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CMS Keeps the LNG Ships Cruising

CMS Marketing, Services and Trading (CMS-MST) continued itsliquefied natural gas (LNG) buying binge last week, announcing 10more deliveries from Qatar to the CMS Trunkline LNG facility inLake Charles, LA. The deals bring the number of announced LNGcargoes headed to the Trunkline facility over the next two years to26.

April 24, 2000

CMS Keeps the LNG Ships Cruising

CMS Marketing, Services and Trading (CMS-MST) continued itsliquefied natural gas (LNG) buying binge yesterday by announcing 10more deliveries from Qatar to the CMS Trunkline LNG facility inLake Charles, LA. The deals bring the number of announced LNGcargoes headed to the Trunkline facility over the next two years to26.

April 20, 2000

Ships to Carry Gas From Newfoundland to Boston

With a strong push from the leading producer offshore ofCanada’s East Coast, an intense development effort is under way ona new marine technology intended to tap natural gas on the GrandBanks of Newfoundland sooner than anyone now thinks possible.Andrew Adams, vice-president in charge of Mobil Oil Canada’sNewfoundland exploration and production business unit, told anindustry conference in St. John’s the technique “looks like it hasgreat potential.”

June 28, 1999

Canadians Consider Compressed Gas Carried by Ships at Sea

With a strong push from the leading producer offshore ofCanada’s East Coast, an intense development effort is under way ona new marine technology intended to tap natural gas on the GrandBanks of Newfoundland sooner than anyone now thinks possible.Andrew Adams, vice-president in charge of Mobil Oil Canada’sNewfoundland exploration and production business unit, told anindustry conference in St. John’s the technique “looks like it hasgreat potential.”

June 28, 1999
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