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05.06.2014 Polish PGNiG considering LNG import from the USA

Poland’s largest gas company PGNiG is considering imports from the USA and claims that the earliest delivery of LNG gas could take place in 3–4 years, Warsaw Business Journal said on June 4.

03.06.2014 Tough Choice: If Europe decides to slash gas imports from Russia, it will shoot itself in the foot

The growing tension between the West and Russia over the annexation of Crimea accentuated all problems that have plagued gas ties between longtime partners.

30.05.2014 Shell concludes LNG deal with Japan’s Chubu Electric

Shell will begin supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to one of Japan’s leading electric companies from October 2014, in a deal that reinforces Shell’s position as a key LNG supplier in the country, Shell’s press office said on May 29.

29.05.2014 Australian companies interested in Ukrainian LNG terminal

Australian companies consider investing in the planned LNG terminal in Odessa Region, Australian Ambassador Jean Dunn has told economy minister Pavlo Sheremeta at a meeting, Sheremeta’s press service has said.

29.05.2014 China to increase LNG imports to 67 million tons by 2025 — Gazprom

China will raise imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to 67 million tons until 2025 from the current 18 million tons, Gazprom Marketing & Trading Executive Director Medan Abdullah said in an interview with PRIME on May 28, ITAR-TASS has reported.

29.05.2014 Russia’s Sakhalin resources enough for its LNG projects — minister

Offshore resources near the Sakhalin Island are sufficient for all liquefied gas projects on its territory, Sergei Donskoy, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, told journalists, ITAR-TASS said on May 28.

28.05.2014 Air Products to build $20-million LNG plant in Russia’s Rostov Region

Air Products is going to build a $20-million plant to produce LNG in Azov District of Rostov Region in 2015. The plant will be built in the Novoaleksandrovsky industrial park, where Air Products is going to buy a land plot.

28.05.2014 Lithuania nears LNG deal with Norway’s Statoil

Lithuania is close to signing its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) purchase with Norway's Statoil , the prime minister and energy companies said, which would end Russian firm Gazprom's monopoly as its supplier, Reuters reported on May 27.

28.05.2014 Bill to liberalize LNG export submitted to Russian State Duma

A draft law aimed at the expansion of exporters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) was submitted to the State Duma by deputy Valery Yazev, ITAR-TASS said on May 27.

26.05.2014 Angola to Lease out LNG Tankers

Angola will be leasing out its LNG tankers for awhile to offset expenses while its LNG facility is shut down. The LNG facility will be offline for at least a couple months after a major flare line crippled output.