SINGAPORE, May 8 (Reuters) - Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices recovered a little this week as demand appeared to improve amid the easing of coronavirus lockdowns in a few countries, trade sources said.
Hamburg-based LNG supplier Nauticor has completed another milestone LNG bunkering operation in Germany.
U.S. LNG equipment maker Chart Industries has joined the Australian LNG Marine Fuel Institute.
Wison Offshore & Marine has secured approval in principle from DNV GL for its 200,000-cbm LNG carrier design.
The Nordic energy company Gasum will expand its LNG filling station network with a new facility in Lieto.
US LNG equipment maker Chart Industries on Thursday reported a jump in first-quarter profit.
A-Property, a firm owned by Russian energy tycoon Albert Avdolyan, has reportedly hired TechnipFMC to design a large liquefied natural gas export terminal.
ESL Shipping, the leading carrier of dry bulk cargo in the Baltic region, promotes sustainability through LNG powered vessels. Using LNG has awakened ESL Shipping’s customers’ interest and lowered their fuel costs. The shipping company is waiting eagerly for the opportunity to receive biogas deliveries from Gasum as well.
BayWa Energy and Volkswagen Group’s logistic launch the first liquefied natural gas filling station for trucks in Wolfsburg
BayWa Energy and Volkswagen Group’s logistic unit teamed up to launch the first liquefied natural gas filling station for trucks in the German city of Wolfsburg.
Russia’s largest private natural gas producer and LNG player Novatek slipped into red under the COVID-19 impacts.