NEWS BRIEFING: Icon bins Shantou LNG, Iran sanctions, Icahn-Cheniere, ICGB + more

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  • Icon Energy scraps LNG supply deal with Shantou SinoEnergy
  • First LNG shipped from Yamal LNG via the Northern Sea route
  • Egypt issues LNG supply tender to cover Q3, expects no imports in Q4
  • Fortum completes takeover of Uniper after buying stake from E.ON
  • ADB loans USD 500 million for the construction of a 800 MW gas-fired plant in Bangladesh
  • US State Department warns Iranian crude customers to curtail imports by November; India tells refiners to do just that
  • Indonesia’s government freezes Pertamina’s deal for Iranian oil field
  • Pipelaying commences on the second string of Turkstream
  • LNGL extends the financial close for its offtake agreement with Meridian LNG Holdings
  • Global LNG Services taps Baker Hughes for rotating equipment at the Main Pass Energy Hub
  • Trafigura signs binding sales and purchase agreement with Freeport LNG Marketing for 0.5 mtpa over three years
  • PGNiG agrees “basic terms and conditions” of two 20-year sales and purchase contracts with three US LNG projects
  • Carl Icahn cuts Cheniere stake from 13.8% to 9.5% while affirming support for management
  • Germany’s DEA preps exploration programme across three blocks offshore Mexico
  • Qatar Petroleum aimg to award LNG expansion project contracts by end-2019
  • ICGB signs key pre-construction agreements for the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) gas pipeline project

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