LNG Prime brings you the five most popular news on our platform during the week of February 27-March 5, 2023.
1) Golar LNG said it had secured an option to acquire a 148,000-cbm Moss-type LNG carrier which it aims to convert to a floating LNG producer.
2) Italian contractor Saipem is expecting to restart work on the TotalEnergies-led Mozambique LNG project in July this year, according to its chief executive officer Alessandro Puliti.
3) Malaysia’s energy giant Petronas and Argentina’s state-owned oil and gas company YPF are moving forward with their plans to develop a large LNG export project in Argentina, and they have signed an initial land lease deal with the port of Bahia Blanca in Buenos Aires.
4) UK-based small-scale player Avenir LNG has joined forces with energy trader Vitol to complete what it says is Germany’s first direct LNG unloading operation from a transport vessel into trucks.
5) US LNG player Sempra Infrastructure, a unit of Sempra, is expecting to take a final investment decision on the first phase of its proposed Port Arthur LNG project in Texas by the end of March.