Gas Processing/LNG

Sempra launches Port Arthur LNG project

Sempra announced that its 70%-owned subsidiary, Sempra Infrastructure Partners, LP (Sempra Infrastructure), reached a positive final investment decision (FID) for the development, construction and operation of the Port Arthur LNG Phase 1 project in Jefferson County, Texas.

Shell reports good progress on journey to net-zero emissions

Shell plc has published its Energy Transition Progress Report 2022, which shows it has again met its climate targets as part of its energy transition strategy.

Crimea bridge restrictions strands liquefied petroleum gas cargoes

Several tankers loaded with liquefied petroleum gas have been unable to cross under Russia's Crimea bridge due to security restrictions, prompting suppliers to use other routes out of Russia.

Chinese diesel/gasoline exports continue to rise

China's diesel exports rose for a second month in December, while gasoline exports climbed for a third month, as the country's COVID outbreak limited domestic fuel demand, and refiners utilized their expanded yearly export quotas.

Evonik starts up new production plant for gas separation membranes in Austria

Evonik starts up new production plant for gas separation membranes in Austria

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners acquires Envo Biogas project in Tønder, Denmark

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has acquired the biogas project Envo Biogas in Tønder, Denmark from Anaergia. The project will produce green gas/fuels from organic waste.

Japan's IHI to study converting LNG terminals into ammonia-based facilities

Japan's IHI Corp has started studies on possible conversion of LNG receiving and storage terminals located close to gas-fired power plants into ammonia-based facilities, it said on Wednesday.

API unveils plan to make, move and improve American energy

The American Petroleum Institute (API) President and CEO Mike Sommers today released a new report and outlined the policies needed to make, move and improve American energy and prioritize U.S. natural gas and oil.

Germany's energy crisis powers hydrogen switch

From the moment Russian gas exports to Germany were first disrupted in June, German firm Kelheim Fibers began casting around for alternative options to keep its engines running.

Russia freezes Linde assets worth $488 MM

A Russian court has ordered nearly $500 MM of assets belonging to German industrial gases company Linde to be frozen at the request of a Russian joint venture building a gas complex.