GTT and Deltamarin received an Approval in Principle for their new LNG-fuelled tanker design from the American Bureau of Shipping at the Gastech 2021 exhibition in Dubai.
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The modules were successfully loaded, shipped, and delivered by the Technip Energies, Saipem, and Nipigas joint venture.
“K” LINE has ordered eight car carriers in total, to be built by Nihon Shipyard Co Ltd, Shin Kurushima Dockyard Co Ltd, and China Merchants Jinling Shipyard (Nanjing) Co Ltd.
New Fortress Energy has executed a definitive agreement with the Government of Sri Lanka for the investment in West Coast Power Limited and the rights to develop a new LNG terminal off the coast of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
FSG is to construct a new roll-on / roll-off vessel with LNG propulsion for SeaRoad’s operations on Bass Strait, Australia.
The company has won a contract for the engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning of two LNG storage tanks at the Dahej Expansion Project in Dahej, Gujarat, India.
The International Chamber of Commerce arbitration board has rejected Qatargas’ requests to obtain a price increase in regards to a long-term contract for the purchase of LNG from Qatar.
ADC Energy is conducting a series of audits for an LNG company to identify drilling rigs that can be repurposed for LNG operations globally.
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The LNG was delivered to Damen Shipyards in Mangalia.
The company has acquired a 49.9% stake in AES Colón from Inversiones Bahia, Ltd., increasing its ownership to 100%.
The project’s first power plant, located at Port of Açu, Brazil, has begun commercial operations.
In this webinar, Owens Corning Technical Services Engineer, Alec Cusick, will discuss safety considerations and priorities during cryogenic liquid spills – including vaporisation of liquid hydrocarbons, radiant heat during fires, and thermal shock to concrete and steel.
The company has introduced the Integrated Power Barge to the market.
A farewell and welcome ceremony was held for the former Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Engr. Tony Attah and his successor, Dr. Philip Mshelbila.
The order is from Korean shipyard Hyundai Heavy Industries for three new LNG carriers on behalf of an Asian shipowner.
Options taken on additional Knutsen OAS LNG carriers results in three more orders for Wärtsilä.
The two companies have worked together to build Chile’s first LNG service station.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines has signed time charter contracts for four new-building LNG carriers with NOVATEK.
The carbon-neutral LNG will be shipped from the Ichthys LNG Project to TOHO GAS in Japan.
The companies have completed initial testing for the transportation of LNG by rail in specially developed tank wagons.
Wärtsilä to support Hudong-Zhonghua and ABS to develop IMO2050 CII-ready LNG carrier.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd has announced the conclusion of a syndicated ‘transition loan’ for two LNG-fuelled ferries.