Posts Tagged ‘LNG import terminals’

Repsol and Irving to convert Canaport LNG into export terminal

Repsol Canaport LNG to value Talisman US shale gas The Spanish oil and gas company Repsol SA and its local partner Irving Oil (Irving) have decided to convert their existing import liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal Canaport LNG into an export LNG terminal from Saint John in the New Brunswick Province […]

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Resources Energy Inc. to export Alaska Cook Inlet LNG to Japan

REI Cook Inlet project to feed Japan LNG Terminals The Japanese Alaska-based Resources Energy Inc. (REI), in joint venture with the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA), is planning series of projects to export Alaska liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Cook Inlet Basin to Japan LNG import terminals. Leading […]

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Petronet makes decision on Dahej LNG Regasification Plant Expansion

Toyo Engineering starts to harvest India LNG Terminals The Indian leading midstream company Petronet LNG Limited (Petronet) has selected Toyo Engineering Company (Toyo or TEC) to expand its liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and regasification plant in Dahej, Gujarat, on the west coast of India. India is the 13th largest […]

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BG Group and Trunkline steam up to convert Louisiana LNG terminal

Technip selected for Lake Charles LNG FEED work BG Group plc (BG) from UK and Trunkline LNG Export LLC (Trunkline) from USA have selected Technip to perform the front engineering and design (FEED) to convert their US Lake Charles facilities into Louisiana liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal. Trunkline is a […]

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Cameron LNG next in-line for USA Export LNG appproval

Sempra at final stage for Cameron LNG FERC approval The California-based company Sempra Energy (Sempra) and its partners, GDF-Suez from France, Mitsubishi Corporation (Mitsubishi) and Mitsui  & Co, Ltd (Mitsui) from Japan ,  are reaching the final stage of the complex process approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) […]

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