Wärtsilä has been chosen to power the most environmentally advanced escort tugs in British Columbia, Canada.
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IMO’s proposed technical requirements could be counter-productive when applied to the world’s fleet of LNG carriers, Rystad Energy states.
This marks a major milestone for Karpowership’s LNG-to-Power project, which aims to provide Senegal with reliable, affordable, and cleaner energy.
Countries with carbon neutrality pledges now account for 30% of global gas demand and 75% of LNG demand, states Wood Mackenzie.
H-Energy signs Memorandum of Understanding with Petrobangla for supply of regasified LNG to Bangladesh.
Asas Aljood to become the Authorised Service Provider for Nikkiso Cryogenic Services (NCS) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Keel-laying ceremony held for lead icebreaking LNG carrier ordered by SCF from Zvezda for Arctic LNG 2.
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Total and Shell will each charter one of GasLog Partners’ 155 000 m3 TFDE LNG carriers.
Capital Gas Ship Management Corp. took successful delivery yesterday of the new-build LNG carrier ‘Aristarchos’.
The long-term buyers’ market is only likely to end when it becomes clear that demand will outstrip new supply available from Qatar and Russia, reports Wood Mackenzie.
Oceania Marine Energy and Kanfer Shipping sign Letter of Intent for world’s first ammonia-ready LNG bunkering vessel in Australia
Meg O’Neill, Acting CEO of Woodside Energy Ltd, comments on the company’s position and role of Scarborough gas in unlocking value and supporting decarbonisation.
Pembina will become the Haisla Nation's partner in the development of the proposed Cedar LNG Project.
The SPA will see approximately 0.8 million tpy of LNG supplied to Singapore for 10 years from 2024.
GTT has obtained a tank design order for two new LNG carriers from Sam-sung Heavy Industries.
Cryopeak LNG Solutions has announced the commencement of operations at its new LNG production facility in Fort Nelson, BC, Canada.
Ria Solutions is to provide a flexible piping system for a floating offshore LNG facility in Malaysia.
Crown LNG Holding AS has initiated development of an LNG terminal offshore Kakinada, India.
The world’s first large container ship converted to LNG has arrived at its home port in Hamburg, Germany.
China is set to contribute 27% of the total LNG regasification capacity additions between 2021 and 2025.
Two Sovcomflot LNG-fuelled Aframax tankers time-chartered to the Sakhalin-2 project for 10 years.