When I arrived at a large Houston mall on Friday evening at 6 p.m., I figured that most of the holiday shoppers would have thrown in the towel, or at least realized that they had charged far too much in one day. But Memorial City Mall was still booming when I arrived and spent a whopping $15 on a pair of jeans. And apparently that wasn't the only mall in America thriving this weekend, since Black Friday spending actually went up by 3% compared to last year.
2024-01-25 - Over 70 U.S. gas producers supplying Cheniere Energy’s liquefaction facilities Gulf Coast liquefaction facilities understand the link between export markets and their success, the company’s executive vice president and chief commercial officer Anatol Feygin said.
2024-02-08 - Ongoing U.S. tensions with China and Russia offer Vietnam an opportunity to boost economic ties with the former if American investors can steer past geopolitical smokescreens and destine funds for infrastructure, power and LNG projects all somewhat tied to Vietnam’s manufacturing sector.
2024-01-30 - Recent moves by U.S. President Joe Biden targeting the country’s LNG industry, which has a number of projects in the works, are an attempt to satisfy environmentalists ahead of the next upcoming presidential election.
2024-01-23 - South Africa’s Cape Town is at the forefront of other major cities in Africa’s southernmost country in its approach to deal with rolling blackouts and boost its own energy security while reducing its coal usage in favor of renewables.
2024-01-29 - The FERC—which has jurisdiction over the siting, construction and operation of LNG export facilities in the U.S.—reported that 18 projects worth 32 Bcf/d of export capacity have obtained approval but are yet to be built.