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Excelerate Energy Completes 100th Ship-To-Ship Transfer of LNG

Yesterday, Excelerate Energy announced that it has completed its 100th ship-to-ship transfer of LNG. According to the company’s media release, the transfer took place offshore Kuwait at the Mina Al-Ahmadi GasPort.

Engineering Firm DNV Announces Designs for LNG-Fueled Oil Tankers

DNV has released designs for a new LNG-fueled oil tanker. The ship design, called Triality, would reduce carbon dioxide emissions, eliminate the need for ballast water, recapture crude oil vapors, and use 25 percent less energy than conventional Very Large Crude Carriers. MarineLog provides additional details.

European LNG Headlines

Ukraine to Seek EU Help to Build LNG Import Terminal (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required] Siemens, Gazprom Join Forces on LNG Technology (Wall Street Journal) [Subscription required]

DNV: Using LNG as Bunker Fuel Could Significantly Lower Carbon Emissions from Shipping

Speaking at a shipping conference in China, DNV Executive Vice President Remi Eriksen opined that introducing LNG as a common shipping fuel is the “single most effective move” to reduce the industry’s carbon emissions over the next 20 years. Eriksen said that LNG engine technology and global LNG resources are in place already, but noted that there is limited...

Fall River Comments on Weaver’s Cove Energy’s Revised LNG Vapor Plan

Yesterday the City of Fall River, Mass., filed comments with FERC regarding the revised LNG vapor dispersion mitigation plan  filed by Weaver’s Cove Energy last May. Specifically, Fall River contends that Weaver’s Cove’s vapor dispersion plan is not adequately supported by scientific and computer modeling evidence. Find Fall River’s comments in the FERC eLibrary...

European LNG Headlines

Gate LNG Terminal May Play Role in Carbon Capture Project (Reuters)

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