Japanese private company Interstellar Technologies is working on a liquefied natural gas-powered orbital rocket as it is looking for ways to lower costs of reaching space.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor plans to bring back online its Hammerfest liquefied natural gas export plant on June 18 following planned maintenance.
Spanish shipping company Balearia is to add another liquefied natural gas-powered vessel to its fleet as conversion works on its Sicilia ferry progress.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines and LNG Terminal Wilhelmshaven sign a contract to build and charter an LNG terminal ship
Important milestone on the journey to establishing a floating terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Wilhelmshaven The LNG terminal ship will be built by DSME in South Korea
Hamburg-based Nauticor and Russia's Novatek Green Energy have signed a Letter of Intent to jointly develop LNG supply infrastructure in the Baltic Sea region.
Earlier this month, LNG fuel tanks were installed on a car carrier which is under construction at Tadotsu Shipyard, part of Japan’s Imabari Shipbuilding Group.
The first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation recently took place in France at the Port of Marseille Fos. The Costa Smeralda, only the second cruise ship in the world to be powered entirely by liquefied natural gas, required an LNG delivery while berth in the port during the current suspension in cruising.
The Finnish technology group Wärtsilä secured a deal to supply solutions for two Japanese newbuild LNG-fueled ferries.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is methane gas at an extremely low temperature. This reduces the volume of natural gas by 600 times, which makes it an ideal transport fuel. LNG is regarded as the perfect alternative for trucks. Rolande has the largest LNG network in the Netherlands, and is constantly developing! The associated infrastructure in Germany is being built gradually.
Gasum strengthens capacity to offer gas solutions for transport and industry in the Nordics – The acquisition of Linde AG’s LNG and Biogas business and Nauticor’s Marine Bunkering now closed
The Nordic energy company Gasum has closed the acquisition of Linde AG’s LNG and Biogas business in Sweden and Norway and Nauticor’s Marine Bunkering business in Germany on April 30, 2020. The acquisition is an integral part of Gasum’s strategy execution to accelerate growth for cleaner transport solutions across the Nordics. Along with the acquisition, the company further strengthens its capacity to offer a broad range of gas solutions for various customer segments in multiple locations.