Investors flock to South Australia which is turning into a prime producer of green hydrogen (NH3) and ammonia – rival fuels to LNG for ships, trucks and power stations.
Over the past decade, Mozambique has chipped away at the development of its fledgling LNG sector. Now, with success and a GDP boost on the horizon, a growing insurgency is putting all at risk. Markets Editor Alexander Wilk elaborates.
LNG trade was still behind its March equivalent at the time writing due to lagging demand in Europe and the Far East, our Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports.
ABS, the US classification society, has held its annual meeting of members in Houston and recalled a past year of success in enacting ship safety and technical development, including in the LNG and gas carriers sphere.
UK-based Trelleborg Marine & Infrastructure has delivered ship-to-shore infrastructure for more than 20 years, finding considerable success in the FSRU and LNGC sectors. Technical Editor Ian Cochran investigated.
Finding a way to include LNGCs in the IMO’s Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) parameters has been challenging.
Maintaining efficient delivery and safety will be two of the major challenges for LNG bunkering operations as infrastructure scales-up rapidly in the near-term, according to fuelling specialist GTT (Gaztransport & Technigaz). Fuelling editor Malcolm Ramsay has more.
The widely reported surge in coronavirus cases in India has resulted in a drop in LNG demand. This has led to some cargo diversions, according to our data. However, in the absence of a national lockdown, the majority of LNG flows to country remained intact as of Monday whilst the demand drop was also not as severe as that of April last year.