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Top news of the week November 2-7

Rate this article By LNG World News Interview: Novatek steps on gas pedal with Arctic LNG 2 construction, plans downstream LNG business in Germany and Poland Russia’s Novatek is pressing ahead with the construction of its second Arctic liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project, while in the meantime also planning to develop LNG downstream business…

Interview: Novatek steps on gas pedal with Arctic LNG 2 construction, plans downstream LNG business in Germany and Poland

Rate this article By LNG World News Russia’s Novatek is pressing ahead with the construction of its second Arctic liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project, while in the meantime also planning to develop LNG downstream business in Germany and Poland, according to the company’s finance chief Mark Gyetvay. Arctic LNG 2 is Novatek’s second large-scale…

ExxonMobil’s profit slashed

Rate this article By LNG World News US energy giant ExxonMobil’s profit tumbled 49 percent in the first quarter reaching $2.4 billion due to “challenging downstream and chemical margin environments.” Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Uniper, Titan join forces on advancing use of LNG as fuel

Rate this article By LNG World News German utility Uniper and the Dutch Titan LNG signed a memorandum of understanding to accelerate the growth of LNG as a fuel in the downstream markets for industry, road fuel and shipping fuel in Germany. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Titan LNG & Rolande acquire ENGIE LNG Solutions B.V.

Rate this article By NGV Global Titan LNG and its sister company Rolande have announced their acquisition of ENGIE LNG Solutions B.V. as per the first of March 2018. This entity covers the downstream LNG activities of ENGIE in The Netherlands and Belgium. Rolande will add ENGIE’s 4 truck-fuelling stations to its network, bringing the…

Australia: APLNG maintenance shutdown starts

Rate this article By LNG World News More than A$5 million ($3.9 million) will be spent on Gladstone businesses within the next two months during Australia Pacific LNG export project’s planned shutdowns. As previously informed by APLNG, the two-train 9 mtpa plant on Curtis Islands near Gladstone will have one unit closed from March 8-23…