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Pan Americas Handed Over to Its Owners

Newbuilding LNG carrier Pan Americas joins its owners, starts long-term charter with oil major Shell.

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Croatia Working on Speeding Up LNG Terminal Construction

Croatia to pass a special bill to speed up the construction of its LNG terminal.

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Port of Gothenburg Breaks Ground on LNG Bunkering Facility

Port of Gothenburg to open up more opportunities for LNG-fuelled ships with a new LNG facility.

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LNG Charter Rates to Remain under Pressure in 2018

Increasing vessel supply to keep LNG charter rates under pressure in 2018, despite strong growth in trade.

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K Line Takes Part in LNG Import Project

Shipping company K Line has signed a deal with H-Energy to jointly develop an LNG import project in India.

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Carnival Orders One More Newbuild for Its P&O Brand

Carnival Corporation orders second next-generation cruise ship for its P&O Cruises brand at Meyer Werft GmbH.

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Baleària Inks Long-Term LNG Bunkering Deal

Baleària signs first permanent LNG bunkering contract for ship propulsion in Spain with Gas Natural Fenosa.

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GasLog Partners Nets USD 111 Mn from Public Offering

LNG carrier owner and operator GasLog Partners LP has collected USD 111 million from its public offering.

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MOL Acquires Dutch Manning Company

MOL has acquired full ownership of Azalea Maritime B.V., a Dutch manning specialist.

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Flex LNG Takes Delivery of 1st LNG Carrier Newbuilding

Flex LNG has taken delivery of its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier newbuilding, the Flex Endeavour.

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Societe Generale Joins SEALNG Coalition

Financial institution Societe Generale becomes part of the multi-sector industry coalition SEA\LNG.

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Deltamarin Partners Up with GTT on LNG-Fueled Ship Designs

Deltamarin has teamed up with GTT on providing LNG solutions for a portfolio of vessels embarking on long ocean voyages.

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Bernhard Schulte to Acquire Pronav

German Bernhard Schulte is looking to acquire Hamburg-based Pronav.

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Qatar Wraps Up Qatargas-RasGas Merger

The merger of Qatargas and RasGas, the world's two biggest LNG producers, has been finalized.

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GasLog Orders LNG Carrier from Samsung Heavy

GasLog Ltd has ordered a newbuild 180,000 cbm vessel from Samsung Heavy Industries.

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Galp Conducts 1st LNG Ship Refueling in Portugal

Galp completed at the Port of Funchal the first ever LNG vessel refueling carried out at a Portuguese port.

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Quijano: 40 Pct of LNG Vessels Cancel Their Reserved Transit

Ships transporting LNG don't need more reservations at the Panama Canal, according to Jorge L. Quijano.

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MOL, COSCO Name Their 1st Ice-Breaking Yamal LNG Carrier

Japan's MOL and China COSCO Shipping Corporation name their first Yamal ice-breaking LNG carrier Vladimir Rustanov.

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Wison Hands Over World’s 1st Barge-Based FSRU to Exmar

Wison has delivered the world’s first barge-based floating LNG FSRU to Belgian company Exmar.

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Royal Caribbean Scores USD 3 Bn Loan for Icon Duo

Royal Caribbean has secured USD 2.96 billion to finance construction of its two new Icon-class ships.

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Port of Tallinn Grants Discount to LNG-Fueled Ships

Starting in 2018, all ships that use LNG as their main fuel can apply for a discount at the Port of Tallinn.

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