News
July 18, 2024
The companies hardest hit by the outage at Freeport LNG, which began on July 6, include Japanese companies Jera Co. and Osaka Gas Co., oil majors bp Plc. and TotalEnergies SE, and South Korea’s SK E&S Co., people familiar with the matter said.
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July 17, 2024
The company plans to restart its first production line this week, with the intent to start the remaining units shortly thereafter, Browne said. Still, production is expected to be at reduced rates, a spokesperson said, without saying how long the reduction would last. The plant is designed to produce 15 million metric tons of LNG annually.
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July 15, 2024
Scheduled for release in early August, the carbon storage assessment is constructed from the largest subsurface library in the world comprising formation tops, petrophysically interpreted logs, and reservoir property maps, including the maximum carbon storage volume per formation.
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July 15, 2024
Wood has secured a six-year contract to provide brownfield engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCm) solutions for Shell’s Prelude Floating Liquified Natural Gas (FLNG) facility in Western Australia.
News
July 14, 2024
On Shell’s Capital Market Day in 2023, Shell committed to deliver upstream and integrated gas projects coming on stream between 2023 to 2025, with a total peak production of greater than 500,000 boed. Jerun is expected to contribute to this commitment.
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July 11, 2024
Honeywell’s new holistic offering will encompass natural gas pre-treatment and state-of-the-art liquefaction, utilizing digital automation technologies unified under the Honeywell Forge and Experion platforms. This full-service solution will enable efficient, reliable and optimized management of natural gas assets.
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July 10, 2024
Occidental, which is building a carbon-capture portfolio through its subsidiary 1PointFive, plans to build a fleet of plants that suck carbon dioxide directly from the air. Microsoft on Tuesday agreed to buy 500,000 metric tons of credits from the company’s Stratos plant in Texas, which is expected to start up next year.
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July 10, 2024
ADNOC has signed several new long-term LNG sales commitments with international partners, including for the delivery of 1 million tonnes per annum (MMtpa) with Shell and 0.6mtpa with Mitsui & Co., taking the committed Ruwais LNG production capacity to 70%.
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July 07, 2024
Technip Energies and SBM Offshore announced the formal implementation of Ekwil, a 50/50 floating offshore wind joint-venture. Ekwil is a pure player delivery partner offering a diversified range of ‘series production’ floating offshore wind solutions to meet the growing and demanding needs of energy customers around the world.
News
July 06, 2024
Shell Plc, TotalEnergies SE, bp Plc and Mitsui & Co. will each take a 10% stake in the Ruwais LNG plant, said the people, who asked not to be named as the information isn’t public. Agreements may be signed as soon as next week, the people said.
News
July 04, 2024
U.S. LNG exports yield significant economic advantages by bolstering natural gas production, thereby enhancing labor income within the sector and driving down the costs of imported goods while bolstering the value of the dollar, consequently stimulating heightened economic activity, according to the Center for LNG.
News
July 03, 2024
DeepOcean’s scope of work includes trenching, transport and installation of all inter-array cables with adjacent services for all wind turbines of Nordseecluster A.
Article
June 2024
Addressing hydrogen hurdles to unlock net zero potential
News
July 03, 2024
Texas LNG Brownsville LLC, a subsidiary of Glenfarne Energy Transition, LLC, has signed a non-binding Heads of Agreement (“HOA”) a long-term LNG free-on-board (“FOB”) sale and purchase agreement (“SPA”) for 0.5 MMtpa of LNG from Texas LNG.
News
July 02, 2024
U.S. District Judge James D. Cain Jr. in Louisiana issued a preliminary injunction Monday in a lawsuit filed by 16 states, which argued Biden violated federal law by halting licenses in January to assess impact of shipments on climate change.
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June 30, 2024
Under the multi-year services frame agreement, Baker Hughes will provide spare parts and field service resources for onsite turbomachinery equipment maintenance and upgrades, equipment refurbishment and advanced digital asset performance services.
News
June 27, 2024
Baker Hughes launched three gas, flow and moisture measurement sensor technologies designed to improve safety performance and drive productivity in oil and gas, hydrogen and other applications across energy and industrial sectors.
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June 26, 2024
Polaris and Atlas will build on the success of the Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility at Scotford, which has safely captured and stored more than nine million tonnes of CO₂ since 2015 that would otherwise have been released into the atmosphere.
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June 26, 2024
Aramco and Sempra have executed a non-binding Heads of Agreement (HoA) for a 20-year sale and purchase agreement (SPA) for liquefied natural gas (LNG) offtake of 5.0 million tonnes per annum (MMtpa) from the Port Arthur LNG Phase 2 expansion project.
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June 26, 2024
Kimmeridge is buying out Commonwealth LNG founder Paul Varello’s share in the company as he retires and boosting the firm’s stake to 90%. The company also is appointing David Lawler — who resigned from bp in the wake of Bernard Looney’s departure in 2023 — as chief executive officer of the Kimmeridge Texas Gas unit, which would run Commonwealth LNG.
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June 25, 2024
Following recent reports that the Biden Administration’s federal moratorium on new liquified natural gas (LNG) export plants is prohibiting Ukraine from purchasing American LNG, Railroad Commissioner Wayne Christian slammed the administration’s policy and called on the president to rescind the ban.
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