LNG News (S3) – Page 3

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    10 minutes with… Margot Matthews


    Take 10 minutes out with Margot Matthews, CEO of the LNG Marine Fuel Institute, as she discusses what kind of year it’s been for the organisation, its’ footprint and compliance with IMO 2020 so far.

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    Mixed fortunes in LNG markets


    It’s interesting to read GlobalData’s take this week on BP’s LNG business as it pivots away from big oil in the long-term, and the commitments that it’s claimed it needs to make in what is a relatively uncertain LNG market right now.

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    Future-driven LNG fuelling solutions


    LNG continues to gain traction as a cleaner alternative to diesel in the transportation sector. LNG technology developer LIQAL is perfectly positioned to embrace this market momentum as it expands its operations across Europe, and here it shares its insights into the LNG market make-up in Europe in 2020 – ...

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    Turning up the heat in LNG


    Discussing a step up in heat exchanger solutions with Watlow, by Rob Cockerill.

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    IMO 2020 – A new wave in LNG?


    At the turn of the year, I had written about five key areas to watch out for in the global industrial gases business, from the economic climate through to digitisation and the clean energies transition. The industry is simultaneously challenged by these dynamics and takes opportunities in driving them forward. ...

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    LNG by rail creates fresh opportunities


    Chart Industries CEO Jill Evanko told gasworld in recent months that the company will expand its railcar business after the bulk transportation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by rail was authorised in the US.

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    LNG markets – Mixed fortunes in 2020


    It’s been a big and yet mixed year for LNG. On the one hand, it was hoped that 2020 would be a cornerstone year for LNG as one of many fuelling options available to help the maritime sector navigate the choppy new waters of IMO 2020.

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    Towards a cleaner tomorrow


    Gasum is seeing rapid growth of LNG use in the maritime and heavy-duty vehicle sectors, Kimmo Rahkamo, Vice-President of Gas and Power Sales, tells Joanna Sampson.

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    Germany needs LNG infrastructure, says VDR CEO


    Germany needs an LNG infrastructure for its shipping industry to prepare for the upcoming energy transformation, says German Shipowner’s Association (Verband Deutscher Reeder, VDR) CEO Ralf Nagel.

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    BP’s low carbon energy ambitions will be impacted by market weakness


    BP will need to commit to significant investments in the renewable energy and LNG space in order to meet its 2030 target of 50GW in renewables capacity and 30MPTA in LNG, says data and analytics company GlobalData.

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    Baker Hughes lands major LNG turbomachinery order


    Baker Hughes has landed a major LNG turbomachinery order from Qatar Petroleum for the North Field East (NFE) Project.

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    Karpowership launches LNG-to-power project


    Karpowership has initiated its first LNG-to-Power operation in Amurang, Indonesia.

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    North America to be a leader in small-scale LNG


    North America is expected to witness the highest global small-scale liquified natural gas (LNG) capacity additions in the world, expected to contribute to around 37% of the global additions by 2024.

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    Cryopeak and Sumitomo sign MoU


    As part of a new agreement, Cryopeak LNG Solutions and Sumitomo Corporation will jointly develop an LNG bunker-fuels supply chain in North America’s Pacific Norwest ports.

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    EVOL LNG to supply Davyhurst gold project in Western Australia


    EVOL LNG, the LNG business of Wesfarmers in Australia, has announced that it will soon begin supply of LNG to the Davyhurst Gold Mine in Western Australia.

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    Evanko named ExxonMobil Power Play Award winner


    Jill Evanko, President and CEO of Chart Industries has been named as the 2020 ExxonMobil Power Play Award winner in the Rainmaker category.

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    Air Products to equip Sonatrach LNG facility


    Air Products has today said it will provide four of its MCR® Main Cryogenic Heat Exchangers (MCHEs) to Sonatrach’s GL1Z LNG facility in Arzew, Algeria.

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    Petronas launches LNG virtual pipeline system solution


    Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas has launched a LNG virtual pipeline system (VPS) solution via its regasification terminal in Pengerang, Johor.

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    Gasum opens new LNG/LBG station


    Nordic energy company Gasum has opened a new LNG/LBG station in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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    Shell opens fifth LNG station in Germany


    Shell has opened its fifth LNG station for trucks in Germany as the oil major unveils plans for a network of 40 stations by the end of 2022.