Woodside and Uniper have signed a heads of agreement for the supply of LNG for 13 years, beginning in 2021.
GlobalData has reported that, by 2023, the US will contribute 40% of new-build small-scale LNG liquefaction capacity additions.
According to the gas supply agreements, EOG Resources will sell natural gas to Cheniere over a 15 year period.
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Parkland Fuel Corp. has entered into an agreement to acquire Tropic Oil Co., adding a third US regional operating centre to its portfolio.
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has accepted Commonwealth LNG’s filing application for its Gulf of Mexico project.
Ng Weng Hoong, Contributing Editor, reports on why Singapore’s storage network has bolstered its role as Asia’s oil pricing hub, despite competition from neighbouring countries.
Wood Mackenzie notes that the Arctic LNG 2 FID brings Novatek closer to its strategy of becoming a global LNG player.
Maersk and Koole Terminals will produce 0.5% sulfur marine fuel in the Port of Rotterdam in order to comply with IMO 2020 regulations.