“Russia’s LNG production is set to reach 140 million tonnes per year by 2035, putting that country in control of about 20% of the global market,” Vladimir Putin said.
As part of an already long-standing, successful cooperation with Uniper, Gate terminal B.V. plans to invest in a further capacity expansion of 1.0 bcm per year.
On behalf of LIQVIS GmbH, a subsidiary of Uniper SE, VTG AG has successfully completed initial tests involving the transportation by rail of cryogenically liquefied natural gas (LNG) in specially developed tank wagons.
New Fortress Energy has recently announced the start of commercial operations of a vessel transporting LNG in specially designed ISO containers.
The Board of Directors of PAO NOVATEK resolved to create a subsidiary called NOVATEK – LNG Fuel, which will construct small-scale LNG plants, facilitate LNG wholesale markets and develop a retail network for LNG as a motor fuel.
OMV Petrom has obtained a license to commercialize liquefied natural gas, thus diversifying its activities on the gas market and related products.
LNG consumption as a marine fuel has accelerated in recent years, achieving a five-fold volume growth in less than five years, reaching 1.5 million tons in 2020 and almost doubling from 2019.
Klaipėdos Nafta, the operator of oil and LNG terminals, has completed the annual procedure of allocating LNG terminal capacity for the new gas year.
Gasrec is celebrating a milestone achievement with Grain LNG after collecting the 10,000th tanker load of LNG from the National Grid facility on the Isle of Grain.
A new LNG-powered passenger/car ferry will soon enter service in the Baltic Sea, operating between the cities of Vaasa in Finland and Umea in Sweden.