zoomImage courtesy of Inpex Halliburton Company secured seven contracts for drilling and completion services for the next phase of field development of the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG project in the Browse Basin offshore northern Australia. The well development campaign is due to start in March 2020 and will continue for an
Image courtesy of Sempra Energy Cameron LNG project has filed a request with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission seeking a 72-month extension to place additional facilities in service. In May 2016, the project was issued an authorization to site, construct, and operate certain additional facilities for the liquefaction and export
Image courtesy of Nakilat The South Hook liquefied natural gas import facility on the Milford Haven waterway is set to accommodate one of the largest vessels in the global LNG tanker fleet. The 263,300-cbm Al Ghuwairiya Q-Max LNG carrier is scheduled to deliver a cargo to the South Hook liquefied
Image courtesy of Clough Perth-based LNG engineer Clough said the natural gas-fueled Port Moresby power station in Papua New Guinea has been officially opened. The facility was inaugurated at the beginning of December last year, Clough said in its statement. The power station is the first-ever utility-scale gas engine project
Illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Eni) Italian energy conglomerate Eni has signed a new long term contract for the purchase of 1,5 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas with Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG). The LNG will be produced from the existing Trains 1,2 and 3 located in Bonny Island,
Image courtesy of Cheniere Houston-based LNG exporter Cheniere Energy has hit a milestone with the production and export of its 1000th cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The produced these 1,000 cargoes from both the Sabine Pass liquefaction project and the Corpus Christi liquefaction project, within four years after starting
Image courtesy of Bahrain LNG Bahrain LNG, the developer and owner of the first LNG receiving and regasification terminal developed on a PPP basis, has completed the mechanical construction and commissioning of the terminal. The customer is paying Bahrain LNG as of completion and is sending out the last of
Image courtesy of Gazprom Russian giant Gazprom said it has supplied its first billion cubic meters of gas via the TurkStream gas pipeline. Of that amount, about 54 percent went to the Turkish gas market and some 46 percent was delivered to the Turkey-Bulgaria border, Gazprom said in its statement.