LNG developer Tellurian seeks shippers for gas pipe from Haynesville Shale
Tellurian Inc. launched an open season to gauge interest in a 200-mile pipeline that would carry 2 Bcf/d of natural gas from the Haynesville Shale to southwest Louisiana, where the company is proposing an LNG export terminal.
Cheniere tank leak 'near-term headache,' but no major impact, analysts say
An LNG leak that forced two of five 3.4-Bcf storage tanks to be removed from service at Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Sabine Pass terminal should not have a major impact on the company's ability to deliver super-cooled natural gas, analysts said.
Surging Asian winter LNG demand spurs Cheniere to boost 2018 guidance
Surging Asian LNG demand over the winter boosted Cheniere's 2017 results and prompted the company to raise financial expectations for 2018, executives said on a fourth-quarter 2017 earnings call.
Panama Canal officials meet with Cheniere as waterway prepares for new US LNG
Officials with the Panama Canal Authority met with U.S. LNG export pioneer Cheniere to talk about how the waterway can prepare for a wave of American natural gas liquefaction capacity that will enter service over the next few years.
South Korea closing in on Mexico as top destination for US LNG
South Korea is getting closer to overtaking Mexico as the top destination for U.S. LNG exports, the latest figures from the U.S. Department of Energy show, with the Asian country importing about 20 billion cubic feet more of liquefied natural gas than Mexico in December 2017.
Anadarko signs LNG deal with Electricité de France for Mozambique project
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. signed a 15-year LNG sales and purchase agreement with the French state utility Electricité de France SA for its LNG project in northern Mozambique.