LNG (liquefied natural gas) producer Qatargas has extended its contract with Centrica to supply the UK with LNG until 2023.
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AEG Power Solutions has been awarded a contract to supply equipment that will be insuring uninterrupted power supply to the Russian Yamal LNG project.
Chevron has signed an agreement with Singapore Carbon Hydrogen Energy, a subsidiary of JOVO, for LNG delivery from the company’s global supply portfolio
Production is expected to resume shortly at Chevron’s Gorgon LNG export plant offshore Western Australia, following a prolonged shutdown caused by a leak
The LNG Canada Joint Venture (JV) announced today it has decided to delay the final investment decision (FID) on the Canada LNG project.
Woodside makes LNG history, with Siem Offshore, by bringing the first LNG powered offshore standby support vessels to Australia.
No production for two months admits Chevron, as the oil major moves to clarify the situation at its $54 billion Gorgon LNG development.
Chevron makes first LNG shipment from giant Gorgon development, offshore Australia, marking the point the mammoth LNG project gets into full swing.
Wood Group have won a longterm contract from ConocoPhillips, for oil, gas and LNG work, offshore Australia. The contract also covers work offshore Timor Leste.
Pipeline connection specialists, Hydratight, have secured a long term contract with Subsea7 for work offshore Australia, on the Ichthys subsea pipeline.
The mega merger of oil and gas super majors Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group, has hit the buffers, after Australian regulators raise concerns.
Malaysian oil and gas national, Petronas, has taken control of Royal Dutch Shell’s 50% stake in MLNG Dua, an LNG plant in the Malaysian state of the Sarawak.
Chevron Australia has made another significant natural gas discovery in the Greater Gorgon area of the Carnarvon Basin, offshore north-west Australia.
Oil and gas multinational BG Group has begun to production to generate LNG using coal seam gas, in the first scheme of its kind around the world.
Chevron has announced that it will be able to bring in 1,200 new workers for its Barrow Island, Western Australia development thanks to a new ‘Floatel’.