Top News of The Week September 16-21, 2013

Top News of The Week September 16-21, 2013

Canada: Thousands of Birds Found Dead at Canaport LNG

Canaport LNG, owned by Repsol YPF, said that a significant number of small birds were killed on Friday at the LNG import terminal after flying through the terminal’s flare.

Qatargas, Petronas Sign UK LNG Supply Deal

Qatargas and Petronas LNG (UK) signed a five-year Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA) for an annual LNG volume of 1.14 million tones, effective January 2014.

USA: GDF Suez Accepts Bids for LNG Supply from AdvanceLNG Project

GDF SUEZ Gas NA announced the advanceLNG Project, an initiative to provide attractively priced LNG to a wide array of customers in the U.S. Northeast.

Awilco LNG of Norway Takes Delivery of Its First Newbuilding

Awilco LNG of Norway said that it has taken delivery of its first 156,000 cbm newbuilding – “WilForce” from Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) of South Korea.

Hoegh Sells LNG Tanker Norman Lady for Recycling

Höegh LNG said it will through its 50/50 joint venture company Methane Carriers take redelivery of the LNG tanker Norman Lady on 15 September.


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