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  1. Shell cancels FLNG orders for Browse development

    Royal Dutch Shell PLC has cancelled a $4.6-billion contract with South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. for three floating LNG vessels. The vessels, ordered in June 2015, were earmarked for development of the Browse gas-condensate fields offshore the Kimberley coast of Western Australia for the Woodside Petroleum Ltd.-led consortium. However, the Browse FLNG project was postponed indefinitely in March this year because of the poor prevailing economic and market environment ( OGJ Online, Mar. 24, 2016 ). Up to three FLNG facilities measuring 488-m-long and 78-m-wide were planned for Browse, each capable of producing 3.9 million tonnes/year of LNG and 17,000-22,000 b/d of condensate. Another scenario envisaged two FLNG vessels with one moved around to different locations on the three targeted fields. The three fields in question—Brecknock, Torosa, and Calliance—are 425-km north of Broome and estimated to contain gross contingent resources of 15.4 tcf of dry gas and 453 million bbl of condensate. The FLNG vessels were to be based on Shell technology that is being pioneered for the nearby $6-billion, 3.6 million-tpy Prelude project. The Prelude FLNG vessel is due for completion later this year.

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    Mon, 2 May 2016

  2. ABS Group to develop maintenance strategy for Golar FLNG fleet

    ABS Group subsidiary Genesis Technology Solutions Inc. has received a contract by Golar LNG to develop an intelligent maintenance strategy for the company’s new fleet of floating LNG vessels using the GoFLNG floating liquefaction technology.

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    Wed, 13 Jan 2016

  3. RasGas delivers first LNG cargo to Italy’s Toscana FSRU

    RasGas Co. Ltd. delivered its first LNG cargo on Aug. 23 via the Al Thakhira LNG tanker to the Toscana floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) offshore Italy.

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    Thu, 25 Aug 2016

  4. RasGas wraps low-nitrogen oxide retrofit at Al Khaleej gas plant

    RasGas Co. Ltd. has completed a decade-long program to cut emissions of nitrogen oxide (NO x ) from a series of gas processing installations and related facilities at its LNG operations in Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar, north of Doha.

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    Wed, 29 Jun 2016

  1. Joint FERC applications submitted for LNG project approval

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    Wed, 9 Sep 2015

  2. ENGIE signs long-term liquefied natural gas supply contract with Novatek

    The Yamal LNG project, in which Novatek holds a 60% stake, is the first LNG liquefaction project of this size above the Arctic circle to date. 

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    Wed, 3 Jun 2015

  3. Ophir goes to Golar for Fortuna FLNG vessel

    Ophir Energy has signed a binding heads of terms for a chartering and operating services agreement with Golar LNG.

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    Tue, 5 May 2015

  4. GE to provide propulsion motor equipment for liquefied natural gas vessel

    The construction is scheduled to be completed from 2017 through 2018. 

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    Mon, 19 Jan 2015

  5. Energy News: World's first coal-seam-gas to LNG facility starts up

    Bechtel has successfully converted natural gas from coal seams into liquefied natural gas (LNG) ready for export, a world first

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    Tue, 30 Dec 2014

  6. Delfin LNG to establish headquarters in Houston

    Delfin LNG LLC is establishing its headquarters in Houston, as the company prepares to launch the first deepwater liquefied natural gas exporting in the Gulf of Mexico, according to the Houston Business Journal .

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    Thu, 12 Mar 2015

  7. Gulf LNG companies seek FERC approval for Louisiana project

    Gulf LNG Liquefaction Co. (GLLC) and Gulf LNG Energy (GLE) on June 19 collectively filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requesting authority to construct and operate new natural gas liquefaction and export facilities at GLE’s existing liquefied natural gas (LNG) ...

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    Mon, 22 Jun 2015

  8. Baker Botts expands with new Rio de Janeiro office

    Baker Botts LLP has opened a new office in Rio de Janeiro, the firm’s first office in Latin America in almost 50 years, in order to work closely with clients in Brazil and throughout Latin America. The firm will operate as a foreign legal consultancy in Rio, with resident partners John White and ...

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    Wed, 14 Aug 2013

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