Tagged With FLNG
Energean not holding breath on East Med FLNG
26 January 2023
Potential beneficiary of LNG export solution at Leviathan is only cautiously welcoming
Greater Tortue Ahmeyim FPSO sets sail
25 January 2023
The LNG project’s vessel is due to arrive in the second quarter
Petronas presses ahead with Sabah LNG
11 January 2023
The project is another sign of the industry’s growing adoption of floating liquefaction technology
Eni greenlights second Congolese LNG project
5 January 2023
Rapid-deployment floating developments are a burgeoning part of the sector
Asia gas body urges winter coordination
12 October 2022
The demand side will have a greater short-term role than supply in the potentially difficult months ahead
Delfin eyes emerging US export strategy
30 September 2022
The company expects more US gas producers to target international markets as it signs a deal with Devon Energy and nears FID on its FLNG project
Eni and TotalEnergies strike more gas in Cyprus
23 August 2022
The European producers celebrate further success in Block 6 but the East Med export conundrum remains unsolved
Is floating LNG coming of age in Africa?
11 August 2022
Offshore liquefaction projects seem well-suited for the continent’s upstream
Afreximbank backs Nigerian-owned FLNG project
15 July 2022
Bank has made a preliminary agreement to help fund scheme
Mauritanian LNG project has wind in its sails
16 May 2022
Greater Tortue Ahmeyim development could be shipping cargoes before the end of next year
East Med aims to reap renewed gas appetite dividend
29 April 2022
Europe’s new urgency to diversify from Russian supply should offer opportunities, according to regional producer Energean
Senegal hit hardest in West African project delays
10 April 2020
BP has declared force majeure for a FLNG vessel at Grand Tortue Ahmeyim and Woodside is reviewing cuts and delays to Sangomar
All eyes on Cameroon's first FLNG project
8 May 2018
Success for Golar's facility could ease the way for further developments off Africa’s coasts
Tanzania's LNG plans remain stalled
19 October 2017
A decision to split the energy and minerals ministry in two may be intended to dispel uncertainty over future liquefied natural gas export plans, but more than that will be needed
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