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LNG

‘Sunday arrival’ for Grain’s first cargo

The UK’s first LNG cargo for 13 years will reach the Isle of Grain on the morning of Sunday, 3rd July, carrying a shipment for Sonatrach, a source in the Algerian oil and gas company told HLM this...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

LNG

Australia’s LNG Ltd hopeful on mini-liquefaction plants

The small Australian development company LNG Limited says it is hopes to have two plants running, in Indonesia and the Middle East, within a few years using proprietary technology for small-scale...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

LNG

BP in talks with Chinese oil groups to step up LNG supplies

BP is in talks with three of the largest oil groups in China about increasing its sales of LNG in the country. The oil and gas major has been talking to PetroChina, CNOOC and Sinopec, executives said...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

Power

BP-led consortium plans revolutionary ‘carbon-free’ plant for Scotland

Designs for a revolutionary ‘carbon-free’ electricity plant in Scotland are to begin, with a 350MW CCGT station possibly operational by 2009, a consortium of BP, ConocoPhillips, Shell and Scottish...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | EDEM

LNG

Conoco and Essent may build Dutch terminal by 2010

ConocoPhillips and Essent Energie have agreed to carry out a feasibility study on developing an LNG import terminal in the Netherlands, the companies said this week. The US oil and gas major and the...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

LNG

Focus on small-scale LNG

Gas in the form of LNG is reaching more of Europe’s stranded energy markets - those that are small and expensive to reach. There are proposals to start or expand supplies in Norway, Sweden and...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

Power

French exports rise 25% year-on-year in May on higher nuclear generation

French net power exports rose 25% year-on-year to 6.7 TWh in May on the back of higher nuclear production, the French energy ministry said on Wednesday. Total power production increased 2.1%...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | EDEM

Gas

French gas stocks up in May, imports fall to 47.9 TWh

French gas stocks were up slightly year-on-year in May to 19.5 TWh, marking the highest level recorded for the month, the French energy ministry said on Wednesday. Following a 4.9% rise in April,...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | ESGM

Power

Gas use in UK generation falls 8.6% year-on-year in Q1 ’05 – DTI

The use of gas in electricity generation in the UK fell by 8.6% year-on-year in Q1 ’05, according to new figures released on Thursday by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).Coal use in...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | EDEM

LNG

Gazprom may supply LNG to Chile’s planned terminal

Gazprom has hosted a meeting in Moscow with Chile’s mining minister to discuss potential Russian involvement in a new LNG terminal on the Chilean coast. Alexey Miller, Gazprom’s chairman, held a...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

LNG

HLM comments

The Dutch gas industry, since its inception in the early sixties, had it all. Enormous onshore reserves at a very low technical cost (as little as 25 cents/MMBTU for the huge Groningen field); so...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

Power

More UK households face ‘fuel poverty’ as energy prices rise - Ofgem

Rising energy prices could reverse achievements made in reducing the number of UK households suffering from fuel poverty, British energy regulator Ofgem’s chairman Sir John Mogg said on Thursday, as...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | EDEM

Gas

More UK households face ‘fuel poverty’ as energy prices rise - Ofgem

Rising energy prices could reverse achievements made in reducing the number of UK households suffering from fuel poverty, British energy regulator Ofgem’s chairman Sir John Mogg said on Thursday, as...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | ESGM

LNG

NEWS in brief

Exmar charters Excalibur to QatarBelgian shipping company Exmar has agreed a one-month charter for its LNG carrier Excalibur with Qatar Petroleum. In recent months daily charter rates have been as...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

Gas

Norway’s Statoil plans to build 280 MW CHP plant at Mongstad refinery

Norwegian oil and gas major Statoil is applying for a licence to build a gas-fired combined heat and power station at the Mongstad refinery near Bergen on the southwestern coast of Norway. The...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | ESGM

LNG

One cargo for summer months, three in winter for UK

The UK’s first LNG cargo for 13 years will reach the Isle of Grain on the morning of Sunday, 3rd July, carrying a shipment for Sonatrach, a source in the Algerian oil and gas company told HLM this...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

Gas

Statoil links up with KazMunayGas on Caspian exploration

Norway’s Statoil and KazMunayGas of Kazakhstan on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on Caspian exploration and development. A more detailed agreement on the main...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | ESGM

LNG

Statoil may double capacity at 5.67 Gm3 Snøhvit

A decision on doubling Snøhvit’s output is due to be made in 2006, Statoil said on Wednesday.The Norwegian oil and gas company and its partners are assessing prospects for expanding the 5.67 billion...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

LNG

Total joins the suitors for share of Gazprom’s Arctic prize

Total said this week that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Gazprom on development of the Shtokman gas and condensate field. It covers studies in the upstream sector as well as the...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | GLM

Power

UK government confirms to publish White Paper review next month

The UK Department of Trade and Industry has confirmed that it will publish its second annual review of its Energy White Paper next month. The report, which will “review progress over the last 12...

30 Jun 2005 00:00 | EDEM

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