Daily Archives: April 13, 2017

Oil industry associations speak out against proposed Jones Act changes

Rate this article Oil and gas-related industry groups are speaking out against US Customs and Border Protection Agency’s (CBP) proposed modification and revocation of ruling letters related to its application of the Jones Act vessels in offshore oil and natural gas activity. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore RSS Feed

BP’s onshore compression project in Trinidad and Tobago starts up

Rate this article By LNG World News UK-based energy giant and LNG player BP said its Trinidad and Tobago unit started up the Trinidad onshore compression (TROC) project providing additional volumes for Atlantic LNG plant. Full start-up will take place over the next few months, BP said in its statement on Thursday. When fully onstream,…

Western Isles FPSO reaches Rotterdam

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today The Western Isles FPSO, destined for the Dana-operated offshore project in the UK, has reached Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The FPSO, of an atypical, cylindrical shape, recently delivered by Cosco shipyard in China, will be undergoing the final outfitting in Keppel Verolme before leaving for its offshore location near…

Dominion requests permit to export Cove Point LNG commissioning cargoes

Rate this article By LNG World News Dominion requested permission to export commissioning cargoes from its Cove Point liquefaction project being built at its existing LNG terminal in Calvert County, Maryland. According to a notice issued by the United States Department of Energy (DOE), the commissioning cargoes would be exported over a period of two…