Crowley and Shell have signed a long-term time charter for the building and operation of a new, US-built, LNG bunker barge.
The companies have been awarded the Royal Institution of Naval Architects' QinetiQ Maritime Innovation Award.
The contract is to build the LNG cargo and fuel handling system for a bunker barge, to be delivered to Knutsen Scale Gas SL.
Babcock LGE’s reliquefaction technology will be used in new-build LNG carriers built at Hyundai Heavy Industries.
The first ever ship-to-ship LNG fuelling of a large capacity Aframax tanker in the US has taken place.
Norton Rose Fulbright has assisted Shell on the landmark sale of a US$2.5 billion interest in QCLNG Common Facilities to Global Infrastructure Partners Australia.
Global Infrastructure Partners has acquired a 26.25% interest in Queensland Curtis LNG Common Facilities from Shell for US$2.5 billion.