With LNG2019 less than two weeks away, delegates discuss how tighter emissions rules for international shipping could create new long-term opportunities for LNG.
The latest LNG news
Britain has recorded its highest levels of LNG imports in March since October 2015.
Meyer Turku has announced that there has been a fire on deck 15 of the LNG-powered 180 000 GT cruise ship, Costa Smeralda.
Texas LNG has been issued the final environmental impact statement for its proposed Brownsville LNG facility by the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
India’s LNG demand is set to rise by approximately 10% in 2019, despite import capacity increasing at a faster rate.
Meyer Turku has announced that it has held a ceremony for the float-out of the LNG-powered 180 000 GT cruise ship, Costa Smeralda.
Royal Dutch Shell violations against contract workers in Nigeria came under scrutiny at the United Nations Human Rights Council.
UGL, as part of a joint venture, has announced that it has been awarded a new contract for services on the Karratha Gas Plant, which is operated by Woodside Energy Ltd.
Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA has announced that the Spirit of Vancouver ferry has successfully departed the yard following the completion of a mid-life upgrade, including the conversion of the vessel to LNG.
HAM Group has launched a new LNG mobile unit in the El Oliveral Industrial Estate in the Autonomous Community of Valencia.