A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight

  • Negotiations on Tuesday to avert labor strikes at three Australian LNG export facilities yielded no significant progress and are expected to continue as union members consider their options. 
  • Some workers at Woodside Energy Group Ltd.’s North West Shelf export facility in Western Australia voted last week to go on strike if necessary. Others at Chevron Corp.’s Wheatstone and Gorgon LNG facilities are expected to decide on the same this week. The three facilities represent 10% of global liquefaction capacity.
  • Europe’s natural gas benchmark, the Title Transfer Facility, jumped sharply across the curve on Tuesday at the threat of an impasse in labor negotiations. The October contract gained the most, finishing 12% higher at...