LNG Prime brings you the five most popular news on our platform during the week of November 28-December 4, 2022.
1) State-owned QatarEnergy has signed two long-term contracts with US energy firm ConocoPhillips to supply Germany with liquefied natural gas (LNG).
2) South Korean shipbuilding giant Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering has terminated an order for another LNG carrier after a European shipowner missed the payment deadline.
3) LNG player Woodside said it had delivered an LNG cargo from its North West Shelf project in Australia to German energy firm Uniper via the Dutch Gate terminal in Rotterdam.
4) Japan owns the world’s most valuable fleet of liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, followed by Greece and South Korea, according to the newest data by VesselsValue.
5) Japan’s Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Toho Gas, and Mitsubishi have revealed plans to produce synthetic methane or e-methane in Texas or Louisiana, liquefy it at Sempra’s Cameron LNG facility, and transport it to Japan.