2014 in review: LNG World News interviews
In 2014, LNG World News Staff conducted several interviews with major names from the liquefied natural gas industry.
As a part of the 2014 review series, we bring you the list of exclusive interviews on LNG World News.
Singapore-based BW, which has been involved in LNG shipping for more than 40 years, has been spending heavily on its LNG business lately, with the most recent order bringing BW’s LNG fleet size to 20 tankers.
This year was very successful for Houston-based LNG player Cheniere. The company has signed several LNG deals for its Corpus Christy liquefaction project in Texas, and the construction on its Sabine Pass four liquefaction trains is well underway.
In 2012 DNV presented its Shipping 2020 publication predicting 1000 vessels sailing on LNG by 2020. Now DNV GL, the world’s largest classification society, still believes this will be the case, Matthé Bakker, Head of Solutions DNV GL in the Netherlands, told LNG World News in an interview.
Yokogawa is currently developing control and safety systems for the Novatek-operated Yamal LNG project in Russia, Yokogawa Europe’s business development manager for upstream oil and gas Martin te Lintelo told LNG World News in an interview.
LNG World News Staff; Image: BW