Total intends to resume work at the Mozambique LNG site after the government has provided assurances of improved security.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has taken the final investment decision (FID) for the world’s largest LNG plant, which will increase the country’s production to 110 million tonnes per year.
Belgium’s marine construction specialist Besix, working with Mota-Engil, will build the marine facilities for the Mozambique LNG project.
There are no cases of coronavirus at the Mozambique LNG site, in the country’s north, Australia’s RBR Group has reported.
A consortium of local and Nigerian banks, with three export credit agencies (ECAs), have agreed to provide $3 billion of financing for the seventh train at Nigeria LNG (NLNG).
Nigeria LNG has awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a seventh train, worth more than $4 billion.
BP will be bracing for a delay in the start-up of its third liquefied natural gas (LNG) train at the Tangguh LNG project in West Papua province, Indonesia, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has taken the final investment decision (FID) on Train 7, the long-awaited expansion project that will take the project’s capacity to 30 million tonnes per year.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) intends to produce 126 million tonnes per year of LNG by 2027, from its current level of 77mn tpy.
Xodus Group, the Aberdeen-based energy consultancy, is now wholly-owned by Subsea 7 following an exit by Japanese investor Chiyoda Corporation.
Aberdeen consultancy Xodus Group has been nominated as a subcontractor for an LNG project in Indonesia.