Gas Processing/LNG

Wärtsilä to supply re-gasification system for Höegh LNG ship conversion

Wärtsilä has been contracted to supply the re-gasification system for an FSRU conversion project that Höegh LNG plans to carry out on a modern LNG vessel.

RasGas delivers first LNG cargo to Toscana FSRU

RasGas shipped its first LNG cargo to the floating storage regasification unit in Toscana, Italy.

CIMIC Group issues update on Gorgon LNG lawsuit

Australia’s CIMIC Group Ltd. released a statement yesterday about a Notice of Dispute the company issued in February relating to the Gorgon LNG Jetty and Marine Structures Project.

LNG slump, cost cutting spur rare output curb at Australian plant

Spending cuts and weak global liquefied natural gas prices have forced the operator of the Gladstone LNG project in Australia to consider running the plant at less than full tilt.

Australia's gas paradox: supply crunch looms despite rich reserves

Australia is on track to become the world's biggest LNG exporter by 2019, yet faces a looming shortage at home as states restrict new drilling onshore and cash-strapped oil and gas companies cut spending.

DNV GL grants approval in principle for new IHI floating power generation concept

DNV GL has given IHI Corp. approval in principle for its floating LNG power station concept.

KOGAS may build LNG import terminal for Mexico's Yucatan

Korea Gas Corp. signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mexican state government of Yucatan to build an LNG import terminal and gas pipelines.

Shell unit declares force majeure on gas supplies to Nigeria LNG

Shell Petroleum Development Co. has declared force majeure on gas supplies to the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas export facility on Bonny Island.

ExxonMobil urges end to PNG LNG royalty dispute amid protest

ExxonMobil Corp. urged a quick resolution to a dispute between the government of Papua New Guinea and disgruntled landowners, following a protest at its $19 B PNG LNG project over royalty disagreements.

Eni reaches deal with Exxon on Mozambique gas project

Italian oil firm Eni has wrapped up long-running talks to sell a multi-billion dollar stake in its planned Mozambique LNG development to Exxon Mobil.