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  • Total has delivered its first shipment of carbon neutral LNG to the Chinese National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC). The loading operation was carried out at the Ichthys liquefaction plant in Australia, and the shipment was delivered to the Dapeng terminal, China.This first LNG shipment whos...

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  • The African Energy Chamber has forecast increased gas monetisation across the continent on the back of a decarbonisation and industrialisation drive in its latest Africa energy outlook.The report finds that while not insulated from the effects of COVID-19, gas markets have been less exposed than tha...

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  • A world on a 2oC pathway could significantly reduce upstream gas investments by 65% through to 2040, according to Wood Mackenzie analysis.The companys base case outlook projects some 200bn boe of new gas resource developments needed to meet demand through to 2040. Major contributors include Qatar, ...

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  • ADNOC LNG has signed up to a six-year supply agreement with Vitol, the worlds largest independent energy trader, for the sale of 1.8mn t/y of post-2022 LNG volumes and a two-year supply agreement with Total for 0.75mn t/y of 2021 and 2022 LNG volumes.The new agreements represent a continuation of t...

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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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  • The CMA CGM Jacques Saadé, the worlds largest containership powered by LNG, recently completed her first LNG bunkering with Totals LNG bunker vessel, the Gas Agility, at the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. The 23,000 TEU1* containership received around 17,300 cm of LNG, making it t...

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  • A weak economic outlook fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a fall in oil and gas prices and weakening LNG demand, prompting LNG exporters to revisit their strategies and capital expenditure (capex) plans for 2020, according to recent GlobalData analysis.LNG companies have been forced to loo...

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  • Centrica has agreed a binding 15-year sales and purchase agreement (SPA) to supply 0.5mn t/y of LNG to Shenergy in China. Deliveries are expected to commence in 2024.The SPA follows a heads of agreement that was concluded in January 2020 and represents the first long-term supply contract for Centric...

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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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