5 good news from the LNG industry

While the world is overcoming the crisis and businesses are looking for the ways out, the major LNG players keep on going: they ink agreements, launch new projects and revamp existing ones.
FueLNG launches Singapore’s first LNG bunkering vessel
FueLNG has announced the launch of Singapore’s first LNG bunkering vessel in Keppel Nantong Shipyard in China. It was moved from land to water on 28 May 2020.
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PitPoint.LNG opens revamped LNG station
PitPoint.LNG reopens its completely renovated LNG station in Zwolle, the Netherlands. The station features the latest innovations and has four times more LNG storage capacity than before.
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GTT signs global technical services agreement with Excelerate Energy
GTT will support Excelerate Technical Management (ETM) with the maintenance and operation of nine floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) equipped with GTT’s NO96 technology.
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Qatar Petroleum inks $19.2 bln LNG shipbuilding deal
Qatar Petroleum has inked 3 deals with South Korean shipbuilders reserving LNG ship construction capacity to be utilized for its future LNG carrier fleet requirements valued over $19 billion.
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MAN dual-fuel engines pass 1 million operating hours
MAN Energy Solutions is reporting that its portfolio of two-stroke, dual-fuel engines has accumulated 1 million operating hours – all running on clean fuels such as LNG, LPG, ethane and methanol.
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