Daily Archives: August 13, 2015

Exxon’s $40B Find Renews Age-Old Feud off Venezuela

Article Abstract: For generations, Venezuela has formally laid claim to most of its tiny neighbor, Guyana. Many dismissed the case, given Venezuela’s oil wealth and Guyana’s penury. from Rigzone.com: Latest News Headlines Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Rigzone.com: Latest News Headlines for more great articles.

Japan’s Nuclear Restarts Seen as Long-Term Drag on LNG Prices – Bloomberg

Article Abstract: Japan’s Nuclear Restarts Seen as Long-Term Drag on LNG PricesBloombergJapan restarting its nuclear reactor fleet will keep pressure on depressed liquefied natural gas prices for years as the nation’s electricity utilities, the biggest buyers of the fuel, reduce purchases. Japan turned to LNG for gas-fired power plants as …and more » from LNG news…

North America spearheading rise in LNG liquefaction capacity growth – WorldOil (subscription)

Article Abstract: North America spearheading rise in LNG liquefaction capacity growthWorldOil (subscription)LONDON — Global LNG capacity would more than double from 341 mtpa in 2015 to 811 mtpa by 2019 based on proposed natural gas liquefaction projects, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData. The company’s latest report states that the …North America leading rise in…

Environmentalists file petition asking feds to create natural gas export ban – San Antonio Business Journal (blog)

Article Abstract: San Antonio Business Journal (blog) Environmentalists file petition asking feds to create natural gas export banSan Antonio Business Journal (blog)Environmentalists are particularly concerned about the current building boom of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals. Hydraulic fracturing in the Eagle Ford and other shale plays across the United States has created a record…