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EIA expects North America’s LNG export capacity to expand to 24.3 Bcfd from 11.4 Bcfd today as Mexico and Canada place their first LNG export terminals into service and the United States adds to its existing LNG capacity.
Gas Processing/LNG / Process Control / Process Optimization / Refining / Compressors / Engineering & Design / Heat Transfer / Information Systems / Natural Gas
Many natural gas liquefaction plants with production capacities ranging from 0.5 MMtpy to 8 MMtpy use mixed refrigerants to cool and liquefy the feed.
Colombia's oil and gas industry is not coming to an end due to the transition to cleaner energy in response to a union statement which alleged executive decision-making is threatening the majority state-owned company's future.
Thailand has jumped from eleventh to eighth in the world ranking for imports of LNG, after purchases through October soared 25% from the same period in 2022.
Technip Energies has complied at all times with applicable sanctions in relation to the Arctic LNG 2 Project
As of February 24, 2022, the date of the invasion of Ukraine, Technip Energies was overseeing the Arctic LNG 2 project in Gydan, northern Russia. The contract, awarded in 2019, covered engineering, equipment procurement and the construction of three LNG trains.
FueLNG, a joint venture between Seatrium Offshore & Marine Ltd and Shell Singapore Pte. Ltd, announces the successful completion of its 100th ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation.
In the framework of the 3rd International LNG Global Forum, held in Cartagena, Colombia, Seaspan has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with global energy company, AES.
TotalEnergies Marine Fuels completes first LNG bunkering for Angelicoussis Group's dual-fueled vessels
TotalEnergies Marine Fuels has recently completed its first LNG bunkering operations for two new, dual-fueled vessels owned by the Angelicoussis Group following bilateral short-term supply deals struck on the spot market, signaling the growing maturity of the lower-carbon marine fuel.
ADNOC announced it has awarded a contract, valued at more than $400 MM, to Baker Hughes, through its Nuovo Pignone International S.R.L. legal entity, for the supply of all-electric compression systems for the liquefaction of natural gas, to be powered by clean energy, for its low-carbon LNG asset in the Al Ruwais Industrial City, Al Dhafrah, Abu Dhabi.
Americas / Economics / Engineering & Design / Gas Processing/LNG / Gas to liquids (GTL) / Natural Gas / Middle East
Baker Hughes announced it has received a letter of award by ADNOC Gas, for and on behalf of ADNOC, to provide two electric liquefaction systems (e-LNG) for the Ruwais LNG project in the United Arab Emirates.
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