Top 5 news of the week April 10-16

LNG Prime brings you the five most popular news on our platform during the week of April 10-16, 2023.

1) The world’s largest FSRU, owned by MOL, has arrived in Hong Kong and will soon start serving Hong Kong’s first LNG import facility, CLP and HK Electric said on Thursday.

2) Tellurian’s co-founder and executive chairman, Charif Souki, is “highly confident” that the company will secure $7 billion from banks to finance the first phase of its Driftwood LNG export project.

3) US firm G2 Net-Zero scrapped plans to build an LNG export facility with a capacity of about 13 mtpa in Louisiana.

4) Dutch storage tank firm Vopak has entered into a deal with compatriot Gasunie to buy 50 percent of the latter’s LNG hub in the Dutch port of Eemshaven.

5) Singapore’s LNG firm AG&P announced the arrival of the commissioning cargo for the first LNG import terminal in the Philippines.

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