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LNG carrier design continues to evolve

IHS Maritime’s David Tinsley reports on how quickening advances in LNG carrier cargo containment technology and system performance are enhancing the performance credentials of new tonnage… 232 more words


Sochi Forum: Gazprom, China, EU and lost opportunities for structural reforms

Photo: BeyondThe.eu

The  Sochi Investment Forum gathered 9,700 participants (an almost 40% increase from last year) from 47 countries. Some interesting announcements and statements were made at the Summit and I thought I’d share/comment on some of them. 436 more words


The North Face Men's Silverton Shorts Moab Khaki 30 (LNG)

Reviews The North Face Men’s Silverton Shorts Moab Khaki 30 (LNG) for sale

Please take a few moments to view the The North Face Men’s Silverton Shorts Moab Khaki 30 (LNG) 83 more words

Woodfibre LNG Explores Clean Energy

Always looking out for new ideas, new industry and new market to enter into, Sukanto Tanoto has done an intensive research on natural gas and their potential as a clean alternate energy in the future. 349 more words


ALE completes GLNG module load-out at AG&P

UK heavy-lift company ALE has completed the load-out of 111 modules bound for the Gladstone LNG project in Australia. The modules, which were built by AG&P in the Philippines, ranged in weight from 31 tonnes to 1925 tonnes.

via Upstreamonline


Chevron struggling to sell Gorgon LNG capacity

Chevron has only secured sales contracts for 65% of Gorgon LNG’s capacity. Uncertain us exports have spoiled buyers for choice and created problems for LNG projects in Australia that are nearing completion.

via LNG World News


Woodfibre LNG contract goes to Linde

The Linde Group has been awarded a contract to provide engineering and procurement services for a 2.1 mtpa LNG plant for Woodfibre LNG, located near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 28 more words