Monthly Archives: September 2020

15-year SPA signed between Centrica and Shenergy

Centrica plc and Shenergy Group Company Limited (Shenergy) have signed a binding 15-year SPA for the supply of 0.5 MTPA of LNG from Centrica to Shenergy, starting from 2024. It is the […]

The Philippines to build LNG terminal

First Gen has received approval to construct a floating LNG terminal together with Tokyo Gas. The terminal will cost $300 million and it will consist in modifying an existing liquid fuel […]

LNG-to-power project begins operations in Indonesia

A floating LNG-to-Power project has begun operations in Indonesia. The 125 MW Zeynep Sultan powership was previously running on fuel oil and will now use LNG which will be supplied […]

Fire at Hammerfest LNG-plant in Norway

A fire in a turbine at Hammerfest LNG plant in Norway, led to the shutdown of the plant in accordance with emergency routines. The emergency response was completed and the […]

Rotterdam holds naming ceremony for largest LNG bunkering vessel

Total and M.O.L have celebrated the naming ceremony for the “Gas Agility”, the world’s largest LNG bunkering vessel in Rotterdam. The vessel has a capacity of 18,600 m3 and is equipped […]

First LNG bunkering vessel in Japan

The first LNG bunkering vessel in Japan is set to start operations in October 2020. The ship is owned by Central LNG Marine Fuel Japan, a venture consisting of K […]

First LNG-powered charter delivered

Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries Co.  has delivered CMA CGM Tenere, the world’s first LNG-powered ultra-large containership to Singapore’s Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS). The ship is one of six ships to be built […]

LNG Croatia departs from yard

Huarun Dadong and CSSC Hudong-Zhonghua have completed the reconversion of the “Golar Viking” vessel into the renamed “LNG Croatia” which has been delivered to the state-owned Krk terminal developer LNG Croatia and […]

Magnolia LNG project asks Regulators for a 5 year delay

Glenfarne Group LLC and Kinder Morgan have asked the FERC for a 5 year extension to complete the Magnolia LNG export plant and associated gas pipeline expansions. FERC’s initial approval […]

FERC grants 3 extra years to complete Freeport Train 4

FERC has granted Freeport LNG 3 more years to complete its Train 4 expansion at the facility by May 2026. The decision follows Freeport’s earlier decision to delay FID to […]