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October 13, 2020
Grain LNG and Qatar Terminal Ltd sign 25-year agreement
National Grid’s Grain LNG and Qatar Terminal Limited (QTL), a subsidiary of Qatar Petroleum, have signed a 25-year agreement on 7.2. MTPA of storage and redelivery capacity from mid-2025. The agreement concluded Grain LNG’s “Open Season”, started in November 2019.
Edited from Grain LNG’s press release
October 12, 2020
Video / Jean-Marie Dauger, GIIGNL Chairman, at the 2020 LNG PCC
September 30, 2020
15-year SPA signed between Centrica and Shenergy
Centrica plc and Shenergy Group Company Limited (Shenergy) have signed a binding 15-year SPA for the supply of 0.5 MTPA of LNG from Centrica to Shenergy, starting from 2024. It is the first long term supply contract for Centrica in China.
Edited from Centrica’s press release
September 29, 2020
The Philippines to build LNG terminal
First Gen has received approval to construct a floating LNG terminal together with Tokyo Gas. The terminal will cost $300 million and it will consist in modifying an existing liquid fuel transport jetty near one of First Gen's gas-burning electrical plants on the coast of the main island of Luzon. Its construction will start in October 2020 and it is scheduled to be completed by third quarter 2022.
Edited from from FirstGen’s press release
September 29, 2020
LNG-to-power project begins operations in Indonesia
A floating LNG-to-Power project has begun operations in Indonesia. The 125 MW Zeynep Sultan powership was previously running on fuel oil and will now use LNG which will be supplied by the Hua Xiang small-scale FSRU. The LNG-to-power project is part of a gas supply agreement between the Indonesian state-owned power utility and Karpowership (shipowner). PT Pertamina is providing the supply of LNG while PT Sulawesi Regas Satu operates the Hua Xiang FSRU.