Sempra LNG has announced that the first liquefaction train at the Cameron LNG project in Hackberry, Louisiana, US, has started commercial operations under the project’s tolling agreements.
According to Reuters, low LNG spot prices are having little impact in Asian markets, while the European import market has seen a significant boost.
The Scottish Government has announced that it has reached an agreement with administrators to take the Ferguson Marine shipyard in Port Glasgow into public control.
According to Bloomberg, Total SA has announced that it remains committed to developing the natural gas project in Mozambique that it is set to take over from Anadarko Petroleum Corp.
Samsung Heavy Industries has announced that it has received orders for 10 Aframax 113 000 DWT LNG-fuelled crude oil tankers from an Oceanian shipowner, valued at KRW751.3 billion.
Yamal LNG has announced that it has successfully shipped its 20 millionth tonne of LNG since the project started operating.
According to Reuters, Asian spot prices for LNG have remained at a steady level this week, amid hot weather in Japan leading to purchasing activity, while a new US project is expected to load its first cargo soon.
Alexela has opened a fuelling station offering the world’s broadest selection of fuels in Jüri, on the outskirts of Estonia’s capital Tallinn. It is also the first public LNG filling station in the Baltic States.
According to Reuters, Tohoku Electric Power – a Japanese electric utility – is seeking an LNG cargo for delivery in September.
ExxonMobil Asia Pacific has signed a charter agreement with Singapore’s Sinanju Tankers Holdings Pte Ltd. for a two-year lease of Singapore’s first LNG-fuelled bunker tanker.
Titan LNG has shared a brief statement on social media, stating that it has successfully bunkered the LNG-powered trailer suction hopper dredger, Scheldt River.
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