Feed gas deliveries to U.S. export terminals from Maryland to the Gulf Coast continued ramping up on Tuesday as the global gas market tightened and the latest hurricane to hit Louisiana spared liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants after making landfall last week. Cameron LNG, which was still ramping up following Hurricane Laura, opted to shut…
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The number of vessels floating with liquefied natural gas (LNG) aboard and waiting to discharge at terminals worldwide declined markedly on Tuesday. ClipperData showed 20 vessels floating, down from 23 a week earlier and a peak of 33 on June 19. Kpler had 13 vessels tagged as floating, compared to 20 at the end of…
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U.S.-based energy companies this week announced billions of potential investments from Chinese firms that would not only ensure financing to develop domestic natural gas but also the wherewithal to export more gas and ethane products to the fastest growing market in the world.
A first-of-its-kind U.S. natural gas export project offshore Louisiana is gaining more financial wherewithal after Golar LNG Ltd. agreed to jointly participate with Delfin Midstream.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has approved a long-term application to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Delfin LNG LLC project, which would be the nation’s first offshore liquefaction project.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) recently issued a deepwater port license for what is expected to be the first offshore floating natural gas liquefaction project in the United States.
FERC has opened a scoping proceeding for the onshore, Commission-jurisdictional facilities of the Delfin LNG offshore terminal project in the Gulf of Mexico.
A portion of the decades-old and underutilized High Island Offshore System (HIOS) in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) could live again as a component of Delfin LNG LLC’s proposed deepwater floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility, which could be the nation’s first such facility.