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Golar LNG Terminal in Ghanaian Limbo

Golar LNG has admitted that its floating LNG import terminal (FSRU) has been anchored offshore Ghana since May with no guarantee it will dock soon. The vessel had been expected to become West Africa's first LNG import terminal by June of this year.


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Tamar, UFG in renewed gas talks

The Tamar Partnership and the Spanish energy company Union Fenosa Gas (UFG) are holding talks on a possible pipeline gas supply deal. The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding over two years ago, but since then the Israeli energy market was stuck because of regulatory issues and the MOU progressed no further.


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Statoil Gears up for Barents Exploration

Statoil aims to conduct a major exploration campaign in parts of the Barents Sea in 2017 and is looking to bolster its position there by acquiring interests from other companies, it said August 30.


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Indonesian Tangguh Project to Supply 15 LNG Cargoes to Arun Terminal in 2016

Indonesia’s Arun LNG import terminal will receive 15 LNG cargoes from the Tangguh project during 2016, country’s oil and gas regulator SKKMigas said August 31.


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Cyprus, Egypt Start Gas Trade Talks Process

Cyprus and Egypt have signed the first of three agreements that involve gas being transported from Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) to the LNG terminals of Egypt or for domestic demand in Egypt’s power stations.


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