November/December 2021


With the achievement of climate goals at risk, fossil fuels are coming under intense scrutiny for their carbon footprint. One of the LNG industry’s solutions is carbon-neutral LNG deliveries, for which demand is increasing quickly, but which have yet to be uniformly adopted, our Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports. 

Much about the European LNG regasification capacity remains a grey area hence ROITI Ltd is working on a digital solution, called ‘Multi-Terminal Calculator’. Users of the new calculator will have designed tools to get access to tariff tables and fees for more than one LNG import terminal at a time, LNG Business analyst Victor Tenev told LNG Journal.

Also in this issue

Our October data show significant growth in monthly LNG flows underpinned by higher Russian, American, Egyptian and Malaysian LNG exports as well as resurgent European demand, our Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports. 

Contributing to the reduction of the thorny issue of methane slip and coinciding with the COP26 meeting in Glasgow, three Japanese companies have embarked upon a project to improve the situation. Technical Editor Ian Cochran reports. 

Yaskawa Environmental Energy/The Switch has supplied more than 100 permanent magnet machines (PMMs) for in-line shaft generators of various frame sizes since 2014. The Finnish-based company claimed to also have a large order backlog for large LNG and LPG carriers. Ian Cochran investigates. 

Growth in floating liquefaction and regasification facilities will support a new wave of LNG fuelled infrastructure this decade, as operational efficiencies rapidly improve, according to engineering group Celeros Flow Technology