LNG exports

  • Egypt Most Growing Arab LNG Exporter in Q2 2021: Report

    Egypt Most Growing Arab LNG Exporter in Q2 2021: Report

    Monday, 16th August 2021

    Egypt was the most growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter in the Arab world during the Q2 of 2021.

  • Egypt Grabs 1% of the International LNG Exports Market in 2019

    Egypt Grabs 1% of the International LNG Exports Market in 2019

    Thursday, 30th April 2020

    Egypt's share of international Liquified natural gas (LNG) exports market jumped to 1% in 2019 after exporting about 3.5 million ton (MT), a 2 MT increase compared to 1.4 MT in 2018.

  • Egypt LNG Exports Jump 44% in a Month: Platts

    Egypt LNG Exports Jump 44% in a Month: Platts

    Wednesday, 6th March 2019

    Egypt’s LNG exports from the Idku liquefaction plant grew 44% in February 2019 compared to a month earlier, reaching 391.3 mcm of LNG.

  • Shell to Boost EDCO’s LNG Exports

    Shell to Boost EDCO’s LNG Exports

    Wednesday, 14th December 2016
    Royal Dutch Shell exported three liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargos through its EDCO plant, while agreeing with he Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources to start gradually increasing its LNG exports.
  • Mozambique to Launch Oil, Gas Bid

    Mozambique to Launch Oil, Gas Bid

    Thursday, 3rd November 2016
    Mozambique will hold its sixth round of oil and gas licensing round late in 2017 or in 2018. Additionally, the government awarded six licenses to search for oil and gas, with the potential to drum up about $700m in investments until 2020.
  • Angola LNG Shipped Second Cargo

    Angola LNG Shipped Second Cargo

    Monday, 3rd October 2016
    Angola's liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant launched a tender to sell its second post-shutdown cargo.
  • Yemen LNG Continues Despite Maintenance, Violence

    Yemen LNG Continues Despite Maintenance, Violence

    Friday, 13th February 2015
    Yemeni exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are running as normal despite one production plant, or train, undergoing planned maintenance, Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne said.