American Power Group Corp. has announced recent upgrades to the S4000 Turbocharged Natural Gas® dual-fuel system.
The latest LNG news
Gaz Métro has announced that its subsidiary, Gaz Métro LNG L.P., has completed its expansion project tripling the capacity of its natural gas liquefaction plant in Montréal, Canada.
LNG prices jumped this week, boosted by hopes Korea Gas Corporation's new tender would match past buying sprees.
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MAN Cryo has signed a contract with the Vard Shipyard Group in Norway to deliver a fuel-gas supply system to two ferries for shipowner and ferry operator, Torghatten Nord.
'Powering Growing Markets Sustainably Beyond 2030' at Future Energy Asia Exhibition and Conference scheduled for December 2018 in BITEC, Thailand.
Oil Search and its partners in the Papua New Guinea LNG venture have begun looking for more long-term customers.
Vitol has signed a multi-year LNG purchase agreement with Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore Pte Ltd for the annual supply of approximately 300 000 t of LNG from 2018 onwards.
The Australian government is encouraged by steps taken to avert a gas crisis after a meeting with producers and the energy market operator.
The possible sale of natural gas intended for the country’s domestic market to overseas customers instead must be reviewed.
ConocoPhillips has previously only considered developing a new gas field for approximately US$10 billion to fill the plant's single production unit.
Origin Energy Ltd has announced that David Baldwin, Integrated Gas CEO, will step down from his position at the end of April 2017, whilst Mark Schubert, General Manager, Commercial, has been appointed Executive General Manager, Integrated Gas.
NextDecade LLC and Harmony Merger Corp. have signed a definitive agreement for a business combination transaction, which would result in NextDecade becoming a publicly listed company.
New environmental regulations and continuous focus on vessels’ energy efficiency and air emissions is high on all ship owners’ agenda.
Alaska Gasline Development Corp. has announced that the US Vice President, Mike Pence, has met with Alaskan Governor Bill Walker and AGDC President Keith Meyer.