Situation du GAZ continent Nord Américain

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Message par energy_isere » 04 mars 2020, 08:35

Tellurian va essayer de freiner les dépenses dans un contexte de prix bas du LNG sur le marché international.
Tellurian plans spending cuts as US LNG market turmoil mounts

in General Energy News 04/03/2020

Tellurian will cut spending and try to extend a loan due in May to give it some breathing room, it said Monday, as it appears unlikely the developer will meet a previous target to build sufficient commercial support by the end of this month to advance its Driftwood LNG project in Louisiana.

The disclosures come as LNG markets are hemorrhaging, amid low international prices spurred by a supply glut, weaker than expected demand in key end-user markets and travel restrictions due to the spread of the coronavirus — the respiratory illness first observed in China in December.
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Message par energy_isere » 13 mars 2020, 19:48

suite du post au dessus.

ils sabrent franchement :
GNL : Tellurian supprime 40 % de ses effectifs

Publié le 13/03/2020

L’américain Tellurian, dont Total est actionnaire minoritaire, se sépare de 70 personnes, soit environ 40 % de ses 176 salariés.

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Le projet Driftwood LNG s’appuie sur les faibles coûts du gaz naturel américain et sur un emplacement privilégié le long du golfe du Mexique, en Louisiane. L’usine pourra être construite par Bechtel pour 560 dollars/tonne, explique-t-il, ce qui lui permettra de charger le GNL dans des méthaniers pour 3 à 4 dollars/million de BTU (British Thermal Units). (Carte : Tellurian)
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Message par energy_isere » 20 avr. 2020, 00:59

Actuellement vers 1.7-1.8 dollar le MMbtu.

https://www.eia.gov/naturalgas/weekly/#tabs-prices-1

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Message par energy_isere » 25 avr. 2020, 21:21

suite de ce post du 16 mai 2019. viewtopic.php?p=2283893#p2283893

Le projet Cameron LNG qui est déjà en opération, se poursuit, le troisiéme train de liquéfaction est quasiment fini, il va produire son premier LNG en Q2 2020.
McDermott's Cameron LNG Begins Final Stage of Train 3

by Bertie Melinda Taylor|Rigzone Staff|Friday, April 24, 2020

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The project includes a projected export capacity of about 1.7 billion cubic feet per day.

McDermott International Inc.’s Cameron LNG project has entered the final commissioning stage for the Phase 1, three-train liquefaction-export project in Hackberry, La., as it began introducing pipeline feed gas flow to the third and last liquefaction train.

McDermott has delivered engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning for the project since it began. The project includes a projected export capacity of more than 12 million tonnes per annum of LNG, or about 1.7 billion cubic feet per day.

Approximately 88 million hours have been worked without a lost-time incident and 58 liquefied natural gas cargoes have been shipped from the facility.

"Congratulations to everyone on the Cameron LNG project team for their continued commitment to project delivery and high-quality standards as we work toward completion of Train 3,” said Mark Coscio, McDermott's Senior Vice President for North, Central and South America. "Their hard work and strong safety performance have propelled us to the final train of the project, and we look forward to keeping this momentum through completion."

Cameron LNG is jointly owned by affiliates of Sempra LNG, Total, Mitsui & Co., Ltd. and Japan LNG Investment, LLC., a company jointly owned by Mitsubishi Corp. and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK). Train 3 is on track to reach initial LNG production in the second quarter of 2020.
https://www.rigzone.com/news/mcdermotts ... 6-article/

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Le train 2 avait vu débuter son utilisation commerciale le 3 mars 2020
https://www.offshore-energy.biz/cameron ... perations/

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Message par energy_isere » 26 mai 2020, 23:32

suite de ce post du 29 mars 2019 viewtopic.php?p=2282280#p2282280
États-Unis : feu vert du régulateur au projet Alaska LNG

Publié le 26/05/2020 lemarin

La Commission de régulation de l’énergie fédérale des États-Unis (FERC) a autorisé le projet de liquéfaction Alaska LNG, a-t-elle annoncé.

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Alaska LNG vise à produire 20 millions de tonnes par an de GNL. (Illustration : AGDC)
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Message par energy_isere » 01 juin 2020, 22:06

Je n' avais pas posté la courbe depuis le 19 avril, ce post : viewtopic.php?p=2283020#p2283020

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https://www.eia.gov/naturalgas/weekly/#tabs-prices-1

La réduction du Gaz coproduit avec les oil shale en crise se voit clairement.


Et les exportation de LNG se cassent bien la gueule :
Natural gas deliveries to U.S. LNG export facilities decline to the lowest level since October 2019

Natural gas deliveries to U.S. facilities producing liquefied natural gas (LNG) for export ("LNG feedgas") declined to 5.6 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) on May 24, 2020, and averaged 6.7 Bcf/d from May 1 through May 26, according to data by IHS Markit. This was the lowest level of LNG feedgas deliveries since October 2019, despite 2.0 Bcf/d baseload (2.3 Bcf/d peak) of new liquefaction capacity that was commissioned over this period.

Declining levels of feedgas to LNG export facilities (and LNG export volumes) reflect a seasonal decline in LNG demand in the major consuming markets in Asia and Europe, as well as the reduction in global LNG demand resulting from mitigation efforts related to the corona virus (COVID-19), and historically low global LNG spot prices, which reduce economic viability of U.S. LNG exports. Lower levels of U.S. LNG exports are expected to continue through the summer as buyers have cancelled as many as 20 cargoes for June delivery and up to 45 cargoes for July delivery, according to trade press reports.
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Message par energy_isere » 13 juin 2020, 14:36

Construction bien avancée d'un gazoduc de 42 pouces et 303 miles en Virginie. Mise en service en 2021.
Mountain Valley gas pipeline to enter service early-2021
Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC plans to place its 303-mile natural gas transmission pipeline in service early-2021. The project, to be operated by EQM Midstream Partners LP, is 92% complete.

OGJ editors Jun 12th, 2020

Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC plans to place its 303-mile natural gas transmission pipeline in service early-2021. The project, to be operated by EQM Midstream Partners LP, is 92% complete.

Mountain Valley’s three compressor stations are 100% complete and its three original certificated interconnects are 100% complete with a fourth approved for construction in 2020. About 80% of the pipeline work is complete including 264 miles of 42-in. OD pipe welded and in place and restoration of 50% of the right-of-way.

The pipeline will carry 2 bcfd of Marcellus and Utica shale production from northwestern West Virginia to southern Virginia.

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in October 2019 issued a stop-work order on the project, pending completion of a biological opinion. Mountain Valley has been working on environmental stabilization and restoration in the meantime as well as maintenance of existing erosion and sediment controls.

Mountain Valley said the 2021 in-service date includes continued timing uncertainty regarding permits for a 3.7-mile crossing of the Jefferson National Forest and Appalachian Trail and waterbody crossings totaling about 10 miles.

The company projects a 5% cost increase above the $5.4 billion estimated.

Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC is a joint venture of EQM Midstream, NextEra Capital Holdings Inc., Con Edison Transmission Inc., WGL Midstream, Inc., and RGC Midstream LLC.
https://www.ogj.com/pipelines-transport ... -early2021

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Message par energy_isere » 23 juin 2020, 22:27

Effondrement des exportations de gaz US en LNG.
La demande s'est évaporée à cause du Covid-19 , prix très bas.
U.S. LNG Exports Crash By More Than 50%

By Charles Kennedy - Jun 23, 2020

Historically low natural gas prices have caused U.S. LNG exports to crash by more than 50 percent since January.

The U.S. has now become the world’s swing producer of LNG, a historic moment for markets.

The EIA expected U.S. LNG export capacity to be utilized at less than 50 percent through to August

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https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-Gene ... an-50.html

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Message par energy_isere » 01 juil. 2020, 18:59

Trop de gaz LNG sur le marché. Si ça continue des capacités de production devront fermer aux USA.
Natural Gas Price Plunge Could Soon Lead To Shut-Ins

By Nick Cunningham - Jun 28, 2020

Natural gas prices plunged to new lows this week, falling below $1.50/MMBtu, a catastrophically low price for U.S. gas drillers. The factors afflicting the gas market are multiple. Prices had already fallen below $2/MMBtu at the start of 2020, weighed down by oversupply. But it wasn’t a problem confined to the U.S. There was also a global glut of LNG due to a wave of capacity additions in 2019.

That was the situation heading into 2020. But just as the Covid-19 pandemic tore apart the oil market, natural gas also went into a tailspin. Global gas demand is expected to fall by 4 percent this year, “largest recorded demand shock” in history, according to the International Energy Agency.

Buyers of U.S. LNG are now cancelling shipments at a rapid clip. U.S. LNG exports have declined by more than half compared to pre-pandemic levels.

“There would have been too much LNG in the world even without Covid-19,” Ben Chu, a director at Wood Mackenzie’s Genscape service, said in a statement. “Covid-19 has made it worse.”

Buyers abroad are willing to pay a cancellation fee instead of receiving shipment from U.S. exporters, a sign of how badly the market has deteriorated. For August delivery, between 40 and 45 cargoes have been cancelled, nearly double the rate of cancellation in June.
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Message par energy_isere » Aujourd’hui, 07:51

Autorisation accordée par le ministère de l'énergie pour le projet d'usine de liquéfaction et exportation de LNG en Oregon.
Pourrait être terminé en 2025.
U.S. Approves Oregon LNG Project That Could Boost Supply To Asia

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Jul 07, 2020

The U.S. Department of Energy issued a final long-term order to authorize exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from a project in Oregon that they expect will help the U.S. sell gas to the fastest-growing import market, Asia.

The U.S. Department of Energy authorized exports of up to 1.08 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from the proposed Jordan Cove LNG Terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon, owned by Canada’s Pembina Pipeline Corporation.

“Today’s issuance to Jordan Cove serves to further expand opportunities for U.S. LNG abroad, particularly in the growing markets of Asia, and encapsulates what the Trump Administration has been working hard on for the past three years – providing reliable, affordable, and cleaner-burning natural gas to our allies around the world,” U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette said in a statement.

Jordan Cove LNG, expected to come online in 2025, is poised to create 6,000 jobs during peak construction and an estimated 8,500 spin-off jobs in sectors like hospitality, retail, tourism, and healthcare, Pembina says.

The project, however, continues to face opposition, including from citizen organizations, Oregon lawmakers, and the state of Oregon, which has yet to issue vital permits for the project.

Jordan Cove is the latest LNG project to receive authorization from the U.S. Administration as several LNG export projects were approved and started operations over the past few years.

If Jordan Cove LNG obtains Oregon state permits, it could become a key export project for U.S. LNG from the Pacific Coast to the largest LNG importers in the world in Asia—China, Japan, and South Korea.

Earlier this year, the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved the construction and operation of the Alaska LNG project estimated at US$43 billion, which has been years in the planning but still lacks investor commitments for its completion.
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