Daily Archives: November 15, 2016

ISO PC252 Fueling Stations – An NGV Global Initiative

Rate this article By NGV Global Active on behalf of the natural gas for transportation industry for 30 years, NGV Global is building a rich history of leadership, collaboration and advocacy. Our Technical Group of Experts is currently focusing on ISO PC252, just one of our many priorities that call for international collaboration and input….

Novatek CEO: first Yamal LNG cargo on track

Rate this article By LNG World News Yamal LNG project ( Image courtesy of Novatek)Novatek’s giant Yamal project in Russia is on track to ship its first cargo of LNG by the end of next year with the project’s plant around 85 percent complete, according to Novatek’s CEO Leonid Mikhelson. “Overall, the project is around…

Maersk Supply Service sheds two more offshore vessels

Rate this article By _Offshore_Energy_Today_ Maersk Supply Service has reportedly sold additional two vessels as the next step in the company’s plan to shed 20 vessels over the next year and a half. To remind, Maersk Supply Service’s announced its plan to cut its fleet of vessels and more than 400 jobs in the process…

Report: Offshore decommissioning set for steady growth

Rate this article By Offshore Energy Today Offshore oil and gas decommissioning in the UK and Norway is slated for a gradual but steady growth over the next decade, Oil and Gas UK, a body representing UK’s offshore oil and gas, industry said on Tuesday. Oil and gas UK has released report “Decommissioning Insight 2016,”…

Dunkirk LNG’s third commissioning cargo arriving from Qatar

Rate this article By LNG World News Image courtesy of Dunkerque LNGThe third cargo to be used for the testing purposes of Dunkirk LNG, France’s fourth liquefied natural gas import terminal, is set to arrive next week. Shipping data released by the Port of Dunkirk shows that the 2005-built carrier, Maran Gas Asclepius with the…