A more permanent integrated type of immigration for the Falkland Islands is a strong message that has come out of a consultation with Falklands residents, in the preparation for a socio-economic study of oil and gas development in the South Atlantic British Overseas Territory.
Argentina’s energy imports during April soared 47.6% over a year ago reported the government mainly because of massive natural gas purchases for the coming winter. The bill in April climbed to 733 million dollars from 384 million a year ago, while Enarsa the government corporation that has the monopoly of LNG imports spent 438 million this year and 259 million in April 2012.
Argentina's natural gas imports rose 74% to 28.4 million cubic meters/d in March, compared with 16.3 million cu m/d in the year-earlier period, the country’s Energy Secretariat said Monday. Imports were up 16% compared with 24.5 million cu m/d in February, according to a monthly data report.
Qatar’s leading corporation Qatargas has signed an agreement with Argentina’s government owned oil and gas company, ENARSA for the long-term supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Uruguay and Argentina have received interest from 39 companies to build infrastructure for a floating LNG terminal, a project they are fast-tracking to start operations by the end of 2013, a project adviser said Tuesday.