GlobalData’s report, H2 2018 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for LNG Liquefaction...
- Ichthys LNG: inside Inpex’s $40bn reserves
- CNPC and Equinor to collaborate on energy sustainability projects
- Shell and Equinor reaffirm commitment to Tanzania LNG project
- Shell leads $31bn Canadian LNG project with Asian energy giants
- Oil and Gas Climate Initiative outlines first methane reduction target
Greater Western Flank Phase 2, North West Shelf
The Greater Western Flank Phase 2 development, located off the north-west coast of Western Australia, is the fourth major gas development for the North West Shelf project in the past seven years.
Thunder Horse Field, Gulf of Mexico
Located 240km off the west coast of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico, the Thunder Horse deepwater oil and gas field is operated by British Petroleum (BP, 75%) and co-owned by ExxonMobil (25%).
North America to dominate global LNG liquefaction capex and capacity additions
GlobalData’s report, H2 2018 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for LNG Liquefaction Terminals – North America to Dominate LNG Liquefaction Capex and Capacity Additions states that the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction capacity is expected to grow by 61% during the outlook period (2018–2022), from 412.6 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) in 2018 to 664.3mtpa by 2022.
India continues to develop deepwater projects off east coast
India was the third largest oil consumer and fourth largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) importer in the world in 2017.
CNPC and Equinor to collaborate on energy sustainability projects
State-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has agreed to join forces with Norwegian firm Equinor on energy sustainability projects, including oil and gas exploration, renewables, and carbon capture technology.
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