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Environmental group criticises New Jersey LNG terminal

On April 22, the Delaware Riverkeeper Network filed in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey an appeal of the Army Corps of Engineers permit for the Gibbstown Dock 2 project, which would be the first major facility approved in the US for the export of LNG.

Inpex inks MoUs for Abadi LNG project off Indonesia

Inpex, Japanese oil and gas firm inked memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with PT PLN Persero (PLN) and PT Pupuk Indonesia for the long-term domestic LNG and pipeline natural gas supply from the Abadi LNG project offshore Indonesia.

President Lech Kaczyński LNG terminal to be expanded

Polskie LNG signed a contract for the extension of the existing LNG regasification installation with additional SCV (Submerged Combustion Vaporiser) regasification devices. As a result, the current regasification capacity of the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal will be increased 50%.

New LNG terminal at Karaikal Port to boost natural gas supply in India

Singapore-based LNG company AG&P announced plans for a new LNG Import Facility at Karaikal Port, Puducherry, paving the way to broader access to natural gas as a primary fuel in South India. The Karaikal LNG Import Facility (Karaikal LNG) is expected to commence commercial operations by Q4 2021.

Infographic: 2019 was a record year on LNG supply growth

Oil major, Shell, launched its LNG Outlook for 2020, presenting the trends of 2019 concerning the liquefied natural gas demand and growth, highlighting that the year that passed was a record-year of LNG supply growth.

ADNOC inks deal to convert LNG tanker for FSU charter

ADNOC L&S along with Atlantic Gulf & Pacific (AG&P) shake their hand and inked a 15-year agreement concerning a floating LNG storage unit in Karaikal, India.  Under the terms of the charter deal, ADNOC will provide one of its 8 LNG vessels, a 137.756 cbm Moss-type LNG tanker that would be converted to an FSU.

Russia approves Kamchatka LNG establishment

According to the Russian institution, Glavgosexpertiza recently gave its approval for the establishment of an LNG transshipment terminal, proposed by the natural gas producer, Novatek. Specifically, the terminal will be located in the Kamchatka, Bechevinskaya Bay and will begin its construction operations during 2020.

First gas filling station in Umeå, Sweden

According to a recent statement, the Nordic gas filling stations network is expanding as Gasum opens its ninth gas filling station in Sweden and the first one in Umeå; the station will be able to serve both heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) and passenger cars.

Japan’s first LNG-fueled vessel completes 100th LNG bunkering

According to a recent statement, the tugboat Sakigake, Japan’s first LNG-fueled vessel, was supplied with LNG as fuel for the 100th time since its delivery in 2015. In fact, the LNG bunkering was conducted safely and efficiently from a tank truck at the No. 5 quay of Shinko, Yokohama.

Port Moresby power station opens its doors

According to the LNG engineer Clough, the Port Moresby Power Station (POM Power Station) officially opened its doors. Namely, the natural gas fueled station is located in Papua New Guinea and considered to be the first ever utility-scale gas engine project in the region.


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