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  • Contributed by: John Baguley, Chief Operating Officer, LNG Limited
The Magnolia LNG (MLNG) project is an 8 mtpa, four train liquefaction project to be built on an existing LNG shipping canal in the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana USA.
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  • Contributed by: Melanie Lovatt, Finance Advisor, Poten & Partners
The next year and a half is going to be busy for liquefaction project finance in Mozambique.
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  • Contributed by: Jarl Pedersen, Chief Commercial Officer, Port Corpus Christi
With the continued exploration of North America’s prolific Permian Basin, and the Eagle Ford Shale, various Y-Grade NGL pipeline projects with fractionation plants are planned to connect to the Corpus Christi region.  These include the EPIC Y-Grade and
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  • Contributed by: Alex Shinkarovsky, Gas Analyst, FrozenLNG.com
As the number of U.S. LNG export projects expands, marketers and fundraisers are succeeding in accessing a broader range of import customers.
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  • Contributed by: Jean-Christian Heintz, Director, Wideangle LNG
In 2017, global LNG trade increased by nearly 10%, the strongest growth in a decade. Arguably, the LNG market is expanding both in size and complexity. But can we expect more diversity?
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  • Interview with Ludger Hümbs, Head of Market Area Management and Business Development, Gascade
Located at the heart of Europe and an important hub for the European natural gas transport system, Gascade’s natural gas pipeline grid is approximately 2,4000 kilometres long and links customers and suppliers across Germany.
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  • Interview with Dr Timm Kehler, Chairman, Zukunft ERDGAS
As the EU’s energy mix evolves, the share of natural gas continues to increase from 24% in 2016 to 27% by 2040, as reported in
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  • Interview with Craig Henderson, Hydrocarbons Sector Lead, SEA & China, Advisian, WorleyParsons Group
With the global demand for LNG continuing to grow, the window of opportunity is moving closer to Canada’s natural gas and LNG industry.
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  • Interview with Phil Germuth, Mayor, District of Kitimat
As Canada’s natural gas and LNG industry continues to keep gas players on the edge of their seat; so far in 2018, the market has welcomed some very positive developments which could drastically change Canada’s industry as we know it.
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  • Contributed by: François-Guilhem Vaissier, Partner, White & Case LLP
  • Contributed by: Renaud Nething, Associate, White & Case LLP
To meet the growing demand for electricity and address specific issues arising from the significant expansion of renewable energy, the Kingdom of Morocco has decided to diversify its generation mix by increasing the use of liquefied natural gas (“LNG”)

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  • Interview with David Colson, Commercial VP, Gaztransport and Technigaz, GTT SA
Natural gas has many environmental advantages compared to oil or coal-produced electricity including the reduction in CO2 emissions as well as other environmental benefits such as a massive reduction of NOx which contributes to a better climate globall
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  • Interview with Patrick Janssens, Vice President, Global Gas Solutions, ABS - Global Marine
With many floating LNG projects looking likely to take FID this year and with the FLNG market expected to reach a capacity of 278 mtpa by 2024, it is no surprise that the evolving technology is considered to be a game changer for the liquefaction indus
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  • Interview with Simon Davies, Executive Director, Natural Resources EMEA, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
As the natural gas and LNG industry continues to adapt to the growing demand, sponsors are exploring new ways to secure financing for the next wave of liquefaction projects.
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  • Interview with Chris Clucas, Group Fleet Director, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement
Greener and cleaner fuel, lower prices and the ability to diversify supply, it is no surprise the industry is experiencing a dramatic growth in demand for small-scale LNG.
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  • Interview with Deborah Turner, Director LNG, Simpson Spence Young
In the past year, Emission Control Area (ECA) regulations have driven many decisions and developments within the LNG market and continue to do so.
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  • Interview with Deborah Turner, Director LNG, Simpson Spence Young
Maritime LNG trade is a crucial link in the natural gas supply chain for many nations where domestic demand exceeds available supply.
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  • Interview with Chris Clucas, Group Fleet Director, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement
With the impending IMO sulphur cap becoming effective in 2020, ships will have to use marine fuel with a sulphur content of no more than 0.5% compared to the current limit of 3.5%.
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  • Interview with Andrew Clifton, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer, SIGTTO
In a recent IGU report it is estimated that close to 50 FSRUs could be in operation by 2025 with the capacity to import close to 200 mtpa, which was 60% of the world’s LNG production in 2016. 

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