According to Reuters, four companies have placed offers into a 10-year import tender for LNG deliveries to Pakistan, with Pakistan LNG expected to award the tender in August 2019.
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The Port of Riga has announced that by officially welcoming the Containerships Polar, it has started regular port services to LNG-powered containerships.
JGC Corp. has announced that it has been awarded a FEED contract under a triple FEED competition scheme for the LNG plant for marine fuel planned for the Port of Sohar in Oman.
MAN Energy Solutions has been awarded a contract to support the FEED study of a subsea compression solution for the Jansz-Io field, part of the Gorgon LNG project.
Inpex Corp. is planning to start the front-end engineering design for the Masela gas project in Indonesia in 2020.
Norway’s oil safety regulator has identified multiple safety breaches at Equinor’s Hammerfest LNG facility.
According to Reuters, the IEA’s latest projections indicate that the US and China will establish themselves as the world’s biggest LNG exporters and importers, respectively, in the next five years.
Keppel O&M has announced that it has secured contracts for an LNG-ready newbuild dredger and the modification of a floating production storage and offloading vessel.
FortisBC has announced that it has entered into its first term supply agreement to produce LNG for Top Speed Energy Corp. to export to China.
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