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Tag: LNG

New agreement signed on US Port Arthur LNG project

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Sempra LNG & Midstream and Woodside Energy (USA), have signed a memorandum of understanding with Korea Gas Corporation regarding the development of the proposed Port Arthur LNG liquefaction project in Port Arthur, Texas. The MoU provides a framework for cooperation and joint discussion by the parties regarding key aspects of the Port Arthur LNG project.

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NYK, Kyushu Electric Power ink LNG agreement

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Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha and Kyushu Electric Power have agreed to partner in various fields, including liquefied natural gas transport. Under the agreement, Kyushu Electric Power will consider using ships in the NYK fleet for short-term demands of LNG transport, improving flexibility in LNG transport.

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New LNG project to be developed in Gulf of Mexico

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Delfin Midstream and Golar LNG have signed a Joint Development Agreement, to develop the Delfin LNG project, off the coast of Cameron Parish, Lousiana, utilising Golar's FLNG technology. The joint development agreement is expected to facilitate the financing, marketing, construction, development and operation of Delfin LNG.

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Singapore LNG performs first small-scale reload

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Singapore LNG Corporation successfully completed its first small scale reload, at its Terminal on Jurong Island, filling the fuel tanks of Cardissa, a 6,500 cubic-meter LNG bunker vessel owned by Shell. SLNG terminal is originally designed to accommodate LNG vessels from 60,000m3 to 265,000m3 in size.

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Eni, Fincantieri join forces for LNG

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Eni announced that it has signed a bilateral Memorandum of Understanding with Fincantieri, in order to establish a research and development partnership, that will include the possibility to carry out studies on energy projects related to natural gas.

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Carnival reveals its modern terminal in Barcelona

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Carnival Corporation released artist renderings of its second cruise terminal at the Port of Barcelona, which will be Europe's newest passenger cruise terminal when it opens, in 2018. The terminal is designed to accommodate the company's "next-generation" green cruise ships, that will be fully operated by LNG, the world's cleanest burning fossil fuel.

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