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Dreams for B.C.'s LNG projects dim

Even when times were relatively good, Premier Clark’s dreams of making B.C. a global energy exporter were slim. Before the collapse of oil prices, when the Asian market for liquefied natural gas was strong, B.C. 488 more words


Hugo Chavez played Trinidad and Tobago on Loran-Manatee gas field

Details of this issue are presented in my book: “The Geo-politics of LNG in Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela in the 21st century” The following questions are extremely relevant on this issue: Why did Chavez in the post-2002 attempted coup politics of Venezuela choose to pit up for bidding offshore blocks where there is no hinterland with the development to facilitate effective monetisation of these gas fields? 314 more words

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Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi (ENI) CEO says Mozambique gas 'very competitive' due to low costs

2015-04-23) Low natural gas extraction costs in Mozambique will allow Italian energy company Eni SpA to produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the country that is very competitive, Chief Executive Officer Claudio Descalzi said on Wednesday. 140 more words


Total sees deep water, Liquid Natural Gas acquisition potential as oil falls

Total SA said it may take advantage of the slump in crude to make acquisitions that build on the strengths of Europe’s third-biggest oil company in deepwater offshore fields and LNG. 407 more words

April 2015

Huu-ay-aht reps head to China

When the China LNG International Summit kicks off this week, Huu-ay-aht First Nations will be represented, along with the Nations partner Steelhead LNG.

Huu-ay-aht Councillor John Jack and Executive Director James Edwards will travel to Beijing to attend the summit. 333 more words


“Catastrophic Threat” Motivated Activists Sentenced for Cove Point Crane Climb

Judge Sentences Cove Point Defenders to 40 Days for Trespass

By Anne Meador

On April 20, two environmental activists appeared in Maryland District Court in Calvert County on charges related to a protest against the Cove Point LNG plant, in which they climbed up the arm of a crane and dropped a banner at a Dominion Cove Point construction site. 1,015 more words


[NEWS] Buyer deals, seller mergers show changing dynamics in LNG market

Nothing shows the changing nature of the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market than the creation of super-sized producers and buyers.

The $70 billion merger of Royal Dutch Shell and BG and the joint fuel procurement venture between Japan’s top utilities, Tokyo Electric Power Co and Chubu Electric Power Co, are flip sides of the same coin. 343 more words