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  • It is latest outlook for global LNG, Cedigaz expects total effective capacity from existing and under construction projects to increase significantly from 244mn t/y in 2015 to 387mn t/y in 2021. This strong growth is led by Australia and the US until 2019 and 2021 respectively. Based on Cedigaz sup...

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  • Over the course of the past year the LNG market has undergone a major transformation from a tight market into oversupply on both commodity and shipping fronts, reports Eero Vanaale, LNG Market Analyst, Clarksons Platou.

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  • Law firm King & Spalding recently represented Mitsui OSK Lines on its agreements with Swan LNG for an LNG terminal to be developed in Gujarat, India. The LNG terminal will have a receiving capacity of 5mn t/y and utilise a dual 180,000 cm floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) and 135,0...

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  • IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and Excelerate Energy Bangladesh (Excelerate) have secured debt financing to co-develop the Moheshkhali floating LNG project Bangladeshs first LNG import terminal. The project, which will cost $179.5mn, will expand access to clean energy in Bangladesh. The LN...

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  • Total is to sell its 9.99% stake in the Dunkerque LNG terminal, as a part of a broader sale process initiated by EDF (65.01%) earlier this year. Once the deal completes, two buyers a consortium composed by Fluxys Europe (currently 25%), AXA Investment Managers and Crédit Agricole Assurances, and a...

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  • Chevron started producing LNG at the Wheatstone project in Western Australia in early October. At full capacity, the projects two-train facility will supply 8.9mn t/y of LNG for export to customers in Asia. The LNG facility processes natural gas from the Chevron-operated Wheatstone and Iago fields ...

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  • Centrica has loaded its first LNG cargo from the fifth LNG train at the Sabine Pass liquefaction plant in Louisiana, US, under an agreement signed in 2013 with Cheniere Energy Partners.The gas was loaded onto the GasLog chartered Skagen vessel over the weekend of 28/29 September and will be transiti...

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  • China and the US and are expected to lead capacity growth in the global LNG liquefaction and regasification sectors from planned and announced (newbuild) projects between 2020 and 2024, says GlobalData.Its latest analysis reveals that China leads globally in terms of regasification capacity growth f...

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