All publications by tag «LNG»
2019, April, 3, 10:50:00NOVATEK, REPSOL AGREEMENT
NOVATEK announced that it has signed a non-binding Heads of Agreement for the supply of LNG with Repsol.
2019, April, 3, 10:45:00NOVATEK, VITOL AGREEMENT
НОВАТЭК и трейдинговая компания Vitol S.A. объявили о подписании Базовых условий соглашения на поставку СПГ
2019, April, 1, 11:27:00RUSSIA'S LNG WILL UP
TASS - The share of liquefied natural gas (LNG) on the global gas market may double to reach 70% by 2040, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak said at the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum on Friday.
2019, April, 1, 11:05:00TURKEY'S LNG RECORD
DS - Turkey's monthly liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports reached a historic record high at 2.34 billion cubic meters (bcm) in January 2019, according to Turkey's Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) data.
2019, April, 1, 11:00:00RUSSIA'S GAZPROM LNG
Russian gas producers Gazprom and RusGazDobycha will start a major gas processing and liquefaction project near the Baltic Sea port of Ust-Luga, Gazprom said on Friday.
2019, April, 1, 10:55:00RUSSIA'S LNG ELECTRICITY
Novatek PJSC is looking at power generation to unlock demand for liquefied natural gas from its massive projects in Russia’s Arctic.
2019, March, 25, 11:10:00TANZANIA'S LNG $30 BLN
Tanzania plans to negotiate terms for developing a $30 billion liquefied natural gas project with companies between April and September, the Energy Ministry said.
2019, March, 22, 10:30:00COMPETITIVE RUSSIAN LNG
Russian LNG is well positioned to compete with North American projects to reach new markets in Asia and the Atlantic Basin despite the challenges, a Shell executive said Wednesday at the LNG Congress in Moscow.
2019, March, 20, 10:35:00S.KOREA'S LNG WILL UP
The South Korean government Tuesday gave its final approval to lower taxes on LNG used for power production by 75%, and raise those on thermal coal by 28% from April 1, in a move likely to boost downstream gas consumption.
2019, March, 18, 12:55:00SHAKY INDIA'S LNG
India’s demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is set to rise by about 10 percent this year even as the country adds import capacity at a faster clip, because infrastructure constraints keep gas from getting to consumers and hinder growth rates.