Sumitomo Heavy Industries has been granted ‘Approval in Principle’ for a medium-size high-pressure LNG dual-fuelled tanker.
Eesti Gaas has provided truck-to-ship (TTS) bunkering services to ESL Shipping bulk carriers ‘M/S Viikki’ and ‘M/S Haaga’ in the port of Hanasaari, Helsinki.
The naming and launching ceremony for Ecobunker Shipping’s first vessel, Ecobunker Tokyo Bay, was recently held at Fukuoka Shipbuilding shipyard.
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The US Department of the Interior has announced decisions for the Alaska LNG Pipeline Project, approving the issuance of rights-of-way permits by the BLM and NPS.
Nakilat has assumed full ship management and operations of the Q-Max LNG carrier ‘Al Samriya’ from Shell Trading and Shipping.
Silverstream Technologies has signed a framework agreement to retrofit a number of LNG carriers in the Shell fleet with air lubrication systems.
MOL has announced that the Ohgishima LNG terminal has been visited by the LNG carrier ‘Vladimir Rusanov’ – the first time an ice-breaking LNG carrier has called at Japan.
GTT has signed a Global Technical Services Agreement with Fleet Management to support development of the LNG shipping business.