For week ending Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Train 5 to produce approximately 4.7 Million tons of LNG per year.
Gas production is expected to start in the first quarter of 2006.
Kinder Morgan Inc. has announced several key initiatives that represent an investment of $52 million.
The new center will be operated by GE Energy's oil and gas group and will also develop and employ local specialists.
BP and its partners in the Tangguh Liquefied Natural Gas Project have signed a sales and purchase agreement with Sempra Energy LNG to supply LNG from Indonesia to markets in Mexico and the U.S.
BP to supply Marathon with 58 bcf of gas per year through Elba Island, Georgia, LNG Terminal.
John E. Jackson to replace Chad Deaton at company's top spot
Research contract to be used to establish an Advanced Reciprocating Compression Technology Program.