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All publications by tag «LNG»

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2018, November, 28, 12:50:00
RUSSIAN LNG TO EUROPE
REUTERS - “Between 150 and 160 transfers will take place in the port’s fjord from November to June,” local mayor Kristina Sigursdottir Hansen told Reuters. “Ships will be coming with gas from Russia, from Yamal ... More than 300 ships actually (will be involved).”
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2018, November, 28, 12:45:00
MAJOR PLAYER: RUSSIA
WSJ - Directly squaring off against U.S. shale exporters, Russia has emerged this year as a major player in the burgeoning market for liquefied natural gas, which is exported across the oceans on special ships. Meanwhile, Russia has been pumping gas into Europe at a record pace in existing pipelines, and to the East it’s close to opening a major pipeline into China, the world’s fastest-growing major gas market.
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2018, November, 23, 12:10:00
START OF YAMAL LNG - 3
NOVATEK - PAO NOVATEK (“NOVATEK” and/or the “Company) announced that its joint venture Yamal LNG has commenced initial production of LNG at the plant’s third LNG train. The total nameplate capacity of all three LNG trains is 16.5 mmtpa, or 5.5 mmtpa per LNG train.
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2018, November, 16, 09:35:00
RUSSIAN ENERGY FOR ASIA
PLATTS - Asia is a growing market for Russian energy, including LNG, and a potential source of investment for the world's largest producer of resources and minerals. The Kremlin has increasingly looked to build its presence in the Asian region following the imposition of tough sanctions by the US on Russia.
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2018, November, 14, 11:30:00
ADNOC & SAUDI ARAMCO COOPERATION
ADNOC - The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) signed a framework agreement with Saudi Aramco (Aramco), to explore potential opportunities for collaboration in the natural gas and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) sectors.
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2018, October, 26, 12:50:00
БОЛЬШЕ РУССКОГО СПГ
МИНЭНЕРГО РОССИИ - «Мировой спрос на СПГ к 2035 году удвоится и составит 600 млн тонн, основным локомотивом станут страны АТР, Китай и Индия в частности. При этом, строящийся и одобренные СПГ-заводы обеспечат потребность в газе только до середины следующего десятилетия. После 2025 года для России появляется окно возможностей, суммарно для удовлетворения спроса нужно будет построить еще 250 млн т», - отметил Министр. Россия может обеспечить до 40% от уровня дополнительного спроса, заявил Александр Новак.
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2018, October, 26, 12:40:00
EUROPE'S LNG IMPORTS
EIA - Imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the 28 countries that make up the European Union (EU-28) averaged 5.1 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2017, increasing for the third consecutive year but remaining below their 2011 peak.
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2018, October, 26, 12:35:00
U.S. LNG FOR EUROPE
FT - That the Nord Stream 2 pipeline will increase Europe’s dependence on Russian natural gas is a geographic and arithmetical fact. But buried in the heated rhetoric — now rising to US sanction threats — over how much that matters, is just how inexpensive it would be for Europe to purchase supply diversity with liquefied natural gas from the US.
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2018, October, 26, 12:25:00
OMAN'S LNG FOR BANGLADESH
PLATTS - Bangladesh is expecting first lean LNG imports from Oman Trading International from May 2019, as part of a sales and purchase agreement signed in May 2018 for 1 million mt/year of LNG over 10 years, managing director with state-owned Rupantorita Praktritik Gas Company Md Quamruzzaman said
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2018, October, 26, 12:10:00
NOVATEK'S PROFIT RUB 45.9 BLN
NOVATEK - In the third quarter and the nine months of 2018, profit attributable to shareholders of PAO NOVATEK increased to RR 45.9 billion (RR 15.23 per share), or by 21.6%, and to RR 121.1 billion (RR 40.17 per share), or by 8.1%, respectively, as compared to the corresponding periods in 2017.