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LNG max pain $74.50 expiration Friday 09/05/2014

The max pain strike for stock LNG and expiration Friday 09/05/2014 is $74.50. Highest put open interest is 74.00. Highest call open interest is 80.00. Put-Call ration is 0.85. 12 more words

Seismic/Ley lines

Seismic/Ley lines

 

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in straight lines

plotted by

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into the ground

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A Look At the Neighborhood: BG Group Mzia tests show LNG hub development potential

BG Group said the results from a recently completed second drill-stem test (DST) on the Mzia discovery in Block 1, offshore southern Tanzania, provided further support for a hub development to supply a potential onshore LNG project. 248 more words

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Will Malaysia emerge as the new Qatar of LNG

Wood Mackenzie’s analysis suggests that Petronas’s flexible LNG volume will grow from 2.5 mtpa in 2013 to 26 mtpa in 2022, through new capacity additions in eastern Malaysia as well as Canada, offtake agreements with other suppliers and projects such as GLNG in Australia.

via Maritime Executive

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PJOE gets Yamal LNG modules construction deal

Penglai Jutal Offshore Engineering (PJOE) Heavy Industries has secured its biggest overseas contract it has ever undertaken from Yamgaz to fabricate total 140,000 tons pipe rack modules for three trains with the biggest module being 7,172 tons. 57 more words

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Jinhai Heavy Industry teams up with CSSC 708 Design Institution

Zhoushan’s Jinhai Heavy Industry has signed strategic cooperation agreement with 708 Design Institution of CSSC targeting FPSO projects, drilling rigs, LNG/LPG carriers, offshore construction vessels, etc.

via 中国海洋工程装备网

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AG&P delivers Santos GLNG modules

Santos Gladstone LNG (GLNG) has confirmed that the last of its LNG modules has left AG&P yard at Batangas, Philippines. Being one of the oldest and largest fabrication yards in Asia, AG&P fabricated all 111 of the modules in two years. 24 more words

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