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# LNG

• Environmental permit will allow work on the $12-billion project to begin on site. • The megadeal will make Woodside a Top 10 independent global oil and gas producer with annual volumes of approximately 200 million BOE. • Australian E&P rivals will merge to form a$16-billion producer with diverse asset set weighted toward natural gas and LNG.
• The US remained Europe’s biggest supplier of LNG in Q1 2021, a position it has held since mid-2019 when competition with Russia began to heat up.
• IGU report highlighted pandemic-related delays that kept many international projects from coming on line in 2020.
• The deal is expected to bolster Southwestern's annual production to more than 4 Bcf/D.
• The new facility is being built in partnership with RusGazDobycha and will become one the largest gas plants in the world.
• The South African Development Community has agreed to send up to 3,000 troops to contain Mozambique’s terrorist insurgency after Total declared force majeure and evacuated all personnel from its Mozambique LNG worksite.
• Russia’s second-largest gas producer plans to raise \$11 billion with the help of China, Japan, and Europe.
• Trying to stay up to date about developments aimed at energy transition efforts in our industry? This roundup of newsmakers is a sampler of some recent announcements.
• This paper considers transportation safety and risk evaluation of liquefied natural gas, with emphasis on accidental release and vapor flame.
• The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) forecasts in its annual global gas outlook that natural gas will comprise nearly a third of the global energy mix by 2050 and fuel more than half of the world’s electricity production. So, when it comes to fixing climate change, natural gas is one fossil fuel that can’t be dismissed. The 11 countries comprising the GECF control…
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