liquified natural gas

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liquified natural gas (LNG)

A product of natural gas essentially consisting of methanes; stored under pressure to maintain its liquid state; used as a fuel for heating and cooking.
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By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 2 November 2017: Egypt will not import liquified natural gas by the end of 2018, as all phases of the Zohr gas field in the Mediterranean Sea will have been finished, Petroleum Minister Tarek el-Molla said on Wednesday.
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Last year, Jordan opened a liquified natural gas terminal, which allowed it to import LNG after gas shipments from Egypt stopped.
He said the pipeline was being constructed on built operate and transfer (BOT) basis, which would connect liquified natural gas (LNG) terminals located in Karachi with those of Lahore.
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The new agreement between Turkey and Algeria will provide 4.4 billion cubic meters of liquified natural gas every year for Turkey until October 2024, up from 4 billion under the terms of the previous agreement, BOTAE[currency] announces in a statement on its website.
He describes the impact of the Six-Day War, the Yom Kippur War, price regulations of the 1970s, the Iranian Revolution and the Iran-Iraq War, the mergers of the 1980s that created Big Oil, the oil price collapse of 1986, the stock market crash of 1987, the Kuwait invasion and First Gulf War, the second oil price collapse of 1997-1998, the Saudi gas initiative, 9/11, geopolitical aspects, the rising fears of global peak oil from 2000 to 2005, the building of a liquified natural gas infrastructure by the US, the Macondo disaster, and other events, and key lessons learned from his observations, followed by discussion of alternative energy options, climate change issues, and future issues.
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