Global demand for LNG grew by 12.5% to 359 million tonnes in 2019, according to Shell’s latest annual LNG Outlook published – a significant increase that bolsters LNG’s growing role in the transition to a lower-carbon energy system.
Chevron Marine, has released the latest in a series of white papers focusing on innovations and developments impacting the fast-changing shipping industry.
As the world’s first laser-based targetless relative dynamic positioning (DP) reference system, SceneScan represents a paradigm shift from conventional DP reference systems.
“K” Line is pleased to announce the signing of a long-term Time Charter contract of 12 years plus 12 years from 2022, which have been concluded with PETRONAS LNG Ltd., a subsidiary of PETRONAS.
GTT is pleased to announce that CMA CGM Group has chosen its global portfolio of services and assistance for the commissioning, operation, and maintenance of its future 23,000 TFE LNG-powered container ships equipped with GTT membrane containment technologies.
Qatargas has supplied a commissioning liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for India’s newest LNG receiving terminal, Mundra, located on the west coast of India.
On January 23, 2020, the tugboat Sakigake, Japan’s first LNG-fueled vessel, was supplied with LNG as fuel for the 100th time since the tugboat’s delivery in 2015.
More and more ships, including container ships and cruise ships, are being built to run on LNG, which emits approximately 25% less CO2 than conventional marine fuels in providing the same amount of propulsion power.
Shocking analysis exposes underestimated methane emissions from LNG ships; challenges LNG’s contribution to international emissions reduction goals