India began importing liquefied natural gas in 2004 and since then a lack of connectivity for the LNG receiving terminal infrastructure has led to supply limitations.
Tokyo Gas has specified three goals for 2030 as part of the medium-term management strategy with liquefied natural gas at the core as it optimizes stakes in 14 projects in six countries.
The Covid-19 outbreak has added another layer of disruption to an already depressed LNG market in Southeast Asia.
Much debate has occurred in Canada about the effectiveness of the various regulatory reviews of energy projects, large and small.
Boil-off issues, predominantly in the context of time charterparties for liquefied natural gas carriers, but also in the context of short-term trading arrangements under Master Sale & Purchase Agreements (MSPA), are considered in this paper.