News comes from China’s leading cryogenic equipment manufacturing group CIMC Enric that its subsidiary, Zhangjiagang Sanctum Cryogenic Equipment Co. Ltd, has received orders for two projects in Shanxi province to deliver double-walled stainless steel storage tanks of 10,000m3 water capacity.
Duncan Gaskin of Parker Bestobell Marine explores the growth of high-pressure valve sales coincident to the demand for liquefied natural gas in the marine sector.
A look at why LNG is still on the rise even with the fall of oil and gas prices from Paul Shields, Director of Marketing for Chart Industries.
Qatargas, the world’s largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter, has signed a technical collaboration agreement with the Maersk Group to explore opportunities related to the use of LNG marine propulsion.
Oil may be down, but LNG continues to make inroads as an alternative marine fuel as Cosmodyne announces it will install a natural gas liquefier for Eagle LNG Partners in Jacksonville, Florida.
Cryogenic engineering and equipment manufacturer INOXCVA will be providing cryogenics technologies along with associated equipment and project management for the upcoming FLNG terminal of LNG BHARAT, within the breakwaters of the Krishnapatnam Port on the east coast of India.
RasGas Company Limited and Petronet LNG Limited have entered into a binding sale and purchase agreement (SPA) for the supply of an additional one million tonnes per annum (mta) of LNG to India starting in 2016.
Taking a first step forward in building its own LNG shipping vessel, Cochin Shipyard Ltd. (CSL) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with GTT (Gaztransport Technigaz), a world leader in design and engineering of containment systems for maritime transportation and storage of LNG.
In order to meet growing energy needs, India is set to buy stakes in Iran’s LNG terminal based at Tombak Port, southern Iran. The country aims to get involved in both offshore gas discovered in the Farsi offshore block as well as developing gas fields.
Parker Bestobel Marine, an international supplier of cryogenic globe and check valves for ships, has secured a second order to supply valves that will be used in the LNG fuel gas system of a second ferry, currently under construction for Swedish owner Rederi AB Gotland.