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Report: LNG Exports from Trinidad Shifting from U.S. Destinations to Asian Markets

World Gas Intelligence reports that LNG shipments from Trinidad and Tobago are shifting away from North American destinations and trending towards Asian LNG markets. According to industry analyst Bentek, U.S. LNG imports from Trinidad are down 34% in 2011 compared with 2010.

Industry Analyst Suggests Chinese Gas Buyers Could Turn to U.S. LNG Exports

An analyst for Societe Generale said this week that he expects Chinese natural gas buyers to be more attracted to U.S. LNG exports than a gas supply agreement with Russia’s Gazprom. Read more in Platts LNG Daily. [Subscription required]

Cheniere Signs LNG Export Contract with Gas Natural Fenosa

Cheniere Energy and Gas Natural Fenosa announced last night that they have agreed to an LNG export arrangement via the Sabine Pass LNG facility. The contract calls for Cheniere to sell 3.5 Mtpa to Gas Natural over a term of 20 years. Cheniere CEO Charif Souki noted in a statement that this agreement, coupled with a similar agreement with BG, will support the construction of the first...

Cameron LNG Plans BOG Compressor

Cameron LNG has formally applied with FERC to install a boil-off gas (BOG) compressor at its LNG facility. The application is available in FERC’s eLibrary under Docket No. CP12-15.

Apache Expects Contracts for Kitimat LNG Will Be Finalized in Q1 2012

A representative for Apache told an industry conference in Rome that he expects LNG sale and purchase agreements and front end engineering and design contracts for the Kitimat LNG export project to be finalized in the first quarter of 2012. Read more in Platts LNG Daily [subscription required].

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