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Capping off first OEEC day the right way

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With the official part of the programme over, the first day of OEEC and Navingo Career Event has ended on a high note with networking drinks at several stands including at Navingo B.V., the event organizer. Networking drinks (Courtesy of Navingo) The networking drinks were sponsored by TrustLube, Scottish Development

Flex LNG secures charter deals for 2 LNG carriers

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Norwegian LNG carrier company Flex LNG has secured a pair of time-charter contracts with an undisclosed “energy major.” Illustration only; Courtesy of Flex LNG LNG carriers Flex Courageous and Flex Resolute will go under charter deals for a minimum of three years each. Each will also have an option for

IAPH, SGMF team up to enable low & zero-carbon fuels at ports

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The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) and The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) have partnered up to accelerate progress on provision of low & zero carbon fuels at ports.  Bunkering of the vessel at Port of Antwerp. Image courtesy:  Port of Antwerp. A memorandum of understanding (MOU)

FSRU LNG Croatia receives its 15th cargo

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The FSRU vessel LNG Croatia, located on the island of Krk, has received its milestone cargo delivered by Methane Nile Eagle LNG carrier. Courtesy of LNG Croatia On 28 October 2021, LNG carrier Methane Nile Eagle arrived at the Krk  LNG terminal infrastructure marking a milestone. This is the second carrier

MOL inks transition loan for France’s 1st LNG bunker vessel

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Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has signed a transition-linked loan to finance “one of the world’s largest” liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering vessels and the first one to be based in France, Gas Vitality. As informed, the loan is provided by French multinational investment bank and financial services

Gazprom to increase LNG production for domestic and foreign markets

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Russian gas company Gazprom looks into the progress of the projects for the production and supply of LNG and sees the possibility to strengthen the position of Gazprom in foreign markets. LNG shipping in Prigorodnoye seaport; Courtesy of Gazprom The management committee of the company looked into the information about the progress

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