Brittany Ferries has announced that it is adding a new LNG-powered ferry to its 10-ship fleet.
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Statoil has announced that it has awarded a contract to AET – a subsidiary of MISC Berhad – to operate two specialist DP2 offshore loading shuttle tankers on long-term charter.
Cheniere Energy was the recipient of a significant growth in short interest during the month of May.
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Legeneering Australia Pty Ltd has announced that it has secured a key, long-term offshore maintenance services contract for floating production storage and offloading vessels operated by Woodside.
Golar LNG Ltd has signed a joint development agreement with Delfin Midstream to develop the Delfin LNG project using Golar’s floating LNG technology.
LNG Gorskaya has launched a US$379 million project to become the first LNG exporter from Russia's European coast.
Ophir Energy plc has announced that it has signed a new US$250 million reserve based lending facility secured against the group’s producing assets in Southeast Asia.
ABS has announced that it has granted approval in principal for a floating LNG power plant and floating storage and regasification unit design concept developed by Chiyoda Corp.
Centrica Storage Ltd has announced that it will permanently shut the Rough facility in the North Sea – Britain’s largest natural gas storage site.
Martin Grolms, Neuman & Esser, Germany, outlines two different compressor technologies combined for a floating storage and regasification unit in Dubai.
Baker Botts L.L.P. has announced that it will be taking part in the CWC World LNG & Gas Series 15th Americas Summit.
BC Ferries has announced that the Salish Eagle – the second of the company’s three LNG dual-fuel Salish Class vessels – will officially commence service on 21 June 2017.
Wärtsilä has announced that it has been contracted to provide the engines, propellers and fuel supply systems for four new tanker vessels.
Aqualis Offshore has announced that it has completed its position keeping role for the Ichthys LNG project’s central processing facility, which is now moored to a storm safe condition in Australian waters.
The recent diplomatic events involving Qatar are unlikely to have a near-term impact on the LNG volumes imported into India.