Baltic Sea region LNG cluster and the LNG Competence Centre will be established to enhance international cooperation in the field of LNG.
EU Member States approved the proposal to support the development of connections between transport and energy infrastructure in Europe.
International Conference GO LNG – BUILDING LNG COMPETENCE AND BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP FOR BALTIC SEA REGION will be held on 26 April in Vilnius.
GAZ–SYSTEM has taken a decision on the expansion of the LNG terminal. The regasification capacity will increase to 7.5 billion m3 of natural gas per year.
A study visit to Gothenburg. Go LNG project is happy to invite you to Gothenburg, Sweden for study visit to be held on 9-10 May 2107.
In the third year’s edition of the European Biomethane Conference the latest trends and central aspects of European biomethane market developments will be discussed.
Operator of oil and LNG terminals AB Klaipedos Nafta visited Fluxys’ Zeebrugge LNG terminal and its small-scale LNG facilities in Belgium.
Russia's first ice-breaking LNG carrier has left port in search of Arctic sea ice to trial its new features prior to final delivery.
PETRONAS’ first floating LNG facility, PFLNG SATU, has achieved a new milestone with the successful loading of its first cargo at the Kanowit gas field.
At the Gastech 2017 DSME and DNV GL presented the results of a joint development project for the design of an innovative, efficient LNG carrier.
The Company has been granted funding for its LNG project by the European Union and the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation.
Skangas’ new LNG bunker vessel, Coralius, arrives in 3 months - June 2017. Her main operation area will be from the Kiel Canal to mid Norway, including part of the North Sea.
The Lithuanian LNG cluster is successfully directing partnerships to generate innovative solutions to expand the applicability of LNG.
Liquefied Natural Gas from LNG Terminal in Swinoujscie is loaded onto tankers and transported by road to Estonia. There LNG is used as fuel for ferries built in 2015 in the Polish shipyard in Gdansk.
On 14 March, the 'Blue Baltics' project partners met for the first time in Klaipėda and discussed the infrastructure synchronisation of the Baltic Sea Region LNG, perspectives, project progress.
The first out of three LNG tanks shipped to the Port of Klaipėda from the Czech Republic will start moving to the oil terminal of Klaipėdos Nafta, where the LNG reloading station is being built.
The seminar “LNG for transport and industry” was held on 7.3.2017, during the first day of the Transport Week 2017 conference. At the seminar, on the initiative of the Motus Foundation, were presented several companies of LNG.
SEA\LNG, the industry coalition promoting LNG as a fuel signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation with the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel. Leading LNG organisations unite to define separate but complementary missions.
Dutch shipbuilder and maritime equipment supplier, Royal IHC was contracted to build a 44,180 kW LNG-powered cutter suction dredger for Belgian DEME.
The 12 brand-new biogas buses will go into traffic in February in the City of Vaasa. On the same day the first gas station for filling biogas into vehicles in the Vaasa region will open at Stormossen.
Global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) reached 265 million tonnes (MT) in 2016 – enough to supply power to around 500 million homes a year. This included an increase in net LNG imports of 17 MT.
Skangas will supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Suomen Teollisuuden Energiapalvelut – STEP Oy, an energy company operating in Suurteollisuuspuisto Industrial Park, Harjavalta, Finland.
Skangas signed a contract with Stormossen, Finland, to deliver LNG to their first biogas station in Vaasa. Stormossen offer fuel both for the public transportation sector and for passenger cars.
The world’s second dual fuel LNG PCTC (Pure Car and Truck Carrier) M/V AUTO ENERGY had her formal Naming Ceremony at the Malmö Port in Malmö, Sweden on 7 February 2017.
The International Liquefied Natural Gas School’s activities will be carried out at the Jovellanos Integral Maritime Safety Centre installations and the Enagás regasification plant located in El Musel.
Spanish operator intends to invest up to €450 million in new vessels and terminals over the next five years. The company operates passenger ferry services in the Mediterranean and Caribbean.
BC Ferries’ Salish Eagle, the second of three new Salish Class vessels, is on its way. Salish Eagle to arrive in April and will be in service in summer of 2017.
Gas4Sea have taken delivery of the world’s first purpose built liquefied natural gas bunkering vessel from Hanjin Heavy Industries at the Yeongdo shipyard in Busan, Korea.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) announced the publication of ISO 20519, a new standard for the safe bunkering of ships with liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Significant fuel cost decrease and reduction of exhaust gases emission – these are two main conclusions of half year road tests of Iveco Stralis LNG at Poland.