Gas Processing/LNG

Where will all the LNG go?

Lee Nichols, Hydrocarbon Processing

The global LNG market has been turned upside down. In less than two years, the LNG marketplace has switched from a seller's market to a buyer's market.

Australia Pacific LNG boosts Origin Energy's output

First shipment from Train 2 is expected by the end of 2016.

The Dunkirk regasification plant received its first LNG carrier

The regasification plant in Dunkirk (France) received its first LNG carrier, initiating the installation’s commissioning phase.

Novatek ships first LNG cargo

Novatek has supplied its first LNG cargo sourced from the Trinidad & Tobago LNG plant, to Chile, port Quintero.

Small fire at Prelude LNG construction site in South Korea

A small fire occurred at the construction site in South Korea for the floating Prelude LNG project.

DNV GL advises EU on elements needed for wider adoption of LNG as marine fuel in Europe

DNV GL has provided a report for the EU providing recommendations on how to address barriers to using LNG as fuel for shipping.

Britain could import as much as 93% of its gas by 2040

Britain could be forced to rely on other countries for 93% of its gas supplies by 2040 if there is weak economic growth and not enough money made available to support domestic gas production.

BP announces final investment decision to expand Tangguh LNG facility

BP announced that the Final Investment Decision (FID) has been approved for the development of the Tangguh Expansion Project in the Papua Barat Province of Indonesia.


Andrew, Bob, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Unintended fugitive emissions from pressurized plant components have long been a key concern for operators as well as regulators.

Gazprom sees record 2016 gas exports to Europe

Russia's Gazprom plans to export a record 165 Bcm of gas to Europe this year, as falling gas prices have made its gas more attractive to European consumers.