2022-07-01 - Russian LNG production from projects such as Sakhalin-2 was likely to suffer as a results, said Saul Kavonic, head of Integrated Energy and Resources Research at Credit Suisse. “This will tighten the LNG market materially this decade,” he added.
2022-06-16 - Russia's state-controlled Gazprom said it was reducing gas supply for a second time in as many days via Nord Stream 1, which runs under the Baltic to Germany.
2022-05-31 - European users are grabbing floating storage and regasification units needed to convert LNG to gas, leaving little left for Australian import projects that aim to fill an expected gas supply gap from 2024.
2022-05-05 - North Sea port is designated as a hub as four FSRUs are secured.
2022-06-09 - Under a 15-year sales and purchase agreement, Equinor will acquire 1.75 million tones per annum of LNG from Cheniere Energy, pending Cheniere's final investment decision regarding the expansion of its Corup Christi Stage III Project.