Plans for Newcastle LNG exports by 2014
The port of Newcastle could begin exporting eight to 10 shipments of liquefied natural gas within four years under a plan revealed last week.
The port of Newcastle: Dry bulk shipments such as below could be joined by LNG exports in coming years
Eastern Star Gas (ESG) is pushing ahead with its plan for an LNG export facility at the port, last week signing a memorandum of understanding with two Japanese technology companies.
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