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  1. Contract for purchase of liquefied natural gas for the purpose of LNG Terminal signed

    Liquefied natural gas for the purposes of Świnoujście LNG terminal cool-down and start-up operations will be supplied by the biggest producer of LNG in the world and operator of the greatest methane carrier fleet – Qatargas. Polish Oil and Gas Company acting as an intermediary in gas supply to the terminal under the Contract with Polskie LNG has reached an agreement with Qatari enterprise. Under the contract with EPC Contractor for the LNG terminal in Świnoujście, Polskie LNG shall procure the fuel for technical purposes of the project. Pursuant to contractual provisions, the EPC Consortium is obliged to conduct technical start-up operation comprising i.a. cool-down, system performance adjustment along with trial run and operational tests of the entire installation. In addition to these, The EPC Contractor - under the Annex of 9 September 2015 to the EPC Contract - is financially liable for the process of unloading and receipt of liquefied natural gas for the purposes of Terminal’s start-up.   PGNiG shall procure two batches of LNG in the amount required for all necessary start-up operations along with performance and operational tests in compliance with the highest international standards in LNG industry, and to ensure safety of delivery. As most of LNG purchased for the purposes of start-up operation will be regasified in the process and further injected into the transmission network, it requires from PGNiG considerable flexibility in receiving the gas and a substantial potential to distribute the gas fuel in the market.   - PGNiG company was designated to ensure both the delivery of fuel for the purposes of cooling-down the installation and start-up as well as receipt of substantial volumes of gas fuel generated in this process with due care and professionalism. The LNG contracted by PGNiG for the purposes of installation cool-down and start-up will be supplied by Qatargas , said Jan Chadam, CEO of Polskie LNG. - Throughout LNG delivery process, PGNiG will consider the determinants of the Terminal’s construction design and will arrange the receipt of gas fuel generated in the process of installation start-up. Involvement of Qatargas - a recognized global supplier of LNG - will guarantee that all relevant quality requirements for such a delivery are satisfied.  This is another example of good cooperation between PGNiG and Qatargas, said Mariusz Zawisza, CEO of PGNiG. Qatargas is the largest producer of LNG and a charterer of the greatest number of methane carriers in the world. LNG for the purposes of Terminal cool-down and start-up will be supplied on Q-Flex vessels, identical as those which will supply gas fuel for PGNiG under the long-term agreement. Qatargas has extensive experience with start-up deliveries for numerous LNG terminals in the world. The first delivery will be preceded by technical audit which is an internationally recognized method of verification whether a terminal is ready to admit an LNG carrier, unload and store unloaded LNG volumes in onshore tanks. Engagement of Qatargas mitigates the risks related with ensuing coordination and cooperation in terms of commercial deliveries performed under the long-term contract with PGNiG. 

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    Tue, 15 Sep 2015

  2. Samsung C&T Corporation awarded the EPC contract for Singapore's LNG terminal

    The Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd has awarded the contract for the engineering, procurement and construction of Singapore's LNG terminal to Samsung C&T Corporation.

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    Mon, 8 Feb 2010

  3. CB&I wins EPC contract for expansion of U.S. LNG terminal

    CB&I has been awarded a lump-sum turnkey contract valued in excess of US$80 million for a liquefied natural gas ( LNG ) terminal expansion project in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

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    Wed, 8 Oct 2003

  4. Total makes $207 million investment in Tellurian to develop integrated gas project

    Total will acquire 23% of Tellurian Investments Inc. for $207 million to develop an integrated gas project, from the acquisition of competitive gas production in the US to the delivery of LNG to international markets from the Driftwood LNG terminal .

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    Tue, 20 Dec 2016

  1. Petrobras announces third LNG terminal

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    Wed, 2 Mar 2011

  2. CNOOC begins building another LNG terminal

    China National Offshore Oil Corp. said earlier this week it has begun building its fourth LNG terminal in China, in Zhuhai City in South China's Guangdong Province, state-owned Xinhua News Agency reported on its web site.

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    Fri, 22 Oct 2010

  3. GAIL commissions Dabhol LNG terminal , plans expansions

    GAIL (India) Ltd., Mumbai, earlier this month commissioned the 5-million tonne/year Dabhol LNG terminal at Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, about 210 miles south of Mumbai.

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    Tue, 22 Jan 2013

  4. GAIL commissions Dabhol LNG terminal , plans expansions

    GAIL (India) Ltd., Mumbai, earlier this month commissioned the 5-million tonne/year Dabhol LNG terminal at Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, about 210 miles south of Mumbai.

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    Tue, 22 Jan 2013

  5. El Paso: LNG terminal land site preferable; off shore possible

    El Paso Corp. hopes to announce 'within months' a proposed site for a new LNG terminal on the west coast, said Kathleen Eisbrenner, senior managing director, Global LNG, an El Paso unit.

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    Fri, 9 Mar 2001

  6. Cheniere Energy to develop LNG terminals on Texas Coast

    Cheniere Energy Inc. announced today that it is acquiring three land lease options for the purpose of developing Liquefied Natural Gas ( LNG ) terminals along the Texas Gulf Coast.

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    Tue, 12 Jun 2001

  7. Accelerating LNG exports is lame-duck session priority, lawmakers say

    Passing legislation aimed at accelerating US LNG exports is a priority in the 115th Congress’ lame-duck session that’s just getting under way, three federal lawmakers said on Nov. 15.

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    Tue, 15 Nov 2016

  8. Dynegy plans LNG terminal on Louisiana coast

    Energy marketer Dynegy Inc. Thursday joined the competition to build a liquefied natural gas receiving and regasification terminal on the US Gulf Coast. The Houston company said it will construct a facility at Hackberry, La., on the company's existing liquefied petroleum gas terminal site. (By the ...

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    Thu, 12 Jul 2001

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