LNG exports

Mexico’s Gas-Rich Lakach, Once Thought Dead, Being Revived as Export Project

Mexico’s Gas-Rich Lakach, Once Thought Dead, Being Revived as Export Project

New Fortress Energy Inc. (NFE) is steaming ahead with another LNG export project in Mexico. On Tuesday, the company said it had finalized a deal with Mexican state oil firm Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to develop and operate a natural gas field and a liquefaction project off the coast of Veracruz. The offshore liquefaction plant at…

November 22, 2022
CFE Changes Tack, Enlists International Firms in Demand-Focused Natural Gas Strategy

CFE Changes Tack, Enlists International Firms in Demand-Focused Natural Gas Strategy

Top Mexican officials were in Texas this week laying out their new strategy for natural gas. Speaking on Wednesday at LDC Forums’ annual US-Mexico Natural Gas Forum in San Antonio, CFEnergía head Miguel Reyes said Mexican utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) and international firms would now work together to solve natural gas problems. CFEnergía…

November 17, 2022
Declining Output, Lack of New Capacity Set to Test European LNG Imports in 2023

Declining Output, Lack of New Capacity Set to Test European LNG Imports in 2023

Europe is expected to continue paying exorbitant prices to attract LNG cargoes next year, particularly given how limited new supplies of the super-chilled fuel will be. A decline in sanctioned projects over the last decade during a low price environment and underinvestment in fossil fuels means new liquefaction capacity may be scarce until 2025, when…

November 16, 2022
Oil Exports Fuel Record Quarter for Corpus Port in South Texas

Oil Exports Fuel Record Quarter for Corpus Port in South Texas

U.S. crude oil exports drove another record quarter for the Port of Corpus Christi in South Texas as Western European buyers continue to shift away from Russian crude imports following the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine, it said Monday. A record of 48.3 million tons set in the third quarter surpassed the previous tonnage record of…

November 16, 2022
Freeport LNG Still Aiming for Restart This Month as it Prepares Site, Documentation

Freeport LNG Still Aiming for Restart This Month as it Prepares Site, Documentation

Freeport LNG Development LP is still planning to meet its previous guidance of a partial restart of its liquefaction facility later this month, according to representatives with the company, while regulators await final documentation. The 2.38 Bcf/d liquefied natural gas export terminal on the upper Texas coast has been offline since a June explosion attributed…

November 2, 2022
Southwestern Eyes Upping Supply to LNG Corridor, Secures Additional Transport Service

Southwestern Eyes Upping Supply to LNG Corridor, Secures Additional Transport Service

Southwestern Energy Co. said Friday that it was reinforcing its long term flow assurance to U.S. LNG facilities by adding 500 MMcf/d of new firm transportation starting in 2024. The transport to the Gulf Coast liquefied natural gas corridor would be on Momentum Midstream LLC’s 1.7 Bcf/d New Generation Gas Gathering system and DT Midstream…

November 2, 2022
Golden Pass LNG on Track to Load Cargoes in 2024 with Certified Natural Gas 

Golden Pass LNG on Track to Load Cargoes in 2024 with Certified Natural Gas 

Golden Pass LNG remains on track to start production in 2024, when the first of three liquefaction trains is expected to start ramping up on the Texas coast.  The other trains are set to begin coming online at intervals about six months apart as commissioning continues, said Chief Commercial Officer Jeff Hammad on the sidelines…

October 28, 2022
Montney Natural Gas Output Poised to Reach 9.2 Bcf/d on Pipeline Expansions

Montney Natural Gas Output Poised to Reach 9.2 Bcf/d on Pipeline Expansions

Processing plant and pipeline additions should enable natural gas production to more than double in the Montney Shale, according to the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). Expansions by 46 plants have grown capacity in northeastern British Columbia (BC) along the Alaska Highway to 9.2 Bcf/d, or 59% more than the current 5.8 Bcf/d processing volume, a…

October 26, 2022
UK’s National Grid Seeking More Natural Gas Supply Amid Possible Winter Shortages

UK’s National Grid Seeking More Natural Gas Supply Amid Possible Winter Shortages

National Grid plc, which manages the UK’s electricity and natural gas networks, is looking to secure additional gas reserves to help manage potential supply shortfalls this winter, particularly if LNG deliveries are diverted. “Due to the war in Ukraine and gas shortages in Europe, there is a significant risk that gas shortages could occur during…

October 18, 2022
U.S. LNG Export Development Opens Door to Hydrogen, Sempra’s Brouillette Says

U.S. LNG Export Development Opens Door to Hydrogen, Sempra’s Brouillette Says

As Sempra Infrastructure continues to progress its LNG export terminal projects on the Gulf Coast and in Mexico, President Dan Brouillette said demand for natural gas is also helping influence the investments in alternative fuels.  The subsidiary of San Diego-based Sempra and Avangrid Inc. disclosed a potential partnership on Wednesday to explore multiple projects to…

October 14, 2022
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