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Caroline Evans

Caroline Evans joined NGI as an associate LNG editor in March 2021. Prior to NGI, she was a reporter for five years at oil & gas newspaper Upstream, where she covered North American LNG and shale. Caroline holds a bachelor of arts degree in history from McGill University and a master of arts degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.

MiQ, Carbon Limits to Develop First Independent LNG Certification Standard

MiQ, Carbon Limits to Develop First Independent LNG Certification Standard

Nonprofit MiQ and partner Carbon Limits plan to roll out an emissions certification standard for liquefied natural gas volumes (LNG) as early as this summer, providing a potential boost for suppliers under pressure from customers to lower their environmental impacts. The partners said Thursday they are developing the first independently audited certification standard to calculate…

May 13, 2021
Corpus Christi Port Partnering with Ares on Green Hydrogen Project

Corpus Christi Port Partnering with Ares on Green Hydrogen Project

The Port of Corpus Christi, a leading U.S. oil and natural gas export hub, has unveiled plans to explore green hydrogen production at its facilities in South Texas. Under a memorandum of understanding (MOU) announced earlier this week, the Corpus Christi port is partnering with finance giant Ares Management Corp. to look into the potential…

May 13, 2021
Northern Oil Grows Output as More Bakken Curtailments Eased

Northern Oil Grows Output as More Bakken Curtailments Eased

Lower 48 producer Northern Oil & Gas Inc. saw its 1Q2021 output climb over the previous three months as more curtailments were eased in the Bakken Shale and well productivity improved. The company, which has positions in the Bakken, the Marcellus Shale and the Permian Basin, reported overall production of 38,417 boe/d for the first…

May 11, 2021
Rystad Sees Global LNG Market Flipping from Surplus to Deficit in 2029 on Mozambique LNG Delays

Rystad Sees Global LNG Market Flipping from Surplus to Deficit in 2029 on Mozambique LNG Delays

Anticipated delays in developing liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects in Mozambique could cause the market to tighten even more than expected later this decade, with forecasts flipping from surplus to deficit in 2029, according to a new report from Rystad Energy. The Norwegian consultancy said it now expects a supply deficit of 5.6 million…

May 10, 2021
Whiting Sees Commodity Prices Strengthen, but Bakken Oil Output Down and Natural Gas, NGLs Flat from Year Ago

Whiting Sees Commodity Prices Strengthen, but Bakken Oil Output Down and Natural Gas, NGLs Flat from Year Ago

Bakken Shale producer Whiting Petroleum Corp. posted higher 1Q2021 revenues despite lower production as commodity prices strengthened. Output declined in the first quarter to 8.1 million boe from 8.44 million boe in 4Q2020. Natural gas production totaled 10.3 Bcf compared to 10.7 Bcf in 4Q2020, while natural gas liquids (NGL) output rose slightly to 1.56…

May 9, 2021
Sempra Now Eyeing Port Arthur LNG FID in 2022 and Looking to ‘Green Up’ Site

Sempra Now Eyeing Port Arthur LNG FID in 2022 and Looking to ‘Green Up’ Site

Sempra Energy may push a decision on whether to sanction the Port Arthur, TX, natural gas export project to 2022 as it looks to reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint. “We continue to work with partners and customers to focus on options to reduce the projects GHG profile and continue improving its competitive position in…

May 6, 2021
MPL CEO Sees ‘More Urgency’ in LNG Market as Customer Interest in Mexico Project Ramps Up

MPL CEO Sees ‘More Urgency’ in LNG Market as Customer Interest in Mexico Project Ramps Up

Plans to develop a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility on Mexico’s west coast are moving steadily forward as the project is garnering more interest from potential offtakers in Asia. Mexico Pacific Ltd. LLC, the Houston-based company developing the project, signed a fifth memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a potential buyer in December, CEO Doug…

May 5, 2021
LNG Suppliers Woodside, Santos See Revenue Lift on Higher Commodity Prices

LNG Suppliers Woodside, Santos See Revenue Lift on Higher Commodity Prices

Two of Asia’s biggest liquefied natural gas (LNG) suppliers, Woodside Petroleum Ltd. and Santos Ltd., posted higher first quarter revenues despite loading fewer volumes over the previous three-month period as commodity prices strengthened. Woodside last month said LNG sales in 1Q2021 amounted to 17.6 million boe/d, down from 19.4 million boe/d in 4Q2020 and 17.8…

May 5, 2021
Equinor Bumps Marcellus Production as Overall Output Declines

Equinor Bumps Marcellus Production as Overall Output Declines

Equinor ASA’s U.S. natural gas production ticked up in the first quarter, driven by activity in the Appalachian Basin, offsetting a drop in the Norwegian major’s overall output. The company logged 236,300 boe/d from its Marcellus Shale in 1Q2021, compared to 207,000 boe/d reported in the previous quarter and 186,600 boe/d in 1Q2020. Total Marcellus…

May 4, 2021
Cheniere Logs Record LNG Cargoes Despite Winter Storm Uri

Cheniere Logs Record LNG Cargoes Despite Winter Storm Uri

Cheniere Energy Inc. exported a record number of liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes during the first quarter despite the impacts of Winter Storm Uri, which shut down the Corpus Christi LNG plant in South Texas for several days. The company said in its first quarter earnings report it shipped 133 cargoes during the period, compared…

May 4, 2021
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