K’ Line, Sumitomo Corporation, JGC Corporation, and Development Bank of Japan have agreed in principle to participate in the owning and chartering business for oil and gas floating production, storage and offloading run by the Malaysian offshore production services provider, Yinson Holdings Berhad and its group of companies.
MPA Singapore signed agreement with the Ports and Harbours Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan, for collaboration in ports sustainable development on the sidelines of the International Symposium on LNG Bunkering, in Yokohama.
A feasibility study which reveals plans for the development of LNG bunkering at the Port of Yokohama has been completed. Japan has highlighted the advantages of utilising the port as a regional LNG bunkering hub and a roadmap for its development.
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