LNG News


Woodfibre inks deal with McDermott for British Columbia LNG plant


Woodfibre LNG has inked a new deal with McDermott International that will see the engineering company develop a proposed LNG export plant in British Columbia, Canada.


Cheniere Energy achieves LNG production milestone in Louisiana


Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is now being produced at Train 6 of Cheniere Energy Partners’ Sabine Pass liquefaction facility in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.

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Nikkiso expands footprint in South Korea


Nikkiso Clean Energy and Industrial Gases Group has expanded its Busan Korea facility to accommodate a new marine centre, featuring complete cryogenic testing capabilities, to support the growth of the Korean shipbuilding industry.


Cheniere, Sinochem ink long-term LNG sales and purchase agreement


Cheniere Energy has said it will supply Sinochem Group with up to 1.8 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of liquified natural gas (LNG) under a newly signed purchase agreement.

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SINTEF: We cannot go back to ‘business as usual’ after COP26


“We cannot go back to ‘business as usual;’ coming out of COP26 there must be an advanced level of accountability and transparency on any climate goals set, since we are currently way off track to meet Paris targets.”

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Equigas talks challenges, trends and opportunities with gasworld TV


Business is certainly booming for Equigas – and the family run business  believes there is still plenty of opportunities to come as the US industrial gases market continues to grow.

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Company profile: Chromatotec


Since its founding in 1986, Chromatotec has been designing instruments for gas quality control. Family-owned Chromatotec started its journey in France, but has since launched a North American subsidiary based in Houston, which has been active since 2001, and opened an office in Beijing, China.