LNG

World’s 1st LNG Hybrid Barge Christened "Hummel"

  The world’s first LNG hybrid barge of Becker Marine Systems was christened with the name "Hummel" on October 18, 2014, at Grasbrook Quay in HafenCity Hamburg.

U.S. Natgas Engine Sales Lagging Fuel's Steep Price Plunge

  Natural gas-fueled engines, touted as a clean, low-cost alternative to diesel, continue to struggle for acceptance in the U.S. transportation sector despite

KBR, Daewoo win Eni FLNG FEED

  KBR Inc. announced today that the KD Consortium, consisting of KBR and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Company, Ltd, has been awarded a front end engineering

EU Wants Market-Led Response to Any Russian Gas Crisis

"A price increase is not a supply crisis and not a justification for intervening in the market under the pretext of security of supply," the European Commission

GTT Receives Order from HHI for Two LNGCs

Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT), a designer of membrane containment systems for the maritime transportation and storage of liquefied natural gas (LNG) confirmed

Enviro Activists Push Protest Pace

As hundreds of protesters joined environmental activists from South Pacific nations trying to blockade ships at the world's largest coal export terminal in Australia on Friday,

Eni Inks Deal with Korea Gas Corporation

Italian energy group Eni said on Friday it had signed an agreement with Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) to boost cooperation in the upstream and liquefied natural

Chevron Delays Indonesia Deepwater Gas Decision

Chevron Corp said on Friday it has made a final investment decision (FID) on the first stage of a deepwater natural gas project in Indonesia, but delayed a decision

EU, Russian Stakeholders Meet on Ukraine Crisis

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko met German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande for a second

For Ferries, Commercial Light at End of Regulatory Tunnel

A review of the ferry industry’s latest challenges and opportunities attracted a record 340 delegates to Vancouver last week for the 39th annual Interferry conference.

Ukraine Gas Talks to Resume on Tuesday

A new round of trilateral talks bringing together Ukraine, Russia and the European Commission to try to solve a gas pricing row will take place next Tuesday in Brussels,

BG Group wins EXXON LNG Cargo

ExxonMobil's Papua New Guinea liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project has awarded a November cargo to BG Group as part of a two-cargo tender that closed this week, two traders said.

Gazprom, YPF Mull Gas Production Increase

A meeting between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Company's Management Committee and Miguel Galuccio, Chief Executive Officer of Argentine National Petroleum Company

EU: Obtain Gas Supplies if Russia Shuts Valve

EU authorities should be ready to intervene to secure gas supplies in the bloc in the event that the crisis over Ukraine leads to a major disruption of flows from Russia,

Barging Right into LNG

A raft of new and innovative concepts for LNG barge missions hits the market, in North America and across the pond, as well. Industry gears up for the soon-to-come need for bunkering,

Angolan Oil Output Squeezed by LNG Plant Closure

LNG plant shutdown overwhelms oil platforms with gas Oil output squeezed by 50,000 barrels a day Production constraints may reduce demand for tenders

Petrobras September Output Up 0.8 pct

Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA said its production in September rose to 2.781 million barrels of oil and equivalent natural gas per day (boepd), up 0.

Kemp: Oil Market Mightier than OPEC

There is nothing remotely surprising about the sharp fall in oil prices over the last four months, except perhaps the timing. The fundamental forces driving

Europe Might Save $80 billion as Energy Prices Drop

EU energy imports cost over $500 billion in 2013; costs to fall to $425 bln in 2015 if oil remains below $90. The European Union could save up to $80 billion

U.S. Oil Output Cuts Could Take a While

Saudi Arabia effectively started a global oil price war this month aimed at quickly denting U.S. oil output. Slowing a U.S. drilling boom, however, could take more than a year.

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