A recent working meeting between Gazprom and Austria’s Minister for Digital and Economic Affairs facilitated discussions on expanding cooperation and the signing of an LNG MOU.
Wärtsilä has announced that it will provide China’s first seagoing LNG bunker vessel with a number of highly efficient and environmentally sustainable solutions.
Samsung Heavy Industries has announced that it has received an order to construct two new LNG carriers.
DNV GL is forecasting a potential boom in the use of LNG fuel for larger vessels over the coming years.
Golar LNG Ltd has released a statement claiming that, due to the potential spin-off of its TFDE fleet into a new pure-play LNG shipping entity, GasLog has decided to withdraw its six vessels from the Cool Pool.
Pao Novatek, Sinopec and Gazprombank have signed a Heads of Agreement on establishing a joint venture to market LNG and natural gas to end-customers in China.
The cargo tanks for Avenir LNG’s first bunker vessel have been built, delivered and installed by Italy’s Gas and Heat S.p.A.
Gas and Heat S.p.A. have delivered the last of a series of four multi-truck-to-ship ‘LNG4Speed’ bunkering skids to a Canadian shipowner.
The Damen Gorinchem Holland shipyard has ordered a hybrid-propulsion solution from MAN Energy Solutions.
Royal Dutch Shell has announced that its Prelude floating production project’s first LNG shipment is “imminent”.
Reganosa’s plant in the port of Ferrol has received Spain’s first LNG import cargo from Corpus Christi, Texas.
Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd. (WinGD) has introduced three new low-speed, two-stroke engines that are capable of operating on low emission fuels.