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Having built an illustrious career in the oil and petrochemical trade, SLNG chief executive Tan Soo Koong has moved on to invest time in boosting LNG adoption in maritime and other sectors aside from power generation. He is confident the lack of gas resources would not hold back Singapore from asserting its claim as Asia’s LNG trading hub
Mundra and a second new terminal, Jaigarh, are expected to come online this year, bolstering India’s LNG import capacity
Probunkers is hopeful of proceeding to final contract discussions with the yard ‘in the next month or so’
The preliminary deal is for 1.5m tonnes per annum of liquefied natural gas to be supplied to the Wuhaogou terminal, which has historically taken in breakbulk cargoes from larger terminals
It’s not yet a given outcome that the Sino-US Phase One trade deal will dramatically boost LNG exports from the US to China, energy market observers say
The immediate restoration of imports would induce long-haul shipments, which is likely to boost tonne mile demand for all shipping segments
Energy Transport Solutions, a subsidiary of New Fortress Energy, hopes to liquefy Pennsylvania natural gas and send it by rail to a proposed terminal on the Delaware River in New Jersey for export to the Caribbean, Mexico and Ireland
A China State Shipbuilding Corp executive said the chance for the Chinese yard to win the Qatar newbuilding orders would depend on the slot availability at South Korean yards and the owner’s delivery schedule, while the involvement of Chinese shipowner or charterer interests would also be important
Eagle LNG has been supplying liquefied natural gas as marine fuel to Crowley Maritime’s combination container vessels plying the US-Puerto Rico trades since 2017
Multiple outages at the Sabah-Sarawak gas pipeline heighten the risks of a supply shortfall at Malaysia’s Bintulu liquefied natural gas complex
ABS forecasts a rise in very large ethane carriers orders at Chinese yards in the next five years
Australia’s LNG shipments jumped 11.9% last year, gaining export revenue of $34bn
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