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Operational negotiations are underway for the largest natural gas power plant and LNG terminal project in Latin America.
The first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation in a German port has taken place.
Four internationally operating EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) contractors have been shortlisted for a European LNG terminal project tender.
A Finnish port has seen its first LNG ship-to-ship operation as well as the first SIMOPS (simultaneous operations) LNG ship-to-ship operation for a container feeder vessel in the Baltic Sea.
The first of four new LNG carriers for an LNG project in Russia is due to begin service by November.
An MOU has been signed to develop the pipeline network for an LNG project at a Texas port.
A Japanese port’s first LNG bunkering has been successfully carried out to confirm that LNG can be effectively and safely supplied there.
The world’s largest bunker supply vessel (BSV) for LNG has conducted the first LNG bunker operation in Sweden’s Port of Södertälje.
A new Port Service Agreement (PSA) will see an LNG regasification and reloading terminal developed at Kakinada Port in India.
A port in Finland has secured new business which will mean the start of regular bunkering operations onsite.
A long-term LNG Services Agreement has been signed for the Zeebrugge LNG terminal at the Port of Zeebrugge.
The first ever LNG bunker supply within British Gibraltar Territorial Waters (BGTW) has taken place.
Equatorial Guinea has inaugurated the first LNG storage and regasification plant to be built on the West African coast.
Europe’s first shore-to-ship LNG bunkering station has been successfully filled with LNG for the first time.
An Australian LNG FRSU import terminal that could supply up to 80% of New South Wales’ gas needs has been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure.
The Klaipeda LNG terminal ensured reliable natural gas supply to consumers in Lithuania and neighbouring countries in July, when the gas supply from Belarus was cut off due to planned gas pipeline repairs for three weeks.
An LNG supply and storage facility in the Port of Patras has been approved by the Greek Ministry of Environment and Energy.
The European Commission (EC) has found the Croatian government’s plan to support the construction and operation of an LNG terminal at Krk island with a grant of €100m to be in line with EU State aid rules.
The developer of the Newcastle GasDock LNG terminal in New South Wales in Australia, EPIK, is working together with energy consultancy, Wood Mackenzie, to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the Southeast Australian gas market.
Pao Novatek has announced that the Arc7 ice-class LNG tanker ‘Vladimir Rusanov’ has delivered a cargo of LNG produced by the Yamal LNG project from Russia’s Port of Sabetta to China’s Port of Tianjin.
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