LNG Prime brings you the five most popular news on our platform during the week of July 11-17, 2022.
1) Deutsche ReGas, which is developing an LNG import terminal at the German port of Lubmin, said it has signed a term sheet with French energy giant TotalEnergies under which the latter would provide an FSRU for the project.
2) Shell said it has stopped production on its giant Prelude floating LNG unit offshore Western Australia due to an industrial action and work bans.
3) A unit of LNG giant Shell has signed a long-term deal to buy liquefied natural gas from Mexico Pacific, the developer of the planned 14.1 mtpa Sonora LNG export project.
4) Delfin Midstream, the developer of a floating LNG export project in the Gulf of Mexico, said it has signed a long-term deal to supply liquefied natural gas to a unit of energy trader Vitol.
5) Canada’s Woodfibre LNG, a unit of Pacific Energy, has awarded a contract to Siemens Energy to work on its 2.1 mtpa LNG terminal in British Columbia.