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PTT buys year’s supply of LNG

Thailand’s PTT has purchased 10 LNG cargoes for delivery over the course of a year, starting in March 2020.



Rolls-Royce and VPower strengthen strategic relationship

Rolls-Royce has announced that it has strengthened its strategic relationship with VPower Group by signing a landmark deal for the supply of state-of-the-art, high-efficiency gas power generation equipment of the MTU brand.

Wood Mackenzie releases new report

Wood Mackenzie has released a new report, revealing that LNG sellers with contracts linked to JCC could lose approximately US$15 billion in unearned revenues.

 

Chart joins SEA\LNG

Chart Industries has joined SEA\LNG, expanding the coalition's membership breadth.

Gazprom to pursue LNG over shale gas

Gazprom has decided to focus on LNG over shale gas moving forward, in light of the projected global growth prospects of both industries.


 

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Pavilion Energy will not lift US cargo

According to Reuters, Singapore’s Pavilion Energy has taken the decision not to lift an LNG cargo from the US due to “scheduling and other commercial matters”.

 
 
 

IVECO hosts LNG training day for Essex Police

IVECO recently welcomed members of Essex Police’s Commercial Vehicle Unit to its head office in Basildon, UK, for an in-depth training day on the latest generation of commercial vehicles running on LNG.

 

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