Daily Archives: November 16, 2020

QLNG’s 4000-cbm ATB completes sea trials

By Adnan Bajic Quality Liquefied Natural Gas Transport (QLNG) said its newly built 4000-cbm LNG articulated tug and Barge has completed sea trials. Courtesy of QLNG The vessel was built by VT Halter Marine yard and is currently underway for Elba Island Georgia where she will load LNG, completing a series of proving trials. The…

Sinopec unloads Q-Max at Tianjin LNG terminal

By Adnan Bajic China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) has marked a milestone at its LNG facility in Tianjin. Courtesy of Sinopec The company noted that earlier this month it has unloaded the world’s largest LNG carrier Q-Max Al Mafyar at the terminal. It has also reached 100 cargo unloadings for the year. In a…

Trans Adriatic Pipeline springs into action

By Adnan Bajic The 878-km Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has kicked off commercial operations following four and a half years of construction. The post Trans Adriatic Pipeline springs into action appeared first on… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Argus, DNV GL partner up on 1st database of ammonia terminals

By Naida Hakirevic Energy and commodity pricing service Argus has agreed to share its database of ammonia terminals with DNV GL’s Alternative Fuel Insight online platform, a website that provides information about and promotes the use of alternative fuels. Green ammonia is emerging as a possible future fuel in the shipping sector, supported by shipowners’…

Equinor eyes contractors for Northern Lights HDD works

By Amir Garanovic Norwegian energy giant Equinor has invited contractors to show interest for a pre-qualification process related to the Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) works for the landfall of CO2 pipeline as… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today