Turkey’s first floating LNG storage and gasification vessel (FSRU), the Ertugrul Gazi, arrived in Turkey.
The April Gas Market Report of the International Energy Agency shows that demand for natural gas should increase by 3.2% compared to 2020.
German energy company Uniper has abandoned plans to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in the German port of Wilhelmshaven.
Since the beginning of this year, ship owners have already ordered 27 LNG-powered vessels, reports Gibson Shipbrokers. The vessels will be delivered by 2024.
The world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas may help Ukraine build its own LNG terminal.
The French energy company announced in early April that it had completed its first operation to transport liquefied natural gas using the railways.
The Russian government has adopted a long-term programme to develop the LNG sector, envisioning a massive (triple, some sources say) increase in production over the next fifteen years.
The milestone cargo was loaded on the Arc7 ice-class tanker “Nikolay Zubov” and represented the 685th cargo of LNG dispatched since the first cargo in December 2017.
The forecast shows that global trade in liquefied natural gas (LNG) increased to 360 million tonnes in 2020. This is enough to power 725 million households.
Two American companies have signed a memorandum of understanding with the Albanian government to prepare a feasibility study for an LNG terminal to be built in the port of Vlora.