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Global Markets: Japan's Tokyo Gas Pushes to Revise LNG Supply Contracts

Japan‘s Tokyo Gas, the biggest city-gas supplier in the world’s largest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), is in talks to renew supply contracts and will push to revise terms to get more flexibility and cut prices, a senior official said on Thursday. 276 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Kpler LNG (Monthly Mexico Imports by Origin)

Originally Released on 13 July 2017

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Peru LNG is currently experiencing delays, with Galea and Scf Mitre ballasting along the coast.

We observe the increasing variety of US LNG destinations, with 3 cargoes delivered to NWE in the past two months.  354 more words

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LNG Bluff 5: Greens

Yesterday, the left leaning NDP officially formed the new government of British Columbia thereby ending of 16 years of conservative Liberal Party rule in our Province. 247 more words

Africa Oil & Gas: Qatar LNG expansion plans, a collateral damage to East African gas projects

Qatar plans for LNG capacity expansion could be bad news for projects in east Africa operated by Eni, Anadarko, Shell and Statoil that have yet to take final investment decisions (the Eni-led Coral floating LNG project offshore Mozambique announced its  155 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Egypt's booming gas sector means return to self-sufficiency and chance to overcome economic, social problems

Egypt: gas to the rescue
A booming natural gas sector means a return to self-sufficiency and a chance to overcome some of Egypt’s economic and social problems. 529 more words

Africa Oil & Gas: Egypt To Double Gas Output By 2020

Output from three of Egypt’s newest natural gas fields will boost the nation’s output by 50 percent by 2018 and by 100 percent in 2020, according to new  285 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Egypt’s natural gas output expected to rise 50% in 2018 and double by 2020

Three recently discovered major gas fields are expected to raise Egypt’s natural gas output by 50% in 2018 and 100% in 2020, the petroleum ministry said. 208 more words