October 2015 Monthly Archives

Bogue Gas Project to be launched tomorrow

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Bogue Gas Project to be launched tomorrow http://rjrnewsonline.com/business/bogue-gas-project-to-be-launched-tomorrow October 12, 2015 Luis Moreno, US Ambassador to Jamaica – CNN file photo   United States based Fortress Energy and the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) will launch the Bogue Gas Project in Montego Bay on Tuesday.

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LNG Bust Could Last For Years

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LNG Bust Could Last For Years By James Stafford http://oilprice.com/Energy/Gas-Prices/LNG-Bust-Could-Last-For-Years.html 7 October 2015   Commodity prices have crashed over the past year, and the market for LNG is no different.

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Liquefied natural gas to take place of oil, coal?

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Liquefied natural gas to take place of oil, coal? Bill Loveless, for USA TODAY http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/columnist/2015/10/04/bill-loveless-lng-natural-gas-roemer/73205408/ October 4, 2015     The former governor of Louisiana will formally announce Monday one of the largest LNG-export proposals in the U.S., at a time when faltering demand for gas in Asia, as well as low prices, threaten the […]

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10 Reasons Why JPMorgan Is Apocalyptic On The LNG Market

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10 Reasons Why JPMorgan Is Apocalyptic On The LNG Market http://etfdailynews.com/2015/10/05/10-reasons-why-jpmorgan-is-apocalyptic-on-the-lng-market/ October 5th, 2015 Tyler Durden   With supply set to increase meaningfully over the next few years, JPMorgan sees a buyer’s market until 2020 with limited new long term contracts being signed and renewal of existing contracts post expiry likely to have more price diversification (i.e. […]

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Need for LNG plants debated

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Need for LNG plants debated John Guidroz / American Press http://www.americanpress.com/sports/mcneese/20151011-lng-debate October 11, 2015   Officials with area LNG companies, an economist and a local economic development leader disagree with a Bloomberg Business news report that only five of the 90 LNG export projects planned around the world will be needed.

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Cheniere Energy prepares Sabine Pass plant for LNG production

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Cheniere Energy prepares Sabine Pass plant for LNG production October 7, 2015 | By Rhiannon Meyers http://fuelfix.com/blog/2015/10/07/cheniere-energy-prepares-sabine-pass-plant-for-lng-production/#27079101=0   Cheniere Energy has started the monthslong process of preparing its $18 billion Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas export terminal to crank out its first batch of super chilled gas for shipment overseas.

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A Conversation with Panama’s Secretary of Energy Victor Carlos Urrutia Guardia

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A Conversation with Panama’s Secretary of Energy Victor Carlos Urrutia Guardia Thursday, October 15, 2015 9:30am – 10:30am Council of the Americas 1615 L Street, NW – Suite 250 Washington, DC REGISTER – as-coawashington@counciloftheamericas.org   Panama has been a regional leader in energy infrastructure. The expansion of the Panama Canal would also position the country […]

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ENERGY CARIBBEAN Conference

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ENERGY CARIBBEAN Conference CELEBRATING ITS 15TH ANNIVERSARY Exploring sustainable energy sources in new oil and gas frontiers, offshore deepwater plays and renewables Date: 13-14.Oct.2015 City: Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago Venue: The Hilton Trinidad http://www.ibcenergy.com/event/caribbean?xtssot=0

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Dominican Republic transshipment hub expands

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Dominican Republic transshipment hub expands Greg Miller, Special Correspondent http://www.joc.com/port-news/international-ports/dominican-republic-terminal-expands-handle-panama-canal-expansion-fueled-transshipment-cargo Sep 28, 2015   The DP World Caucedo transshipment hub in the Dominican Republic is moving forward with upgrades to accommodate the larger vessels that will be able to traverse the expanded Panama Canal next year and provide shippers with more warehouse capacity.

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