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Sovcomflot’s LNG-fueled Aframax completes NSR passage

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zoomImage courtesy of Sovcomflot Lomonosov Prospect, the second in the series of Sovcomflot’s six LNG-fueled Aframax tankers completed a commercial voyage along the Northern Sea Route (NSR). The LNG-powered vessel is delivering a cargo of petroleum products from South Korea to Northern Europe. The voyage from Cape Dezhnev at Chukotka to Cape

Anadarko pinning binding LNG deals to progress Mozambique project

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zoomImage courtesy of Anadarko Woodlands-based Anadarko said it is pushing forward the Mozambique LNG project while keeping it on track for a final investment decision in the first half of 2019.  The company and its co-venturers in the project have made progress on converting the non-binding LNG offtake agreement to fully-termed

Milaha posts rise in nine-month profit

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Image courtesy of Milaha Doha-based Qatar Navigation (Milaha) reported an increase in net profit for the first nine months of the year.  The company’s net profit for the first nine months reached 400 million Qatari Riyals ($109.9 million), compared to 363 million Qatari Riyals reported in the corresponding period last

Japan’s Naoetsu terminal gets first Ichthys LNG cargo

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LNG carrier Pacific Breeze at Naoetsu LNG terminal (Image courtesy of Inpex) Japan’s Inpex said on Wednesday that its Naoetsu LNG terminal in Niigata Prefecture received the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo from the giant Ichthys project in Australia. To remind, the $40 billion Inpex-operated Ichthys LNG export project shipped

Skangas to fuel Gothia Tanker Alliance’s LNG-powered ships

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Image courtesy of Skangas Nordic LNG company Skangas, a unit of Gasum, has agreed to supply Gothia Tanker Alliance to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel. The new agreement comprises current as well as new vessels with LNG propulsion soon to come, SKangas said in its statement. Swedish shipping companies,

Cheniere gets FERC approval for Corpus Christi commissioning cargoes

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zoomImage courtesy of Cheniere The US Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC) has approved a request by LNG player Cheniere to load and export commissioning cargoes at its Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas plant in Texas. Cheniere filed a request on October 25 for Corpus Christi Liquefaction to export by vessels the

‘Healthy markets’ push KBR’s revenue, profit up

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zoomImage courtesy of KBR Houston-based LNG engineer KBR posted a rise in the third quarter profit as the markets showed healthy demand the company benefited from.  The company’s third-quarter profit reached $58 million, up from the $45 million in the corresponding quarter in the previous year. Stuart Bradie, KBR president

Philippines short-lists companies for $2 bln LNG project

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zoomImage courtesy of Shell The Philippines has set up a short list of companies fit to build and operate the country’s first LNG import terminal valued at $2 billion.  Speaking to Reuters the country’s energy secretary Alfonso Cusi said the winner of the contract could be nominated in November. Out of

Gate LNG volumes surge in Jan-Sep

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A transshipment operation at the Gate terminal in the Rotterdam port (Image courtesy of Gate) Liquefied natural gas (LNG) throughput volumes at the Dutch Gate terminal rose 190 percent in the January-September period as compared to the same period a year ago, according to the data released by the Port

Gazprom pushing forward gas pipeline, LNG projects

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zoomConstruction of TurkStream gas pipeline (Image courtesy of Gazprom) Russian giant Gazprom is progressing a number of gas pipeline projects with three major projects already over 90 percent complete.  The company said in its statement that a total of 2,064 kilometers of pipes are already welded and laid for the Power of Siberia gas pipeline between

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