Wednesday, 01 September 2021 12:01

V.Group expands its LNGC shipmanagement offering

David Taylor, recently appointed Managing Director of LNG at shipmanagement company V.Group, spoke with Technical Editor Ian Cochran about the reasoning behind the move to upgrade the LNGC management department. 

Wednesday, 01 September 2021 11:56

Danish pump manufacturer concentrates on LNG

LNG Journal’s Technical Editor, Ian Cochran, spoke with Svanehøj Danmark A/S about the company’s transition into a more specialist pump supplier to the LNG market, since it split from the Wärtsilä group a few years ago. 

Wednesday, 01 September 2021 11:44

Regulations as an accelerator for change

The Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) and Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) are prompting LNGC owners and charterers to think fast and make operational technical changes sooner than otherwise planned. Vassilios Dimoulas, Bureau Veritas (BV) Marine & Offshore Technology & Innovation Manager for Greece, Cyprus, and Malta, explains. 

Wednesday, 01 September 2021 11:23

Gazprom Neft progresses LNG bunkering plans

Unpredictability in gas prices presents a continued obstacle for the LNG bunker industry but is unlikely to dampen ‘rapid growth’ in 2021. Russian bunkering company Gazpromneft Marine Bunker tells LNG Journal. 

Wednesday, 01 September 2021 07:17

Market Tracker - August 30, 2021

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Wednesday, 01 September 2021 06:35

Delayed Portovaya LNG Approaching Start-up

The appearance of project-earmarked FSU Portovyy hints at commercial start-up of Portovaya LNG in the near future. However, the plant has been subject to repeated delay since 2018 and the Portovyy has yet to make way to its berth. Concurrently, Nord Stream 2, due to double Nord Stream capacity, has to decide on how to incorporate certain EU regulations in its business model.

Thursday, 26 August 2021 08:48

Pakistan tender price

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Vitol Bahrain and Total Gas & Power have placed the lowest offers for a Pakistan LNG tender to buy seven LNG cargoes.

The cargoes are intended for October and November delivery, according to the company’s website.

Three companies participated in the tender, including PetroChina International. Vitol placed the lowest offer for five of the cargoes and Total for the other two.

Prices ranged from $17.1449 per MMBtu to $22.5866 per MMBtu.

The tender closed on 24th August but remains valid.

Wednesday, 25 August 2021 07:33

Market Tracker - August 23, 2021

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Indonesia’s hydrocarbon regulator SKK Migas has approved two important BP-led projects to support capacity expansion and future LNG production at the Tangguh plant. Whilst BP plans to implement environmentally friendly carbon capture technology, uncertainty surrounding government regulations remains.

Friday, 13 August 2021 08:32

Monthly Data Supplement - August 2021

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