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Singapore Poised to Become LNG Hub for Asia

The present global demand for LNG is to the tune of 250 million tons per annum is projected to rise to 400 million tons a year within the next two decades. The demand in Asia Pacific countries is projected to surge rapidly.This is bound to create huge opportunities for a strategic location like Singapore. Continue reading

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The rising acceptance of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as primary power

With the commitment of the entire world towards achieving the objectives and terms of Paris COOP over climate change, the demand for natural gas is on the continuous rise. It is impossible to meet these targets without increasing usage of natural gas instead of coal for the generation of electric energy. Continue reading






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United States Enters European LNG market – New Era in Energy Market Begins

The first U.S. LNG shipment through Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass facility on the U.S. Gulf Coast will arrive in Portugal within a few days. American liquefied natural gas coming to Europe is an important thing and is said to transform the future LNG market there. Continue reading






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Iran to Increase Liquefied Natural Gas Production

Iranian TV has recently been reporting the decision by the government of the country to bring five Liquefied Natural Gas production plants online in the next three years. Continue reading






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What The Pipeline Deal Means To Poland And The Baltic States

The three Baltic States will be signing a deal with Poland to build a gas pipeline that will run from Poland to Lithuania. Continue reading






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U.S. is on the brink changeing global LNG Market

The global LNG market within the United States is about to change forever. They have managed to have the first tanker that is able to carry liquefied natural gas. They have been negotiating with companies working out contracts and gains … Continue reading

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