JGC (TYO:1963) said today that it has reached a settlement with Inpex (TYO:1605) regarding the lawsuit that Inpex filed against joint venture company JKC, which consists of KBR (NYSE:KBR), Chiyoda (TYO:6366) and JGC, relating to the construction of the giant Ichthys liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in northern Australia.
Investment research firm Bernstein has named Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside (ASX:WPL) as its “best idea” for the fourth quarter 2021 as prices surge and the Asian market tightens. Significantly, Woodside is one of the most exposed LNG suppliers to the spot market.
News that Cheniere (NYSE:LNG) signed a long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply contract with China’s ENN Natural Gas (CH:600803) earlier this week marked the first major US-China deal since 2018. Over the past three years, new LNG deals between the two great powers were put on ice as rising political tensions under the Trump administration thwarted trade.
US-based Cheniere Energy (NYSE:LNG) will supply 0.9 million tonnes per year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to China for 13 years starting in July 2022 after signing a deal with ENN Natural Gas (SHA:600803).
The government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) is pushing for a bigger shareholding of the ExxonMobil-led PNG LNG export project. The latest move was triggered by the proposed merger of Santos (ASX:STO) and Oil Search (ASX:OSH), both of which hold stakes in PNG LNG.
Qatar, the world’s biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG), warned that prices have climbed to “unhealthy” levels.
Vietnam's state-run PetroVietnam Power Corp (HM:POW.) has signed a deal to allow a consortium of two local banks to arrange a $1.4 billion syndicated loan for two liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, the government said yesterday.
Japan’s Tokyo Gas (TYO:9531) and Thai state-backed energy company PTT (BKK:PTT) will set up a joint venture to enter the on-site energy business involving liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply in Thailand.
China is urging its liquefied natural gas (LNG) importers to procure more supply to fix its energy crisis, while providing little financial support for firms paying record-high rates for the super-chilled fuel.
Asia gas prices may be high, but over the years they are poised to go even higher due to two key developments that threaten to change Japan’s role and influence in global liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, according to the latest analysis from Japan NRG.
Energy majors, including Chevron, ExxonMobil, JERA, JGC, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Santos and SK E&S, are banding together to help nations in Asia achieve lower carbon emissions by promoting natural gas. Together they have established an advocacy group called Asia Natural Gas and Energy Association (ANGEA) that will join with policymakers to find solutions to cut carbon emissions.
Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the most promising liquefied natural gas (LNG) importing markets in Asia. Industry players—both domestic and global—have voiced their intent to pursue projects in Vietnam, encouraged by the government’s departure from its traditional coal-centric mindset and the rapid penetration of renewable energy in Vietnam’s power mix in recent years.
China’s energy crisis has highlighted weaknesses in one of President Xi Jinping’s top priorities -- energy security -- that could have ramifications for the power system for years to come.
China will build four new liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers for Qatar Petroleum, as part of a deal worth 2.8 billion Qatari Riyals ($760 million) that will help bolster the country’s fleet, as its North Field expansion progresses. Significantly, it is the first order placed with a Chinese shipyard for LNG vessels by Qatar Petroleum and underscores the strengthening strategic relationship between the two nations.
Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices surged to a record-high as global competition for the super-chilled fuel intensified amid low inventories and coal shortages.
China’s central government officials ordered the country’s top state-owned energy companies -- from coal to electricity and oil -- to secure supplies for this winter at all costs, according to people familiar with the matter.
Malaysia’s Petronas said it will deliver three ‘carbon neutral’ liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes from its Bintulu export complex to China’s Shenergy at terminals in Shanghai between October 2021 and March 2022. Still, question marks remain around whether the industry can really make LNG carbon neutral.
Qatar Petroleum has signed a deal with China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) for the supply of 3.5 million tonnes per year (t/y) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) over a 15-year term starting January 2022. Significantly, the deal brings Qatari LNG supplies to China under long-term deals to 15.5 million t/y.
Malaysia’s state energy company Petronas said that a fire broke out at its giant liquefied natural gas (LNG) export complex in Bintulu, Sarawak, on Tuesday, but that operations are unaffected.
ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) and Papua New Guinea (PNG) have agreed key terms for the P’nyang development that could expand the current PNG LNG export project.
Analysts expect Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplier Woodside (ASX:WPL) to benefit as China faces a severe winter of energy shortages, with primary energy demand surging to a 10-year high.
Pakistan only started importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) six years ago, but its growing dependence on the super-chilled fuel is starting to turn into a nightmare.
Sri Lanka will forge ahead with plans to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the next few years, even as a global supply crunch sends prices of the fuel soaring.
While most gas suppliers look set to benefit from a global spike in gas prices, PetroChina (HK:857) is one of the few exceptions, as regulated prices and rising gas import losses are set to squeeze China’s largest gas producer.
BP (LON:BP) has signed a heads of agreement to buy 3.75 million tonnes per year (t/y) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Beach Energy’s (ASX:BPT) onshore Waitsia gas project in Western Australia’s Perth basin for a five-year term.