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.
According to GlobalData, European majors have a stronger LNG growth potential to 2025 than their US competitors.
According to Shell’s latest annual LNG Outlook, net-zero ambitions will be one of the driving factors for LNG market growth.