May 2022

LEAD STORY

The roster of FSRU projects has grown since 2018 but not all were successful whilst established terminals are largely underutilized. Nevertheless, new prospects remain, our Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports. 

Our preliminary April data point to a continued increase in LNG flows but volumes had still to overcome a relatively small negative difference compared to March at the time of writing, our Markets Editor Alexander Wilk reports. 

Also in this issue

Fast tracking floating LNG production and storage units has been the call since Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine.  Technical Editor Ian Cochran has more. 

De-carbonisation efforts worldwide, led both by major industry players and legislation, have increased efforts to shift fossil fuel use to renewables.  Technical Editor Ian Cochran investigates. 

With the ramping up of both shipboard and shoreside gas handling equipment, designers and manufacturers are looking forward to something of a bonanza in orders. Technical Editor Ian Cochran elaborates. 

There has been a growing demand of LNG in various countries worldwide, owing to its impeccable application in trucks and ships. Shreeras Shetty sets the scene. 

Growth of biomethane and anaerobic digestion infrastructure in the UK is forecast to support a new wave of LNG-fuelled transport in the country as access to green finance improves the cost benefits for transport operators.  Fuelling Editor Malcolm Ramsay has more. 

ABS, the American Bureau of Shipping, has granted approval for an innovative concept for floating liquefied natural gas projects to use storage tanks from older LNG carriers.