A roundup of stories and commentary from NGI’s LNG Perception
- Hurricane Idalia was not anticipated to have important impacts on Kinder Morgan Inc.’s Elba Island LNG terminal because the storm moved north into Georgia on Wednesday, based on the corporate.
- “We’re monitoring Hurricane Idalia’s progress and have activated our hurricane preparedness plans as wanted,” spokesperson Katherine Hill mentioned Wednesday. “At the moment, our Elba facility is secured, and we don’t count on its operations to be considerably impacted by the storm. We proceed to work carefully with native public officers to find out adjustments to port situations which may impression Elba’s ship visitors.”
- Kpler reveals the hurricane’s path ultimately transferring simply north of the 400 MMcf/d facility in Savannah. The Port of Savannah was closed Wednesday due to the storm. Shell plc is Elba Island’s solely long-term offtaker.
- Idalia has impacted pipelines and offshore manufacturing platforms in its path, however different U.S. LNG export terminals farther west alongside the Gulf Coast have been loading vessels usually Wednesday, based on Kpler knowledge.
- Oman LNG has signed two agreements to produce almost 1.6 million metric tons/12 months of LNG. The corporate agreed to supply its affiliate OQ Buying and selling Ltd. with 750,000 metric tons (mt) yearly for a interval of 4 years starting in 2026.
- Oman LNG signed one other take care of an affiliate of Shell plc to supply 800,000 mt yearly for a 10-year time period starting in 2025. Shell holds a 30% stake in Oman LNG and would turn out to be its largest offtaker after 2024 with the most recent deal.
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