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Ron Nissimov

Ron Nissimov started writing for NGI in June 2020, after covering the North American LNG market for 15 years and closely witnessing its incredible transformation from importing to exporting. He worked for seven years at Argus Media and prior to that for eight years at Platts LNG Daily. Before writing about LNG, Ron was a newspaper reporter for 12 years, including nine years at the Houston Chronicle, where he covered city hall, higher education, civil courts and general assignments. He earned a master’s degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, and a bachelor’s degree in studio art, specializing in photography, from Stanford University.

Glenfarne eyeing Gulf Coast LNG FIDs in 2021, Sees ‘Substantial Opportunity’ in Korean Market

Glenfarne eyeing Gulf Coast LNG FIDs in 2021, Sees ‘Substantial Opportunity’ in Korean Market

New York City-based Glenfarne Group LLC hopes to fund both of its U.S. Gulf Coast LNG export projects by the end of 2021, founder Brendan Duval told NGI. Glenfarne earlier this month closed on the acquisition of the 8.8 million metric tons/year (mmty) Magnolia LNG export project near Lake Charles, LA, from Australia’s Liquefied Natural…

June 29, 2020
Producer Deals for U.S. LNG Said Unlikely Amid Covid-19

Producer Deals for U.S. LNG Said Unlikely Amid Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has made it difficult for U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) developers to sign additional long-term natural gas supply deals with producers to help fund new liquefaction capacity, an industry analyst said. Cheniere Energy Inc. signed two long-term deals last year with Permian Basin producers to buy natural gas at prices linked to…

June 23, 2020