Gas Processing/LNG

Bechtel completes Curtis Island LNG program

Bechtel has completed construction of the Curtis Island LNG program that has concluded with Australia Pacific LNG starting sustained production from Train 2 of its facility

Royal Caribbean to build ships powered by LNG

The newest class of ships from Royal Caribbean will be powered by LNG and introduce the use of fuel cell technology, ushering in a new era of shipbuilding that will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Rockwell Automation acquires Maverick Technologies

Rockwell Automation, Inc. has acquired leading systems integrator Maverick Technologies to expand domain knowledge and help deliver innovative control and information solutions to customers in industries such as oil and gas, chemical and food and beverage.

Australia Pacific LNG second train starts production

Australia Pacific LNG has produced the equivalent of a cargo of LNG from the second train at its LNG Facility on Curtis Island near Gladstone, Queensland.

Norway LNG workers agree to wage deal, avoid strike

Workers and employers at three plants serving Norway's energy industry agreed a wage deal early on Friday, avoiding a strike that could have cut gas supplies to Britain.

LNG prices enjoying seasonal gains, but may be short-lived

While the LNG market is heading for structural oversupply next year, and for several years thereafter, there are several short-term factors that have been supporting prices, and should continue to do so for a little while.

Gastrade, BEH to cooperate for Alexandroupolis LNG

The Government of Bulgaria has decided to participate in the Alexandroupolis floating LNG terminal project in Northern Greece.

Norway strike could affect LNG plant, refinery

If wage talks fail, Statoil’s Melkoeya LNG plant and Shell’s Nyhamna gas plant could shut, while ExxonMobil’s Slagen refinery’s maintenance could be prolonged.

Ivory Coast signs agreement to establish Total-led LNG consortium

Ivory Coast signed a partnership pact to create a consortium headed by France's Total to build a LNG import terminal that could begin receiving gas shipments by mid-2018.

BP and Area 4 partners sign LNG SPA for Mozambique

BP and the Area 4 concession partners entered into a sales and purchase agreement for BP to purchase 100% of the LNG produced by the Coral South FLNG facility.