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Lithuanian terminal receives 50th LNG cargo

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Image courtesy of Höegh LNG Höegh LNG’s FSRU Independence performed the 50th ship-to-ship transfer since it started operating as Lithuania’s liquefied natural gas import terminal.  Lithuania’s Klaipedos Nafta said the operation was carried out on Friday, May 25th, when the LNG carrier Arctic Voyager delivered 140,000 cubic meters of the

Rosneft to supply LNG to Ghana

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Illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Hoegh LNG) Russia’s Rosneft signed a deal with the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) for an annual delivery of 1.7 million tons of LNG.  The volumes will be regasified at GNPC’s processing capacities in the port of Tema where the company is developing an LNG

Kansai Electric to drop spot LNG purchases

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Image courtesy of Kansai Electric Japanese utility, Kansai Electric Power signaled a shift to an increased share of nuclear power as it moves away from the use of LNG as fuel.  The share of nuclear power in Kansai Electric’s production mix before the Fukushima disaster in 2011 was at around 50

Petronas completes LNG cargo sale through online trading platform

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zoomImage courtesy of GLX-LNG Malaysian energy giant Petronas’ unit, Petronas LNG (PLL) completed the first sale of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo through an online trading platform, GLX. The GLX online platform is a global marketplace to trade physical cargoes of LNG for the sale and purchase of LNG,

Total to buy 10 pct stake in Arctic LNG 2 from Novatek

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zoomTwo ice-class carriers at the Yamal LNG plant (Image Novatek) France’s energy giant Total will take a 10 percent stake in the Arctic LNG 2 project being planned by Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer Novatek. The binding deal, which was previously announced by the Kremlin, was signed on Thursday in

GDPR: Updated privacy notice

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You are probably aware of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will come into effect on May 25th. In a nutshell, it means your personal data will be better protected, hence increasing your privacy. We have always cared about your privacy and will continue to do so in

Canada: Former PNW LNG feeder pipeline approved

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zoomImage courtesy of TransCanda Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) approved a variance to the previously issued North Montney Mainline project certificate requested by TransCanada’s unit NOVA Gas Transmission. The approval allows the construction to start on the proposed $1.4 billion natural gas project in northeast British Columbia. The project is

Woodside speeds up Scarborough development

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zoomPluto LNG onshore gas plant (Image courtesy of Woodside) Australian LNG player Woodside is looking to up the pace on the development of the Scarborough gas field off the country’s northwestern coast.  In March, the company completed the acquisition of ExxonMobil’s interest in the Scarborough gas field assuming operatorship of the joint venture

Harvey Gulf bounces back from Chapter 11 bankruptcy

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zoomImage courtesy of Shell Harvey Gulf International Marine, the New Orleans-based LNG-fueled PSV owner and LNG bunkering pioneer, saw its final plan of reorganization approved by the United States Bankruptcy Court. The approval, granted by the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Texas – Houston Division comes just 77 days following Harvey

MAN Diesel & Turbo tech ordered for LNG-fueled fishing vessel

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zoomImage courtesy of Man Diesel & Turbo MAN Diesel & Turbo said it has been selected to provide a complete propulsion package and fuel-gas system for the world’s first fishing vessel with LNG propulsion. An 86-meter newbuilding purse-seiner, the Libas designed by Norway’s Salt Ship Design, will be built by

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