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June 26, 2014

"The LNG Industry in 2013" in El Economista (Spain)

June 4, 2014

Total signs a long-term agreement to supply LNG to Pavilion Energy

Total signed on 31 May 2014 a 10-year LNG sale and purchase agreement with Pavilion Gas, a subsidiary of Pavilion Energy, for the supply of 0.7 million tonnes per year of liquefied natural gas to Asia, including Singapore, starting in 2018. In addition, several LNG cargoes will be supplied prior to 2018. This LNG will be sourced from Total’s global LNG portfolio.

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June 2, 2014

Cheniere signs 20 year SPA with Gas Natural Fenosa

Cheniere and Gas Natural Fenosa signed a 20 year SPA for LNG sales from Corpus Christi Train 2 (Gas Natural Fenosa contracts for approximately 1.5 million tonnes per annum of LNG).

Under the SPA, Gas Natural Fenosa will purchase LNG on a free on board ("FOB") basis for a purchase price indexed to the monthly Henry Hub price plus a fixed component. LNG will be loaded onto Gas Natural Fenosa's vessels. The SPA has a term of twenty years commencing upon the date of first commercial delivery of the second train of the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project, with an extension option of up to ten years. Deliveries from Train 2 are expected to occur in 2019.

 

May 30, 2014

GIIGNL's study "The LNG Industry in 2013" in LNG Journal

May 28, 2014

E.ON and RasGas sign medium-term flexible contract for the supply of LNG

E.ON and RasGas Company Limited (RasGas) have signed a medium-term flexible contract, with immediate effect, for the supply of liquefied natural gas from Qatar to the Isle of Grain in the United Kingdom. The three-year contract has the potential to supply up to around two billion cubic meters over its term.

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