Wison Offshore & Marine has announced that its 300 MW FSRP barge has received Approval in Principle from Lloyds Register.
Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd. has announced changes to the group executive team of Höegh LNG AS.
Ghana has signed agreements with two Chinese companies to build the important infrastructure it needs to begin importing LNG.
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According to Reuters, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand is looking to import LNG directly for the first time.
Australian Industrial Energy has entered into an agreement with Höegh LNG to supply the FSRU for the proposed Port Kembla Gas Terminal.
Amarinth has announced that it has won orders totalling US$750 000 of API 610 OH2 pumps with Plan 53B support systems for the Coral South Development Project in Mozambique.
Bangladesh has started operations at the country’s LNG terminal, the country’s energy minister said on Monday, following delays related to technical problems and bad weather, Reuters reports.
According to Reuters, Mitsubishi Corp. has reached an agreement to acquire a 25% stake in the Summit LNG terminal in Bangladesh, and is planning to help in the development of an offshore receiving facility in the country.