LNG Prime brings you the five most popular news on our platform during the week of June 27-July 3, 2022.
1) US LNG firm Tellurian and compatriot engineer Bechtel are moving forward with early site works for the Driftwood LNG export project in Louisiana.
2) US-based energy investor EIG said it has named Shell’s De la Rey Venter as chief executive officer of its LNG unit MidOcean Energy.
3) US LNG firm Tellurian has already invested $750 million in its Driftwood project in Louisiana, as it continues to work to complete the project’s financing, according to the firm’s co-founder and executive chairman, Charif Souki.
4) Floating LNG player Hoegh LNG said that Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) has confirmed a long-term FSRU charter deal for its Port Kembla import terminal in New South Wales.
5) LNG giant Shell said that loading of cargoes at its huge Prelude floating LNG unit offshore Western Australia would be impacted in the next two weeks due to an industrial action.