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Floating LNG Facilities Making Waves as Energy Solution

Posted by PortVision on Jun 6, 2017 6:07:00 AM

Up until now, an estimated 60% of the world’s supply of natural gas has been locked in hard-to-reach places, like the ocean floor. With Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) projects, that’s no longer the case. These revolutionary facilitiestechnological marvels built to process, on site, natural gas trapped under the sea and far from shore—open up gas fields once thought of as logistically and economically unfeasible to monetize.

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New Pipelines and LNG Terminals Boost Natural Gas Exports

Posted by PortVision on May 17, 2017 6:08:00 AM

The “shale revolution,” as it’s been called, has led not only to the construction of new pipelines and LNG terminals, but also to a significant increase in this country’s energy exports. Less than a decade ago, U.S. gas production from conventional fields was in a downward spiral. And experts predicted that the country would become, of necessity, one of the largest importers of natural gas.

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Will the U.S.-Mexico Trade Conflict Affect Trade in Natural Gas?

Posted by PortVision on May 3, 2017 6:07:00 AM

President Trump’s promise to build a border wall and have Mexico pay for it, possibly through new taxes on imported goods from that country, has economic analysts keeping a close eye on the evolving – and currently contentious – relationship between the U.S. and its neighbor to the south. Many wonder what impact the new Administration’s policies might have on energy trade between the two countries.

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Pipeline Maintenance Reroutes LNG Deliveries to Mexico

Posted by Chris Leslie on Apr 27, 2017 6:07:00 AM

Earlier this month, Pemex, Mexico's state-owned petroleum company, started importing LNG from Cheniere Energy's export terminal in Sabine Pass to Mexico's Altamira import terminal.  These deliveries were the product of scheduled maintenance on the NET Mexico pipe in Texas, which starting during the holy week of April 9 - 15. 

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Strong Demand for LNG Expected to Continue

Posted by PortVision on Apr 25, 2017 6:07:00 AM

According to the LNG Outlook recently published by Shell, things look good for solid growth in the liquefied natural gas industry through 2030, though some indicators in 2016 briefly called that projection into question.

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Homeless LNG Here to Stay

Posted by PortVision on Jan 10, 2017 6:07:00 AM

Low prices and abundant supplies have created what is being called “homeless LNG:” liquid natural gas without committed buyers being housed in tanker ships roaming the high seas.

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Posted by PortVision on Dec 31, 2016 6:07:00 AM

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Oil Demand May Peak Before Supply Exhausted

Posted by PortVision on Dec 29, 2016 6:07:00 AM

Both the World Energy Council and Royal Dutch Shell Plc, believe that the global demand for oil will peak before the supply of oil runs out. As reported by Bloomberg in November, the estimates forecast the remaining market life of oil between 5 and 15 years. Shell, has, in fact moved toward natural gas as opposed to continued investment in oil in anticipation of this expectation and is now the world's largest independent producer of LNG (liquid natural gas).

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Oil companies see their future in Liquid Natural Gas

Posted by PortVision on Dec 21, 2016 6:07:00 AM

At present, natural gas has a market advantage over other types of fossil fuels – global environmental standards are less rigorous for this fuel. Due to this advantage, the market is seeing big oil companies turn their focus to natural gas.

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EPA Releases New Standards to Cut Methane Emissions

Posted by PortVision on Jun 9, 2016 6:07:00 AM

In May, the EPA announced new methane emissions rules. These rules finalize standards to reduce methane, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and toxic air emissions and specifically address methane emissions from new and existing sources of oil and gas, including hydraulically fractured oil wells.

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