Wood Mackenzie have made a comment on the recent Cheniere–EOG LNG-indexed deal for Corpus Christi Stage 3 volumes.
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Woodside and Uniper have signed a heads of agreement for the supply of LNG for 13 years, beginning in 2021.
Process Systems Enterprise has announced its plans to be acquired by Siemens.
MATHESON competes on the global stage, serving petrochemical customers in the gulf coast, mid-west, and western US, as well as in Europe and Asia, with onsite and pipeline supply of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen, CO, and syngas.
Qingdao McDermott Wuchuan has been awarded a contract to provide three modules for the Arctic LNG 2 project.
GlobalData has reported that, by 2023, the US will contribute 40% of new-build small-scale LNG liquefaction capacity additions.
According to the gas supply agreements, EOG Resources will sell natural gas to Cheniere over a 15 year period.
Freeport LNG has announced the launch of a virtual private storefront in the Redwood Marketplace for the selling of LNG cargoes.
Axens has announced that its latest nickel-based catalyst has been chosen by Galp for its selective hydrogenation unit.
In a move to improve reliability and reduce flaring, ExxonMobil has announced a £140 million investment in its Fife ethylene plant.
As biofuel uptake continues to rise, two new refuelling stations are to be built, bringing the UK total to six.
GlobalData has made a comment on the impact of the Saudi Arabian oil outage on global oil prices, and how this may test the US’s ability to swing supply.