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France’s Dunkirk terminal in first LNG reload

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Image courtesy of Dunkerque LNG France’s Dunkirk LNG import terminal, the country’s fourth regasification facility, has performed its first-ever reloading operation. The cargo of previously imported liquefied natural gas was loaded onboard Engie’s LNG carrier, the 153,000-cbm Provalys. The LNG carrier arrived just a day after the French facility received its

LNG tanker Stena Crystal Sky rescues two Americans off Mexico

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Stena Crystal Sky (Image courtesy of Stena) Liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker Stena Crystal Sky recently rescued two American citizens from their stranded yacht off the west coast of Mexico. According to a statement by the Glasgow-based crew management company, Northern Marine Manning Services, the LNG carrier received a distress call via

Polish LNG terminal expansion to be completed by 2022

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Image courtesy of Gaz-System Polish gas transmission operator, Gaz-System, expects the Swinoujscie LNG terminal’s expansion to be completed by the end of 2022. The company’s development director, Pawel Jakubowski said the works on expanding the terminal’s capacity from 5 billion cubic meters to 7.5 billion cubic meters are set to start

Tallink’s LNG ferry Megastar completes first year in service

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zoomImage courtesy of Tallink Grupp Tallink Grupp’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered ferry Megastar has proved to be the new benchmark for the in the Baltic Sea, according to the company’s CEO Janek Stalmaister.  The LNG-powered ferry has completed its first year of operation on the Tallinn-Helsinki route, carrying over

Dominion to start Cove Point LNG exports early March

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Cove Point LNG (Image courtesy of Dominion Energy) Dominion Energy said Monday it expects to start exporting liquefied natural gas from its Cove Point terminal in Maryland, the second US facility to produce LNG from shale gas, in early March. Dominion introduced feed gas to the 5.25 mtpa liquefaction facility

Egypt to halt LNG imports by June 2018

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Image courtesy of Höegh LNG Egypt is gearing towards halting liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports by the end of 2017/2018 fiscal year which ends in June.  Country’s minister of petroleum, Tarek El Molla said the rising production at newly discovered gas fields has pushed the country towards halting LNG imports

Mitsui in AWE Limited takeover bid

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Image courtesy of AWE Limited Australian oil and gas producer AWE Limited received an unsolicited, non-binding and conditional proposal from Japan’s Mitsui & Co to acquire 100 percent of the company shares for cash consideration of $0.95 per share.  AWE noted in its statement on Monday that if the proposal proceeds, it would

Titan LNG contracts home port for its bunkering pontoon

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Image courtesy of Titan LNG Port of Amsterdam and Titan LNG signed a long-term contract for the home location of Titan’s bunkering pontoon, the FlexFueler001. The pontoon will be the first of its kind in Europe providing LNG bunkering services, Titan LNG said on Friday, adding the agreement underpins the

EU grants funds for Croatian LNG terminal, natural gas projects

25 Jan No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Image courtesy of European Commission The EU Member States have approved the Commission’s proposal to invest €873 million ($1.09 billion) in key European energy infrastructure projects. The projects include the works on Phase 1 of the development of the Croatian LNG terminal and the liquefied natural gas evacuation pipeline from the

Tacoma LNG facility under supplemental environment review

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Image courtesy of Puget Sound Energy The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency determined that a supplemental environmental impact statement (SEIS) is required for the LNG facility in Tacoma being built by Puget Sound Energy. The project would include an LNG bunkering according to an application by the proponent which includes details

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