Petronas Eyeing Year End for Canada LNG Investment Decision

Pacific NorthWest LNG, a unit of Malaysia's Petronas, still plans to make a final decision on the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in northwest British Columbia by year end,

Finland Grants Support to Three Small LNG Terminals

The Finnish government granted 65.2 million euros (84.22 million US dollar) in subsidies to build three small liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals to cut on use

Ingram to Build 20 Tank Barges in 2015

Ingram Barge Company announced that it will build 20 tank barges in 2015 to meet growing demand for chemical shipments. While most of the company’s recent tank

Senator Says 2015 Could Be Time for US Oil Export Bill

The top supporter in the U.S. Congress for reversing the 40-year ban on crude oil exports, Senator Lisa Murkowski from Alaska, said next year could be the time for a bill on lifting the restriction.

Slovak Gas Importer SPP Says Supplies Still Down

Slovak natural gas importer SPP said it had seen an about 25 percent reduction in shipments of Russian gas via Ukraine compared to requested amounts on Thursday.

Bulgaria Hopes Greece can ease Russia Gas Worries

Bulgaria is in talks with neighbouring Greece on gas imports, fearing the Ukraine crisis may lead to disruption of supply from Russia, its economy minister said on Thursday.

Chevron: 'lessons learned' after Angola LNG missteps

A string of missteps at a $10 billion Angolan liquefied natural gas venture has hurt Chevron Corp's reputation as a top-notch operator of profitable energy projects around the world.

Poland Eyes Gas Hub to Ease Russia's Grip

Poland is taking steps towards creating a gas trading and transit hub in Central and Eastern Europe aimed at accomplishing what much of the region has failed to

Natural Gas, Power & Coal Market: PIRA's Weekly Recap

NYC-based PIRA Energy Group believes that drought-stricken Brazil will continue high LNG imports. In the U.S., there was another above-expectations build, with larger injections to come.

For Europe's LNG Ports, Russia Gas Fears and US Exporters Buoy Demand

Gas buyers nervous of Russia cutting supply are helping solve Europe's problem of too many underused liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, as they seek space at France's Dunkirk plant.

Romania parliament postpones gas price deregulation to 2021

The Romanian parliament's lower house on Wednesday postponed planned deregulation of household gas prices by two and a half years to July 2021 aiming to support

Slovakia: Drop in Russian Gas due "technical reasons"

Slovakia is working with information that a reduction in shipments of Russian natural gas through Ukraine in the past week have been caused by technical problems,

Ukraine: EU Proposes Sept 27 Gas Talks

The European Commission has proposed to hold gas talks with Ukraine and Russia on Sept.27, Ukraine's Energy Minister Yuri Prodan was quoted as saying on Wednesday.

Gazprom Addresses Relationships with Ukraine in Gas Sector

  The Board of Directors addressed the issuses regarding the state and prospects of the relationships between Gazprom and Ukrainian business entities in the gas sector.

Kenya Aims to Add 1,200 MW to Creaking Power Grid

Kenya plans to add 500 megawatts (MW) of electricity to the national grid from natural gas deposits, the energy minister said on Tuesday, taking steps to address

UFG to Drop Egypt Lawsuit if Israel Import Deal Cleared

Spain's Union Fenosa Gas (UFG) may drop a lawsuit against Egypt if it approves a deal for the company to import Israeli gas into its idle liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant in Egypt,

Ferus Smit Building LNG Powered Cement Carrier

The first unique LNG powered ship that Ferus Smit has on order for Erik Thun A.B. will be built and equipped as a dedicated cement carrier. The ship will be delivered to the joint venture JT cement,

Sinopec Starting LNG Terminal Ops by end-Oct

Top Asian refiner Sinopec Corp will start trial operations at its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal by the end of October, a company representative said on Tuesday.

Slovak Gas Importer: Russian Tuesday Deliveries drop 25 pct

Slovak gas importer SPP reported a 25 percent reduction in gas supplies from Russia via Ukraine on Tuesday, the biggest drop since a decline in deliveries was first reported last week.

China Orders More MAN Dual-Fuel Units

51/60DF engines to power LNGCs MAN Diesel & Turbo has announced a further order for its MAN 51/60DF engine. After a longer period of evaluation, an international consortium,

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