by Julie Gordon (Reuters) – The liquefied natural gas market is growing every year, but the LNG terminals that ship and receive the fuel are shrinking. The booming sector’s next-generation infrastructure is being designed for a emerging-market buyers that want smaller volumes on shorter, more flexible contracts. LNG export terminals, where the gas is liquefied […]
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LONDON, July 12 (Reuters) – The owners of the Dutch liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Rotterdam are studying the possibility of opening a third jetty to accommodate small LNG [...]
A partnership including Calgary-based Ferus Natural Gas Fuels has unveilled plans to build in Florida the first U.S. terminal to supply liquefied natural gas as fuel for cargo ships,
Liquefied natural gas will gain a “significant” market share in the transport sector by 2035, the International Center for Natural Gas Information said. The post LNG Use as a Fuel Expected to Soar Within Transport Sector appeared fi...
LONDON, July 19 (Reuters) – Qatar Gas Transport Company and Norwegian shipping business Hoegh LNG have embarked on a joint project to open new markets for Qatar to sell its liquefied natural gas (LNG) via floating import terminals. ...