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March 2021
LNG journal March 2021 LEAD STORY

Rush to supply Far East relies on European gas storage

A steep drop in temperatures alongside supply constraints in the Pacific led to European gas storage capacity effectively balancing the global gas market, our Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports.

 

Also in this issue

Texas limits LNG exports during February’s cold freeze to avoid grid collapse.

February trade down on supply issues and lower Far Eastern demand

‘Green LNG’ trend turns natural gas into primary fossil fuel of the 21st century

A round-up of latest events, company and industry news

GTT adds to portfolio

 

February 2021
LNG journal February 2021 LEAD STORY

A way forward for FLNG

The first implementations of FLNG technology were balance sheet financed with concepts capturing all stages of gas production on one vessel. However, this resulted in very costly projects, with cheaper innovations seeking to edge them out as leading concepts. Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports.

 

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US-China trade remains fractious under new Biden administration.

January trade growth likely weaker than in December

LNG’s future will be a ‘greener’ one

Maintaining shipboard equipment vital

Second Arc7 series construction starts

 

January 2021
LNG journal January 2021 LEAD STORY

South Asian LNG demand – a giant slowly uncurls

Over the past decade, the number of South Asian LNG importers has steadily expanded. Whilst most remain relatively small, two of the larger ones – India and Thailand – highlight both ambitious plans as well as potential pitfalls. Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports.

 

Also in this issue

Diverging fortunes for Germany’s three rival LNG projects.

December trade continues to improve on seasonal high demand in Asia

A round-up of latest events, company and industry news

WE Tech awarded several LNGC contracts

LNG related AiPs come thick and fast