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ExxonMobil ships first LNG cargo from $19B PNG LNG project ahead of schedule; serving China and Japan

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Construction of PNG LNG in Papua New Guinea began in 2010, and took more than 190 million work hours to complete. The PNG LNG project is an integrated development that includes gas production and processing facilities in the Southern Highlands, Hela, Western, Gulf and Central provinces of Papua New Guinea. TEPCO) in Japan. Taiwan.

Sasol embarking on feasibility study on a US gas-to-liquids facility in Louisiana

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Sasol continues to advance upstream oil and gas activities in Mozambique, Nigeria, Gabon, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Canada and South Africa. South African energy and chemicals group Sasol today announced that it has chosen the southwestern region of the State of Louisiana as the site for a planned gas-to-liquids (GTL) facility. Resources.

GE study finds 5% of worlds natural gas production wasted per year by flaring

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Elsewhere in West Africa, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo and Cameroon collectively waste about 10 billion cubic meters of natural gas every year. Gas-flaring countries and trends. Click to enlarge. This is an amount equivalent to 30% of consumption in the European Union and 23% in the United States. Advance local solutions.

Consumer Reports calls on Tesla to disable and update auto steering function, remove “Autopilot” name

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Consumers should never be guinea pigs for vehicle safety ‘beta’ programs. Consumer Reports is calling on Tesla to disable the automatic steering function in the Autopilot driving-assist system available in its Model S vehicles until the company updates the function to confirm that the driver’s hands remain on the steering wheel at all times.

RAND reports suggest US DoD use less petroleum fuel to deal with high prices, not count on alternatives

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A fourth volume examining energy security in Nigeria and other nations in the Gulf of Guinea is scheduled for later publication. 4: The Gulf of Guinea, Forthcoming. Earlier post.). While DoD and the services will have access to the wholesale fuel supplies they require, the purchase price may be uncomfortably high. —Bartis 2012.