The FERC has approved the construction of Train 4 at the Freeport LNG terminal in Texas.
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The TASI Group recently acquired Sierra Instruments, its second acquisition in recent months.
The EIA has revised its price forecast for Brent crude oil upward, reflecting price increases in recent months, more recent data, and changing expectations of global oil markets.
The Sniffers has developed a Methane Accounting Program to assist oil and gas asset owners to realise their environmental and sustainability ambition for methane.
Grupa LOTOS has announced that its Gdansk refinery has continued to operate at full capacity, relying on deliveries of crude oil by sea and the release of mandatory stocks.
At a price of US$250 million, NuStar Energy will has agreed to divest its St. Eustatius oil storage terminal.
SBM Offshore will construct, install and operate ExxonMobil’s 2 million bbl crude oil storage capacity FPSO, Liza Unity.
The distinction by TÜV Nord Cert confirms that the company’s internal processes and regulations comply with the ISO 27001 definitions.
Following a meeting, the President of Mozambique His Excellency Filipe Nyusi and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Al Walker announced plans for Mozambique LNG to make an important announcement during a celebratory event on 18 June 2019 in Maputo.
Further advancing the prospect of Germany’s first LNG terminal, Axpo and German LNG Terminal have signed a Heads of Agreement for a long-term capacity contract.
FERC has published its final Environmental Impact Statement for Venture Global LNG’s Plaquemines LNG and accepted a pre-filing request for its Delta LNG project.
Abu Dhabi Ports plans to integrate advanced technologies into maritime operations and solutions with the help of Dell Technologies.