November / December 2019

LEAD STORY

The United States is directing more feed-gas from new pipelines to liquefaction plants on the US Gulf Coast and the Atlantic Coast, highlighting the ongoing infrastructure expansion and accruing economic benefits as even more capacity is scheduled.

Also in this issue

The LNG freight market has changed remarkably over the past 15 years thanks to the emergence of more cargo, customers and ships.

The annual insight into the friendly jousts between liquefued natural gas buyers and LNG producers, including National Oil Companies and oil and gas majors, was apparent at the latest eighth gathering LNG Producer-Consumer Conference 2019.

Japan had been known for a long time as a country with a well balanced mix of power generation consisting of nuclear, coal, LNG, oil, hydroelectric and other renewables including solar and wind.

Diesel engines have long been appreciated for their efficiency and capability to burn cheap residual fuels.