YLNG

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YLNGYemen Liquefied Natural Gas
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Total also has the largest share in the Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas (YLNG) project (39.6 per cent).
Now, with the change to Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas (Yemen LNG), this kind of fuel is now suitable for operating the station.
SANA'A, April 19 (Saba) - Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) company said Thursday that the annual maintenance would be completed on Friday, nine days ahead of the original schedule.
Local press previously linked shrimp mortality around the fishing village of Bir Ali to the presence of the Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas Company (Yemen LNG) plant in Balhaf Bay, a few kilometers west, saying that crude oil was observed in surrounding waters.
SANA'A, April 25 (Saba)- Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas (YLNG) company and the Local Authority of Shabwa governorate signed on Monday a memorandum of understanding (MoU ) to set up a water project to supply a number of coastal villages.
Conservative estimates suggest that government revenues over the next 20 years for the largest natural gas project in Yemen so far, a Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas Company (Yemen LNG) initiative, will reach USD 30 to 50 billion.
SHABWA, April 10 (Saba)- Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas (YLNG) Company signed on Sunday a memorandum of understanding to finance a rural hospital project in the coastal district of Radhom in Shabwa province.
The two Colombians, their Yemeni driver Basheer al-Selwi and escort Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani were abducted at gunpoint as they drove to work for the Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas Company (YLNGC) near the Arabian Sea port of Balhaf in the Shabwa governorate on Friday.
President Ali Abdullah Saleh said on Saturday the real war against rebels just was started two days ago.<p>In his speech on occasion of dispatching first shipment of Yemen liquefied natural gas project YLNG, president Saleh said no dialogue with rebels and fighting would be continued "to the end".
An official source in the company maintained that the two Colombian hostages work for a Colombian company in charge of extending an oil pipeline for the Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas (YLNG) company based on a sub-contract, and pointed out that the project's administration had informed the security authorities about the incident and was waiting for the investigation's findings.
The shipment would be followed by another shipment, about 190 cubic meters of LNG, would be transported by a Yemeni tanker owned by the Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas Company.
An official source in the company maintained that the two Colombian hostages work for a Colombian company in charge of extending an oil pipeline for the Yemen Liquefied Natural Gas (YLNG) company based on a sub-contract, and pointed out that the projecteIUs administration had informed the security authorities about the incident and was waiting for the investigationeIUs findings.