Australia ‘on track to become world’s largest LNG exporter’

Its export capacity increased from 2.6bn cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2011 to more than 11.4Bcf/d this year

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US announces plans to spread ‘freedom gas’ through the world

Donald Trump’s Department of Energy has rebranded liquefied natural gas as ‘molecules of US freedom’

Global LNG market faces sharp shifts in supply and demand

LNG supply is estimated to increase by 33 million metric tons per year in 2019

EU calls on US to ease LNG export rules

It comes as the EU has seen a continued increase in imports of LNG from the US, rising by 181% over the last six months

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Beer brand trials LNG truck to deliver its drinks

AB InBev will use the low carbon lorry to carry shipments from its brewery in Samlesbury, Lancashire

EU clears Japanese firm’s link-up with EDF’s LNG trading arm

JERA will acquire the latter company business to create a larger trading operation

EU to build more terminals to import US LNG

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made the announcement during his visit to the White House yesterday

LNG trade to set new record in 2018

Demand growth is, however, forecast to slow during 2019/22, before accelerating during the 2020s

UK receives first LNG cargo from Russia’s new terminal

The UK has received its first shipment of liquified natural gas (LNG) from Russia’s controversial Yamal facility in the Arctic. National Grid confirmed the Christophe de Margerie tanker has docked at the London Thamesport on the Isle of Grain in Kent and offloaded its cargo of 170,000 cubic tonnes. The gas originates from the sanction-hit […]

Shell’s floating LNG refinery hits the waves

A floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) structure said to be the world’s largest sea-going vessel is expected to hit the waves in 2018. Shell’s Prelude is not strictly a ship in the traditional sense as it is not independently powered – it will be towed around and focus on the extraction and processing of gas […]