GAIL India is about to offer US LNG at a lower price from that of currently imported to India from Qatar.According to Press Trust of India, GAIL plans to ressel the LNG it has agreed to buy from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana to customers in India at prices tied to the US Henry Hub as an alternative to contracts linked to oil prices.Price of the delivered gas at the Indian ports will be at $12 to $13 Btu, after the liquefaction process costs and shipping to India prices are added to the price of $4.7 per mmBtu.Apart from the 3.5 million tons of LNG from Sabine Pass, GAIL has booked 2.3 million tons a year capacity in the Cove Point LNG liquefaction terminal at Lusby, Maryland.[mappress]LNG World News Staff, June 9, 2014; Image: GAIL
Chelsea are among a number of English clubs showing an interest in Paul-Georges Ntep, according to reports in France.Manchester City and Arsenal are also said to be keeping tabs on the 22-year-old, who almost joined QPR last season.Rangers boss Harry Redknapp was keen to sign him but the club were unable to complete a deal to buy him from Auxerre.AdChoices广告He subsequently joined Rennes, where his impressive performances have led to speculation that he could be snapped up by a Premier League side.His representatives have long been hoping to secure him a move to England and suggested Arsenal were keen on him prior to QPR approaching Auxurre in January.And the Gunners have again been linked with Ntep, who was apparently watched by scouts from Arsenal, Chelsea and City in a recent game against Monaco.Meanwhile, Italian media have reported that Petr Cech’s agent Viktor Kolar has insisted the goalkeeper will not leave Chelsea during next month’s transfer window.Roma have been linked with the 32-year-old, but Kolar is quoted as saying: “Certainly Petr will not move during January.”For more transfer speculation, including AC Milan’s Giampaolo Pazzini being touted for a possible move to QPR, see Thursday morning’s Paper Talk. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Levski’s teenager Steven Petkov, who was announced by coach Georgi Todorov for the summer selection, is training at full speed in Portugal, Tema Sport writes. The striker returned to Feyrenze in the summer after being sent on loan to Czech Carvina last season, for which he played 12 matches, but did not score once. Todorov announced before the start of preparations that Levski is in talks with Steven Petkov and brothers Borislav and Radoslav Tsonevi for the return of Gerena, but so far no such transfers have taken place.So far, the only new addition is the former defender of Sofia Orlin Starokin. One of the reasons for Gerena’s incoming transfers is the severe financial crisis and the outlook for the worst-case scenario. It is possible that Stephen Petkov will stay in Feyrenze and get a chance from coach Filipe Rocha, who did not work with him. The Portuguese specialist will see the Bulgarian in a playing environment and then will decide whether to leave him in the team during the new campaign.