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Spotted: BW Launches Newbuilding FSRU

BW Courage launched at DSME

BW LNG, part of BW Group, has launched its newbuilding Floating Storage Regasification Unit last weekend.

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K Line, NYK Line and Partners Set Up LNG Bunkering Business

NYK Line containership

K Line and NYK Line have teamed up with Chubu Electric Power and Toyota Tsusho to launch LNG bunkering business.

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DNV GL to Class RCL’s Icon Class Newbuilds

Royal Caribbean cruise ship

DNV GL has secured a classification contract for Royal Caribbean International’s new ICON Class vessels.

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Yamal LNG Ships Two Million Tons of LNG

LNG carrier Vladimir Rusanov

OAO Yamal LNG has shipped two million tons of liquefied natural gas produced at its first LNG train.

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TOTE Maritime Delays LNG Conversion Plans

TOTE Maritime vessel

TOTE Maritime has adjusted its LNG conversion schedule, pushing the works on the RoRo vessel Midnight Sun by one year.

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Besiktas Splashes Another Dual-Fuel Tanker for Desgagnés

Besiktas Shipyard launches tanker Rossi A. Desgagnés

Besiktas Shipyard launched the dual fuel chemical tanker Rossi A. Desgagnés for the Desgagnés Group.

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Central America, Caribbean Fortify Panama Canal’s LNG Trade

LNG Sakura

Central America and the Caribbean are taking an ever-growing role in the Panama Canal’s trade of liquefied natural gas.

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Yamal LNG Simultaneously Transferred in Zeebrugge

Yamal LNG was transhipped simultaneously in Zeebrugge from an ARC7 into a conventional LNG carrier on May 1.

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India’s 1st Floating LNG Terminal Inaugurated

GDF Suez Cape Ann

Indian's first floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal was inaugurated on May 1.

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1st Dominion LNG Cargo Bound for Japan Transits Panama Canal

LNG Sakura

LNG Sakura transits Panama Canal loaded with the 1st LNG cargo from the Dominion Cove Point terminal bound for Japan.

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Study: Japan Could Become a Major LNG Bunkering Hub

LNG bunkering

Japanese government expects LNG to become a significant fuel for shipping and is positioning Japan as a bunkering hub.

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Fifth Moss-Type LNG Carrier Joins MISC Group

Seri Cemara

MISC Group has taken delivery of Seri Cemara, the final of five MOSS-type liquefied natural gas carriers.

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Drewry: Is LNG the Fuel of the Future?

LNG-fuelled containership

Drewry: LNG is looking more plausible as the marine fuel of the 21st century.

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GTT, Sembcorp Marine Ink Membrane Tank Solutions Deal

The inside of a GTT cryogenic membrane tank

GTT has signed a license agreement with Sembcorp Marine for the design and construction of membrane tank solutions.

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Delivery of South East Asia's 1st Dual-Fuel LNG Tug on Track


South East Asia's first dual-fuel LNG tug has been named KST Liberty at Keppel Singmarine.

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Panama Canal Eyes Fivefold Increase in LNG Shipments

Panama Canal

Panama Canal is set to handle 30 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas per year by 2020.

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LNG to Play Central Role in IMO's Sulphur Cap

SEA\LNG: Uptake of LNG as a marine fuel could play a significant role in shipping sector's decarbonisation.

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3 LNG Carriers Transit Panama Canal in One Day

Panama Canal

Three LNG carriers were transited through Panama Canal's Neopanamax locks in a single day.

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NYK, MC Name Their 1st Sayaringo STaGE LNG Carrier

Diamond Gas Orchid LNG Carrier

A new LNG carrier owned by a joint venture between Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK named at Nagasaki Works.

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NYK Floats Out Industry’s 1st Green Bonds

NYK containership

NYK has unveiled its plans to offer Green Bonds within the domestic market in May.

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Shell to Charter AET's LNG-Fueled Aframax Duo

Shell has signed contracts for long-term charter of AET's two new LNG dual-fueled Aframax tankers.

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