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Natural Gas Futures Initiative Launched by University of BC

Rate this article By NGV Global The University of British Columbia’s Clean Energy Research Centre (CERC) has launched a major new initiative to investigate the sustainable development and use of gaseous fuels. Research priorities include the elimination of methane emissions and introduction of renewable sources as a means to decarbonize the natural gas energy system….

AETI, Stabilis create small-scale LNG business

Rate this article By LNG World News American Electric Technologies reached an agreement with Stabilis Energy to create a small-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) production and distribution company. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Gasum secures full ownership of Skangas

Rate this article By LNG World News Energy company Gasum has increased its shareholding in Skangas to 100 percent as it pushed forward with the development of the Nordic gas market and its LNG distribution network. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

India Makes Move Toward LNG Fuelling Infrastructure for Major Highways

Rate this article By NGV Global Major oil companies (Petronet LNG, Indian Oil Corporation, BPCL) in India are moving collectively to introduce close to 20 Liquefied natural Gas (LNG) fuelling stations on some of the country’s main heavy transportation routes next year. Mr. V. K. Mishra Director, (Finance), Petronet LNG Ltd, says tenders will be…

Germany’s first LNG terminal sparks customer interest

Rate this article By LNG World News A plan to build Germany’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import and distribution terminal has attracted interest from several potential customers of the facility, according to the joint venture that is behind the project. Dutch companies Gasunie and Vopak and Germany’s Oiltanking formed last year German LNG Terminal,…

EU funds German LNG fueling project

Rate this article By LNG World News A project aimed at developing infrastructure for distribution of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel for trucks and inland waterway vessels in Germany has received backing from the European Union. Berlin-based Liquind 24/7 said in a statement last week it would start building ten LNG stations after it…