans to restart Train 3 at the Gorgon LNG plant off Western Australia in the "coming weeks", after it was shut for maintenance and weld inspections.
Italgas lifts spending to prepare gas grid for energy transition
-6/15/2021 2:08:33 PM
Italgas pledged to spend more on its gas distribution network in Italy to prepare to transport hydrogen and renewable gas as the transition to cleaner fuels picks up pace.
Australia's LNG industry sees a somewhat green hydrogen future
-6/15/2021 2:03:49 PM
Having scaled the peak of becoming the world's top exporter of LNG, Australia's producers of the super-chilled fuel are contemplating switching their industry around to become the global leader in hydrogen.
Ukraine prepared to take action against Gazprom over central Asian gas
-6/14/2021 2:56:25 PM
Ukraine is prepared to take legal action against Gazprom to unblock natural gas supplies from central Asia
Sempra Energy to advance future net-zero energy systems
-6/11/2021 7:41:01 PM
Sempra Energy announced has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), providing a framework for a joint effort to advance future net-zero energy systems.
EU countries meet to tussle over gas project funding
-6/11/2021 4:28:53 PM
European Union energy ministers met in Luxembourg to debate prolonging EU support for some cross-border natural gas projects, despite the European Commission saying such funding should end to meet climate change goals.
Gazprom sees domestic gas consumption rising 7.5% within 5 years
-6/11/2021 4:26:21 PM
Russian energy giant Gazprom expects domestic gas consumption to rise by 7.5% within the next five years as it embarks on a $7 billion program to supply gas to more households
Japan's Astomos Energy buys carbon-neutral LPG cargo from Shell
-6/11/2021 3:24:05 PM
Astomos Energy has agreed to buy a cargo of LPG with offset carbon emissions from Royal Dutch Shell.
Supply issues, firm demand boost LNG prices to over $12/mmBtu
-6/11/2021 3:21:00 PM
Asian spot prices for LNG jumped by over 10% as issues in a few plants curtailed supply and as demand remained strong during the summer period
U.S. LNG export plant feedgas seen rising after maintenance reductions
-6/11/2021 3:16:19 PM
The amount of gas flowing to U.S. LNG plants edged up after falling to its lowest since February due to reductions at a couple of Louisiana plants and some pipelines serving them.
LNG market poised for buoyant recovery
-6/11/2021 3:06:33 PM
LNG prices are poised for more gains as gas-hungry China guzzles cargoes to feed a rebound in economic growth while the easing of coronavirus-induced restrictions restores industrial demand in India.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
Facing regulatory uncertainty, competition from renewable energy and increasing calls for decarbonization, natural gas pipeline operators are studying the blending of hydrogen into their networks to produce lower-carbon methane and test their equipment’s capability for handling H2/methane blends.
Industry Focus: EastMed pipeline faces technical challenges, competition
-Eugene Gerden
The outcome of the EastMed pipeline project—a planned, 1,900-km (1,180-mi), subsea pipeline that would supply Europe with 9 Bm3y–12 Bm3y of natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean—is being closely watched by many on the global stage.
Regional Focus: Africa’s floating LNG sector looks to regain footing post-pandemic
-Shem Oirere
The drive to harness natural gas reserves in Africa is supporting low-emissions energy generation and effective monetization of marginal and small gas fields.


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