Top news of the week February 27-March 4
Q-Flex LNG carrier Al Khattiya, owned by Nakilat of Qatar and managed by Shell’s shipping unit Stasco, ended up with a hole on its starboard side after being hit by an oil tanker off Fujairah.
Norway’s Höegh LNG is looking at the possibility to provide a floating regasification unit (FSRU) to an LNG import development in Australia, according to Chief Executive Sveinung Støhle.
Bermuda-based Golar LNG on Tuesday reported a reduced net loss in the fourth quarter as the LNG shipping market continued to improve.
Texas LNG selected Samsung Engineering and KBR for the construction of its proposed 4 mtpa LNG export facility at the Port of Brownsville in South Texas.
Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) of South Korea booked an order for two LNG carriers with an option for two additional vessels in the future.
LNG World News Staff