Monthly Archives: April 2020

LNG-to-power projects included in Vietnam’s National Planning

The Ca Na phase I and Long Song phase I (Ba Ria-Vung) LNG-fired power projects have been added by the Government of Vietnam to its National Power Development Planning (PDP). The […]

Guidelines for methane emissions target setting published

GIE, IOGP and Marcogaz have a published a series of guidelines which provide a summary of methane emission reduction targets set by companies in Europe and identifies the key elements […]

Freeport LNG requests to place third train in service

Freeport LNG has requested authorisation to the FERC to place their third train in-service by April 30, 2020. The three trains will be able to produce about 15 MT of […]

Cameron LNG starts commissioning third liquefaction train

Sempra Energy has started the commissioning of the third liquefaction train of Cameron LNG. Following FERCs approval on 21 April to start introducing of pipeline feed gas to the third […]

Qatar Petroleum reserves shipbuilding capacity until 2027

Qatar Petroleum and Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding have signed a US US$3Bn shipbuilding agreement, where QP has reserved shipbuilding capacity until 2027 to meet part of its future LNG carrier fleet requirements, […]

SPA signed to supply province of Guangdong

BP and the Chinese city gas supplier, Foran Energy, have signed an agreement in which BP will be supplying up to 600,000 tonnes of LNG per year to China’s Guangdong […]

Request for capacity increase in Port of Kembla approved

The government of the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) has approved the request by Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) to increase the capacity of its proposed LNG import terminal […]

Sinopec expands storage at Tianjin terminal

Sinopec has started construction of the LNG tanks included in the second phase of the Tianjin LNG terminal project. Phase two includes the construction of five LNG tanks, each with […]

FSR publishes recommendations on methane emissions regulation

The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) has published a paper regarding the importance for gas network companies, including LNG operators to reduce methane emissions to strengthen the sustainability dimension of […]