Top news of the week September 11-16
The Hague-based LNG giant Shell has released a video showing the mooring operations of its Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility located in the Browse Basin, offshore northwest Australia.
A fire reportedly broke out at Atlantic LNG’s liquefaction facility in Point Fortin – Trinidad and Tobago’s only LNG export plant – on Tuesday, prompting a precautionary evacuation.
State-run gas company GAIL (India) Ltd has reportedly swapped 60 percent of its previously contracted U.S. LNG supplies as it is trying to reduce costs for price-sensitive Indian customers.
LNG Croatia, the state-owned company developing the liquefied natural gas import terminal on the island of Krk, has invited bidders to take part in the purchase of a FSRU and the construction of the terminal’s jetty and the connecting pipeline.
Braemar’s technical division expects to receive approval from classification society Bureau Veritas for a new type of LNG cargo containment system soon.
LNG World News Staff