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02.07.2013 Japan Far Eas Gas Inks MOU on Vladivostok LNG Project

Japan Far East Gas Co., Ltd. ( “JFG”), a company partly owned by Marubeni Corporation (“Marubeni”), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) regarding the natural gas liquefaction project in the Vladivostok area with Russia’s state-owned gas company Gazprom.

01.07.2013 Denmark Soon To Get Its Very First LNG-Fuelled Domestic Ferry

Contracts for building the first LNG-fuelled ferry for domestic Danish trade have now been signed, DNV has reported in a news release. This represents a major milestone as the ship will be the first LNG-fuelled ferry designed for domestic trade in the EU.

24.06.2013 Gazprom Marketing & Trading Promotes Russian Involvement In LNG Shipbuilding

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19.06.2013 Gazprom From Barents To Baltics

Gazprom leaders in a board meeting this week officially stated that the Shtokman project remains on the company agenda.

19.06.2013 Gazprom May Lack Funds For Vladivostok-LNG Project

WEB EXCLUSIVE, Moscow. The $7 billion which Gazprom has budgeted to build an LNG production facility under the Vladivostok-LNG project may not be enough, say experts from VTB Capital.

17.06.2013 Gazprom’s Overseas Challenge Rising LNG Competition Shakes Up Gas Market

Today’s gas market is experiencing a significant influx of new LNG project that, according to Ernst & Young, could double global LNG capacity by 2025.

14.06.2013 Sinopec In Talks To Join Russia's Yamal LNG Project

China's Sinopec is negotiating to join a $20 billion liquefied natural gas project run by Russia's Novatek, a source close to the talks said, which would be the biggest foray yet by a Chinese firm into Russia's Arctic.

05.06.2013 Russia’s Gazprom Mulls Taking Part in Foreign LNG Projects

The Russian gas giant Gazprom is considering possibilities of participating in foreign liquefied natural gas (LNG) production projects as an investor, Deputy CEO Alexander Medvedev said on Tuesday, Prime reports.

31.05.2013 Cheniere Partners Board Approves Sabine Pass Liquefaction Trains 3 and 4

The Board of Directors at Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P.

27.05.2013 Exxon Eyes Interoil Assets for PNG LNG Expansion

Exxon Mobil's talks with Interoil to develop the Elk and Antelope fields could lead to an expansion of its $19 billion Papua New Guinea liquefied natural gas (PNG LNG) project, an Exxon executive said on Monday, Reuters reports.