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European LNG Headlines

Statoil Restarts Shuttered Snohvit LNG Facility (UPI) DNV to Help Belgium to Set LNG Bunkering Facilities (Tanker Operator)

European LNG Headlines

Will Dunkirk LNG Terminal Disrupt Ferries? (IFW)

Rolls Royce Marine Plans First LNG-Powered Tugs

Rolls Royce Marine has announced that it will build LNG power and propulsion systems for two LNG-fueled tugs by late 2013. According to Maritime Propulsion, the tugs were ordered by Bukser og Berging AS,...

European LNG Headlines

Gas From Northern Norway to Travel Through Northern Sea Route This Summer (Barents Observer)

Oregon Approves Dredging Permit Needed for Jordan Cove LNG Project

The Oregon Department of State Lands has granted a removal-fill permit for the Port of Coos Bay, allowing the Port to dredge an access channel to accommodate larger marine vessels. The Coos Bay World notes that this permit is necessary for the continued development of the Jordan Cove LNG...

Sandia Researcher Discusses LNG Vessel Safety Issues

Michael Hightower, a researcher with the Sandia National Laboratories, told an industry conference recently that his research suggests that LNG fires affecting ships would be smaller but hotter than previously expected. Platts offers additional...

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