The Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) has launched an international tender process for a floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) as Sri Lanka aims to start importing liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Qatar Petroleum will supply 1.25 million tonnes per year (t/y) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Bangladesh after signing a deal with global trader Vitol.
African states trying to secure domestic energy infrastructure have tended to struggle with creditworthiness, which makes project financing more difficult.
Countries that need power, need power now – and Karadeniz’s Powerships may just be the fastest moving answer to this particular demand.
There are challenges ahead for Mozambique, even while it is poised for a period of dramatic growth as investment into its northern gas finds escalates.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has signed up to supply Kuwait with 3 million tonnes per year of LNG for 15 years, under an agreement with Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC).
Total and South African gas facilities developer Gigajoule have signed a joint development agreement (JDA) on the import of LNG into Maputo.
Uniper is confident that LNG supply will continue to be bountiful in the years to come, providing a secure source of supply for demand around the world, company board member Keith Martin told Energy Voice at ADIPEC.
Klaipedos Nafta (KN) intends to buy a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) by the end of 2024.
Royal Vopak has bought a 49% stake in Colombia’s LNG import facility, in Cartagena. The company did not disclose how much it paid for the holding, in the statement announcing the move on September 12.