UK LNG news
EIA: global trade in LNG grew by 4.5% in 2021
An average of 49.0 billion ft3/d of LNG was traded globally during 2021, an increase of 2.2 billion ft3/d from 2020, according to The LNG Industry GIIGNL Annual Report 2022.
US LNG exports to Europe increased during the first 4 months of 2022
During the first four months of 2022, the US exported 74% of its LNG to Europe, compared with an annual average of 34% last year, according to EIA.
Gas Networks Ireland predicts no disruption to gas supply in summer months
Despite the ongoing war in Ukraine, it is anticipated that restrictions on the importation of Russian gas to the EU will not significantly impact on gas supply to Ireland.
Grain LNG sets new record for utilisation and increases global reach
Europe’s largest LNG terminal in Kent, UK, has achieved its highest utilisation record and continued its international reach with the arrival of vessels from eight new countries.
Titan LNG and Brittany Ferries sign long-term agreement
The agreement is for the supply of fuel for Brittany Ferries’ two new-build, LNG-fuelled hybrid Ro-Pax vessels that will operate between England and France from 2025.
Wärtsilä supports Brittany Ferries with new LNG-fuelled ferry
Wärtsilä have signed a long-term service agreement to provide technical support on Brittany Ferries’ latest vessel, the Salamanca.
Rystad Energy: Gas and LNG prices set to rise
The rise is a result of Russian exports becoming increasingly unpopular, the company states.
Shell to withdraw from Russian LNG
Following new government guidance, Shell has started a phased withdrawal from Russian LNG, whilst also donating profits from remaining Russian oil to humanitarian agencies to support Ukraine.
Rystad Energy: LNG to fill gap of Russian gas
Due to the conflict in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia, it is expected that LNG is set to help fill the gap on Russian gas in Europe’s energy mix.
INOXCVA commissions mini LNG terminal
Under the supervision of Fuelgarden, INOXCVA has commissioned a multifunctional mini LNG terminal in Kyleakin, Scotland for MOWI Scotland.