Russian independent LNG export player Novatek has registered a new licence to underpin its liquefied natural gas expansion activities in the Arctic.
Polish liquefied natural gas (LNG) import facility, the President Lech Kaczyński terminal in Świnoujście, has received a new cargo on Tuesday.
• Faster refueling service for LNG trucks at the traffic junction on the A7 • Toll exemption for LNG trucks in Germany is proving effective • Another seven Liqvis LNG filling stations are under construction or being planned
Poland is continuing to increase imports of liquefied natural gas via its only import facility in Swinoujscie as it is looking to reduce reliance on pipeline gas imports from Russia.
Finnish shipping company Lundqvist Rederierna has ordered a liquefied natural gas-powered Aframax tanker from Japan’s Sumitomo Heavy Industries.
South Korean shipbuilding giant Samsung Heavy Industries has received an order to build two liquefied natural gas-powered very large crude carriers.
German giant Volkswagen Group said it will soon have at disposal two LNG-fueled vessels it chartered from Siem Car Carriers.
Amid world economic crisis, the Russian company continues construction of grand natural gas projects in the high north. Among them is a transshipment terminal near the border to Norway.
Poland’s Grupa LOTOS signed an agreement with LOTOS Paliwa and Remontowa LNG Systems to build a pilot LNG fueling station in Gdańsk-Osowa.
Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer Novatek boosted its production in the first quarter of this year while the company’s sales decreased.