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GasLog Partners eyes strengthening of LNG market

Longer-term outlook for LNG shipping ‘continued to strengthen’ in the first quarter, says gas carrier owner

International Gaslog

Thailand set to sign LNG supply deal for up to 1.5m tonnes per annum

Expansion plans are meant to prepare for Thailand’s gas import needs for the next 30 years

Asia Pacific Thailand

Mitsubishi and NYK Line to take delivery of LNG carrier in May

Asia Pacific North America

Japan retains LNG crown, but growth is with China and South Korea

LNG market growth estimated at 8%, with deliveries amounting to 314m tonnes — more than three times the level in 2000

International Tankers and Gas

Novatek signs LNG supply deal with Vitol

The LNG will be shipped on free-on-board basis to Novatek’s transshipment terminals in the Murmansk region and Kamchatka

Tankers and Gas LNG

Vitol chooses TMS Cardiff Gas for first long LNG charter

Energy and commodities trader signs 10-year charter deal leaving only one of Greek owner’s 11 newbuildings uncovered

Tankers and Gas International

Coal to gas switch — another bitter pill for dry bulk owners

In addition to iron ore trade contracting in 2019, Stifel expects thermal coal trade, which makes up about 19% of all dry bulk volume, could also decline by 2%-3%

International Dry Bulk

Nakilat and Maran launch second LNG joint venture

Global Shipping Co is launched with an initial four LNG carriers from Maran’s order book at DSME

International Greece

CNOOC targets domestic shipping for two LNG bunkering vessels

Bunkering for ocean-going vessels represents a large potential, but owners and operators need more incentives to use liquefied natural gas as marine fuel

Asia Pacific China

US LNG exports surge 75% in January

Twenty-eight of the 37 shipments come from Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass terminal

International United States

TEN charters out two LNG ships

With two vessels fixed on accretive medium-term charters, the company is examining further expansion in the sector

LNG Ship operations

Woodside to build Australian LNG bunker capacity

Woodside's chief operations officer Meg O’Neill says talks have been ongoing with big miners to refuel ships plying Western Australia-Asia trade routes with LNG

Asia Pacific Australia
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