Heerema’s Slepnir in record LNG bunkering at Port of Rotterdam

Heerema Marine Contractor’s semi-submersible crane vessel and the world’s first LNG-powered construction vessel, Sleipnir, completed a milestone bunkering at the Port of Rotterdam.

LNG Canada temporarily reduces workforce by 50 pct

LNG Canada, the Shell-led multibillion-dollar megaproject, has temporarily reduced the number of workers at its site in Kitimat by about 50 percent to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

SEA-LNG study: LBM and LSM to push LNG as marine fuel

The multi-sector industry coalition SEA-LNG released a new study analyzing the availability and costs of Liquefied Bio Methane (LBM) and Liquefied Synthetic Methane (LSM) and the potential to contribute to future decarbonization for the shipping industry.

Nauticor, Novatek in small-scale Baltic LNG deal

Germany’s Nauticor has signed a deal with a unit of Russia’s Novatek to join forces in developing liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply infrastructure in the Baltic Sea region.

Höegh LNG takes COVID-19 mitigation measures

Norway-based floating LNG giant Höegh LNG reached for mitigating measures to cope with the effects of COVID-19 outbreak and continue operations.

Equinor revises 2020 spending

Norwegian energy company and LNG player Equinor has set forth a cost reduction plan to fight the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Polskie LNG opens 2020 call for terminal service bookings

Polskie LNG S.A., the owner and the operator of the President Lech Kaczyński LNG terminal has launched the 2020 Open Season procedure.

Oil Crash Is Double-Edged Sword for LNG

(Bloomberg) -- Oil’s rout may have been an unexpected boon for the biggest buyers of liquefied natural gas, but its knock-on effects may come back to bite.

German logistics company expands fleet with LNG-fueled trucks

German-based cargo and freight company Hegelmann Group has acquired five LNG-powered trucks from IVECO.

P&O Cruises’ New LNG-Fueled Vessel Leaves Shipyard in Germany

Iona, a new LNG-powered cruise ship to be operated by British P&O Cruises, left Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, on March 18 to be conveyed on the river Ems to Eemshaven in the Netherlands.