Russian gas giant Gazprom is looking to build a small-scale liquefaction plant in southwestern Siberia.
On May 29 the 2000th standard LNG cargo produced since the start-up of the first Russian LNG plant in 2009 was shipped to the Energy Advance gas carrier at the Prigorodnoye port.
The Russian company Tatneft is launching a new project related to the use of liquefied natural gas as a fuel in automotive transport.
The United States became the first largest supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the European market in the first quarter of 2021, overtaking Qatar.
Krios will join the supplier’s two FlexFuelers, the Hyperion, and the Green Zeebrugge, further increasing LNG infrastructure.
The framework covers global onshore facilities, marine structures and offshore floating technologies, with the delivery of a range of services, RINA informed on company website.
Russia’s ministry of economic development predicts a fall in gas prices and stable export growth for the coming years. LNG supplies are expected to increase by leaps and bounds after 2022.
Based on extensive analyses and mapping of damages, Equinor has updated the schedule for repair and start-up of the LNG plant on Melkøya after the fire on 28 September 2020.
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.